Chapter 6b Axial Skeleton - skull

Chapter 6b Axial Skeleton - skull - Chapter 6: Axial...

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Chapter 6: Axial Skeleton: Skull Skull - Fig. 6.2 - cranial and facial subdivisions of skull Cranial bones - 8 bones Facial bones -14 frontal - 1 maxillary - 2 parietal - 2 palatine - 2 occipital -1 nasal - 2 temporal - 2 zygomatic - 2 sphenoid - 1 lacrimal - 2 ethmoid - 1 inferior concha - 2 mandible - 1 vomer - 1 Be sure to identify all of the following on the skull: Openings/foramina in green - at this time only need to know what bone the openings/foramina are placed Figure 6.3 a - e has a general survey of the bones in the skull. Not all structures are labeled. The student will have to look at other pictures and read the description of the individual bones in the chapter. Superior aspect: Fig. 6.3b Posterior Aspect: Fig. 6.3a Inferior Aspect: Fig. 6.3e frontal bone parietal bone lambdoidal suture parietal bone sagittal suture occipital bone occipital bone lambdoidal suture external occipital protuberance coronal suture occipital bone occipital condyles sagittal suture external occipital protuberance foramen magnum lambdoidal suture temporal bone hypoglossal canal mastoid part temporal bone
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2012 for the course HEALTH 350 taught by Professor Cooper during the Spring '12 term at MO St. Louis.

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Chapter 6b Axial Skeleton - skull - Chapter 6: Axial...

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