5TH QTR Mr. Lewis- RA mid term study

5TH QTR Mr. Lewis- RA mid term study

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the vomer is located in the nasal cavity
which bony structure divides the length of the ear into halves the zygomatic arch
the general shape of the nasal cavity is pear shaped
divides the parietal bones sagittal suture
the bony structures that create the widest part of the face zygomatic arches
the foramen magnum is an opening in the occipital bone
the mastoid process is a bony landmark of the temporal bone
the sternocleidomastoid muscles create the widest part of the neck
the vertical portion of the mandible is the ramus
the care of the deceased to create natural form and color is the definition of parietal eminences
the study of the face and its features is called physiognomy
divides the parietal and occipital bones lambdoid suture
the anterior 1/3 of the cranium frontal bone
the eminence located between the eyebrows glabella
how many bones make up the cranium 8
the small bony eminence at the median line of the chin is called mental eminence
setting features would be considered minor restorative art
the thickest and most spongy part of the maxilla also containing the sockets for the teeth alveolar process
supercillium is a term associated with which facial feature the eye
known as the common elevator this muscle elevates the upper lip levator labii superioris
how many bones make up the face 14
the strongest chewing muscle temporalis
also known as trumpeters muscle buccinator
a thin layer of muscle covering the anterior aspect of the neck platysma

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