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HKIN 190 Anatomy & Physiology I Lab 1: Skull
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Bones comprising the skull The skull is formed by: cranium (8 cranial bones) facial bones (14 facial bones)
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Cranial Bones 8 cranial bones 2 parietal bones 2 temporal bones 1 frontal bone 1 occipital bone 1 sphenoid bone 1 ethmoid bone Ethmoid bone
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Facial Bones 14 facial bones (all paired except the mandible and the vomer): 1 mandible bone 1 vomer bone 2 maxilla bones 2 zygomatic bones 2 nasal bones 2 lacrimal bones 2 palatine bones 2 inferior conchae
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Nasal bone Lacrimal bone Zygomatic bone Maxilla Mandible Inferior nasal concha Vomer bone Maxilla (palatine process) Hard palate Palatine bone (horizontal plate)
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Specifics of some cranial bones: Frontal Bone Parietal Bone Occipital Bone : external occipital protuberance, occipital condyles, foramen magnum Temporal Bones : styloid process, mastoid process, auditory/acoustic meatus, stylo-mastoid foramen, zygomatic process of the temporal bone, mandibular fossa, carotid canal, jugular
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