Skull Anatomy: Norma Frontalis Bones Identification

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The frontal bone forms the ______.

forehead

The right and left maxillae form the upper ______.

jaw

The right and left nasal bones form the bridge of the ______.

nose

The zygomatic bones form the bony prominence of the ______ part of the cheeks.

superolateral

The mandible forms the lower ______.

jaw

The superciliary arch is a rounded, curved elevation situated just above the medial part of each ______.

orbit

What bones form the bony prominence of the superolateral part of the cheeks?

Zygomatic bones

What is the rounded, curved elevation situated just above the medial part of each orbit?

Superciliary arch

What are the bones seen in Norma Verticalis?

Frontal bone, Occipital bone, Parietal bone

What are the features shown in Norma Lateralis?

Temporal lines, Temporal fossa, Zygomatic arch, Mastoid part of temporal bone, Styloid process, Infratemporal fossa

What forms the upper jaw?

Right and left maxillae

What forms the bridge of the nose?

Right and left nasal bones

Test your knowledge of the bones found in the norma frontalis view of the skull, including the frontal bone, maxillae, nasal bones, zygomatic bones, and mandible. Perfect for students studying anatomy and embryology.

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