Lab_1_Skull & Spine Osteology

Lab_1_Skull & Spine Osteology - Lab 1 FUNCTIONAL...

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Lab 1 1 FUNCTIONAL HUMAN ANATOMY LAB # 1 Skull and Spine Osteology OSTEOLOGY: Skull Frontal bone: Parietal bones Temporal bones: Mastoid process Carotid canal Occipital bone: External occipital protuberance Coronal suture Squamous suture Greater wing Lesser wing Supraorbital foramen (Opthalmic branch of Trigeminal n. emerges from this opening) External auditory (acoustic) meatus Styloid process Jugular fossa Zygomatic ramus (process) of temporal bone Foramen magnum Occipital condyles Superior nuchal line Inferior nuchal line Sagital suture Lambdoidal suture Cranial fossas (anterior, middle, posterior) Sphenoid bone: from anterior to posterior contains - Tuberculum sellae, Hypophyseal (pituitary) fossa, Dorsum sellae Sella tursica Optic chiasmic groove Zygomatic bones:
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Lab 1 2 FUNCTIONAL HUMAN ANATOMY LAB # 1 Skull and Spine Osteology Perpendicular plate Nasal bones Maxilla: Alveolar process Mandible: Body Angle Mental protuberance Palatine bone OSTEOLOGY: Back VERTEBRAE: CERVICAL(7) THORACIC(12)
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2012 for the course CELL BIO & 377 taught by Professor Golfetti during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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