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axial skeleton
the skull, vertebral column, ribs, and sternum
appendicular skeleton
arms, legs, pelvic girdle, and shoulder girdle
articulations
joints
foramen
rounded hole
fissure
slit-like hole
meatus
tube-like hole
cavity or sinus
hollow space
crest or line
ridge
sulcus
groove
fossa
depression
condyle, head, facet
joint surface
fossa
and
condyle, head, facet
usually both come together...two bones coming together
styloid process
spike-like projection anterior to the mastoid process
zygomatic arch
where the zygomatic and temporal come together
jugular foramen
two slit like holes on either side of foramen magnum

look at from bottom

holes are bean shaped
carotid canal
lateral and anterior to jugular and does not go thru

look at from bottom
occipital condyles
bumps on sides of foramen magnum
sagittal suture
front to back
lambdoid suture
left to right
bottom back
squamosal suture
over the ear
coronal suture
left to right
in front
suture from left ot right on anterior skull
coronal suture
suture that arches over ears on each side
squamosal
suture from running anterior to posterior dividing skull into a left and right hemisphere
sagittal suture
suture from left to right on posterior skull
lambdoid suture
fontanels are made up of what kind of tissues
connective
where does the pituitary gland sit
in the sella turnica

"turkish saddle"
posterior to nasal bone with small hole at the bottom
lacrimal bone
back of roof of mouth
palatine bones
bottom of nasal septum
vomer
hollow parts that help make the skull lighter.
paranasal sinuses
location of pituitary gland.
sella turcica
top part of nasal septum
perpendicular plate
bottome part of nasal septum
vomer
bumps on either side of the foramen
occipital condyles
bat shaped bone going from one side to another .
sphenoid bone
suture going over the ear
squamosal suture
two bones on the ethmoid bone
cristagalli
and
cribiform plate
outermost bone of the two on teh wthmoid bone
cribiform plate
where you put your glasses on
nasal bone
hollow parts that help make the skull lighter
paranasal cavities
lateral bumps inside nose
nasal conchae
back of roof of mouth
palatine bones
big hole in occipital bone
foramen magnum
bumps on sides of foramen magnum
occipital condyles
where the pituitary glad sits
sella turcica
bean like holes on either side of foramen magnum
jugular foramen
lateral and anterior to to the jugular foramen and does not go through
carotid canal
looks like a pencil
styloid process
where the zygomatic and temporal come together
zygomatic arch
bones around ears
temporal