palatine bones - palatine bones (2): form posterior 1/4 of...

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palatine bones o inferior nasal conchae (2): lateral projections in walls of nasal cavity; inferior to middle nasal conchae of ethmoid bone o vomer : forms superior aspect of nasal septum o mandible : jawbone only movable facial bone (other than auditory ossicles) mandibular angle : curved portion at posteriolateral aspect of mandible mandibular condyles (condylar processes): articulate with temporal bone to form temporomandibular joint (TMJ) coronoid processes : anterior to mandibular condyles; point of attachment for temporalis muscle mental foramen : openings at anterior aspect of mandible - Skull Features : o nasal septum : formed by the perpendicular plate of the ethmoid bone (superior) passageways & may lead to infection; usually can be surgically corrected
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palatine bones - palatine bones (2): form posterior 1/4 of...

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