ch.3 1201 2nd part

forms the posterior part of the nasal septum
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the posterior part of the hard palate and floor of the nasal cavity is formed by ?the palatine bone and join the maxillae anteriorlyform the lesser or posterior part of the hard palatehorizontal plates of the palatine boneform part of lateral walls of nasal cavity, and each plate contributes a small lip of bone to the orbital apexvertical plates of the palatine bonegroove in the floor of the orbital surface its the?infraorbital sulcuseach includes a body and 4 processes; frontal, zygomatic, palatine, and alveolarmaxillaeach maxilla's orbital surface its separated from the sphenoid bone by the?inferior orbital fissurethe infraorbital sulcus becomes the?infraorbital canal and then terminates on the facial surface of each maxilla as the Infraorbital forameninferior to the infraorbital foramen is the?canine fossaevery tooth in the maxillary arch is covered by a prominent facial ridge of bone a part of the?alveolar process of the maxillafacial ridge over the maxillary canine is thecanine eminencethe median palatine suture is covered by the _____ a middling fibrous band of tissuemedian palatine raphein the anterior midline between the articulating palatine processes of the maxillae, just posterior to the max central incisors, is the?incisive formanewhat usually contains the roots of the maxillary teeth?alveolar process of the maxillathe soft bulge of tissue over the incisive formate is the ?incisive papillathe bony prominence in the chin, located inferior to the roots of the mandibular incisorsmental protuberancemidline on the anterior surface of the mandible, faint ridge, where bone is fomred by the fusion of right and left processes during mandibular developmentmandibular symphysisfarther posteriorly on the lateral surface of the mandible, usually inferior to the apices of the man 1st and second premolar is an opening calledmental foramen (base inferior to the mental foramen)part that normally contains roots of mandibular teethalveolar process of the mandibleon the lateral aspect of the mandible, stout, flat plate of the mandible extends posteriorly and superiorly from the body of the mandible on each sidemandibular ramusanterior border of the ramus, thin sharp margin that terminates in the?coronoid processanterior border of the ramus forms a concave forward curve the?coronoid notchinferior to the coronoid notch is the?external oblique line (where the ramus joins the body of the mandible)juncture between the ramus and the body of the mandible?angle of the mandiblethe coronoid process consists of 2 parts:mandibular condyle and the neck that supports itBetween the coronoid process and the condyle is a depression called?sigmoid notchnear the midline of the mandible are a cluster of small projections that serve as a muscle attachment areagenial tuberclesoverhanging the mandibular forame, bony spine that serves as an attachment for the sphenomandibular ligament associated with the TMJLingulapaired, air-filled cavities in bone, which project laterally, superiorly, and posteriorly into surrounding bonesparanasal sinuseseach frontal sinus communicates with and drains into the nasal cavity by a constrictd canal to the middle nasal meatus the?frontonasal ductare a variable # of small cavities in the lateral mass of each of the ethmoid bonesethmoid sinuseslocated in each body of the maxillae just posterior to the maxillary ?canine and premolars3 depressions present on the external surface of the skull?temporal, infra temporal, pterygopalatineflat-fan shaped paired depression oil the lateral surface of the skulltemporal fossapaired depression that is inferior to the anterior part of the temporal fossainfra temporal fossawhat divides the temporal fossa and the infra temporal fossa?iinfratemporal crestcone-shaped paired depression deep to the infra temporal fossa and posterior to the maxilla on each side of the skull.pterygopalatine fossa