Spenoid middle part at base of skull sphenoidal

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Spenoid: middle part at base of skull, sphenoidal paranasal sinus Ethmoid: forms cranial floor, lateral nasal walls and part of nasal septum, cribriform plate and olfactory nerves, ethmoidal paranasal sinus Facial Bones: maxillae, zygomatic, mandible 2. Sutures are immovable joints located between skull bones 3. Fontanelles are fibrous connective tissue membrane-filled spaces located between the cranial bones of infants. They enable the fetal skull to modify shape as it passes through the birth canal and permits rapid growth of the brain during infancy. They become ossified during the first 2 years of childhood. Hyoid Bone 1. The hyoid bone is a U-shaped bone, located in the upper neck, that does not articulate with any other bone. 2. It supports the tongue and is an attachment site for several tongue, neck, and pharynx muscles. Vertebral Column 1. The vertebral column (spine) is a strong, flexible rod that: i. surrounds This study resource was shared via CourseHero.com
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and protects the spinal cord ii. supports the head iii. serves as a site of attachment for ribs and back muscles.
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