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FosterPage | 1BIOS 3015 HUMAN ANATOMYLAB #6Information can be found in the Gilroy Atlas, Moore text, on Anatomy.tv, and other sourcesOUTLINE OF THE PRE-LABNAME: _____________________________1.Surface anatomy of the head2.Bones and landmarks of the skulla.Anterior and lateral skullTA SIGNATURE:_________________________________b.Posterior skull and calvariac.Base of skulld.Neurovascular pathways entering and exiting skulle.Bones of the oral cavity and individual bones3.Nasal cavity4.Paranasal sinuses5.Temporomandibular joint6.Muscles of mastication7.Muscles of facial expressionPRE-LAB #61.SURFACE ANATOMY OF THE HEADSurface anatomyNotesSurface anatomyNotesMandibular angleBeginning of the external carotid arteryand corner of jawTemporomandibularjointLocated in front of the earFrontal boneSuperior, anterior surface of headNasal boneBridge of noseParietal boneSuperolateral surface of headInfraorbital foramenCommon site for dental anesthesiaZygomatic archCheekboneMaxillaHolds upper teethExternal occipitalprotuberancePosterior “bump” on back of headMentalprotuberancePart that juts out on the chinMastoid processLarge protuberance behind ear lobe.These structures can be observed in Figures 36.2 and 36.3IDENTIFYthe following structures on the person:mandibular angle, frontalbone, zygomatic arch, TM joint, nasal bone, infraorbital foramen, maxilla,mental protuberanceHead – Surface anatomy, skull, superficial muscles of the head, TMJ, nose
FosterPage | 22.BONES AND LANDMARKS OF THE SKULLA.ANTERIOR AND LATERAL SKULLAnterior and lateralNotesAnterior and lateralNotesFrontal boneMaxillaCoronal sutureTemporal boneSquamous sutureZygomatic boneParietal boneNasal boneTemporal process ofzygomatic boneLacrimal boneZygomatic process oftemporal boneEthmoid boneLambdoid sutureVomerMastoid processFrontal sinusExternal acoustic meatusInferior nasal conchaConcha can be called aturbinate.Styloid processPerpendicular plate ofethmoidZygomatic archInfraorbital foramenRamus of mandibleMiddle nasal concha ofethmoidMental foramenGreater wing of sphenoidMental protuberanceLesser wing of sphenoidBody of mandiblePterionArea of 4 bones: temporal,frontal, parietal, sphenoidArticular tubercleOn temporal boneThese structures can be observed in Figures 37.1 and 37.2LABELthe lateral sutures of the skull:squamous suture, lambdoid suture, coronal suture, pterion
FosterPage | 3B.POSTERIOR SKULL AND CALVARIAPosterior/CalvariaNotesPosterior/CalvariaNotesParietal boneLateral pterygoid processOccipital boneSuperior nuchal lineFrontal boneInferior nuchal lineMastoid process oftemporal boneGroove for superior sagittal sinusExternal occipitalprotuberanceGroove for middle meningealarteryOccipital condyleCoronal suturePalatine boneSagittal sutureMedial pterygoidprocessLambdoid sutureThese structures can be observed in Figures 37.3 and 37.4IDENTIFYthe following structures:external occipital protuberance, foramen magnum, inferior nuchal line, mandible, mastoidprocess, maxilla, occipital condyles, palatine bone, parietal bones (2 arrows) sagittal suture, squamous suture, styloid process,superior nuchal line, temporal bone, vomer, Wormian bones

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Spring
Professor
Kelly Williams
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Bones of the head and neck, mandibular fossa, frontal bone, Facial nerve, Nasal bone

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