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By Peter H. Abrahams, Jonathan D. Spratt

McMinn and Abrahams scientific Atlas of Human Anatomy, seventh variation grants the simple visible assistance you want to hopefully practice the entire dissections required in the course of your clinical training...while buying the sensible anatomical wisdom wanted on your destiny scientific perform! revered authority Prof. Peter H. Abrahams and a staff of best anatomists use an unlimited number of medical photos that will help you grasp all crucial ideas.

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Fractured mandible, see pages 80–82. 19 Skull bones: individual 20 Frontal bone A 19 16 12 21 external surface from the front B external surface from the left C from below D internal surface from above and behind (right half removed; ethmoidal notch is inferior) 1 Anterior ethmoidal canal (position of groove) 2 Ethmoidal notch 3 Foramen caecum 4 Fossa for lacrimal gland 5 Frontal crest 6 Frontal sinus 7 Frontal tuberosity 8 Glabella 9 Inferior temporal line 10 Nasal spine 11 Orbital part 12 Position of frontal notch or foramen 7 18 A 8 13 Posterior ethmoidal canal (position of groove) 14 Roof of ethmoidal air cells 15 Sagittal crest 16 Superciliary arch 17 Superior temporal line 18 Supra-orbital margin 19 Supra-orbital notch or foramen 20 Trochlear fovea (or tubercle) 21 Zygomatic process 10 B C 14 14 14 11 21 13 1 2 6 6 4 18 17 9 19 10 20 D 15 19 5 18 21 10 11 3 Skull bones: individual 9 A 33 32 G 29 J K 35 34 19 17 9 30 28 9 8 B 4 15 H 31 23 22 2 24 7 3 6 5 12 1 13 3 22 3 6 25 11 12 26 26 D 5 10 20 C 4 28 18 21 1 26 1 9 E 27 24 28 25 16 28 F 14 25 15 22 11 19 18 28 22 25 9 27 26 Right maxilla Right lacrimal bone A from the front D from below G from the lateral (orbital) side B from the lateral side E from above H from the medial (nasal) side C from the medial side F from behind 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Alveolar process Anterior lacrimal crest Anterior nasal spine Anterior surface Canine eminence Canine fossa Conchal crest Ethmoidal crest Frontal process Greater palatine canal (position of groove) Incisive canal Incisive fossa Inferior meatus Infra-orbital canal 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Infra-orbital foramen Infra-orbital groove Infra-orbital margin Infratemporal surface Lacrimal groove Maxillary hiatus and sinus Middle meatus Nasal crest Nasal notch Orbital surface Palatine process Tuberosity Unerupted third molar tooth 28 Zygomatic process 29 30 31 32 33 Lacrimal groove Lacrimal hamulus Nasal surface Orbital surface Posterior lacrimal crest Right nasal bone J from the lateral side K from the medial side 34 Internal surface and groove for anterior ethmoidal nerve 35 Lateral surface 21 Skull bones: individual 22 Right palatine bone A B C D 8 8 13 2 13 12 13 13 12 9 12 12 9 1 9 1 4 9 7 7 9 6 3 6 8 8 4 4 11 11 11 11 G E F 6 6 3 4 4 10 10 5 8 2 11 11 12 A from the medial side D from behind B from the lateral side E from above C from the front F from below 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Conchal crest Ethmoidal crest Greater palatine groove Horizontal plate Lesser palatine canals Maxillary process Nasal crest 8 9 10 11 12 13 12 Orbital process Perpendicular plate Posterior nasal spine Pyramidal process Sphenoidal process Sphenopalatine notch 3 G 1 Articulation of the right maxilla and the palatine bone, from the medial side 1 Horizontal plate of palatine 2 Maxillary process of palatine 3 Palatine process of maxilla Skull bones: individual Right temporal bone A B 14 33 14 25 33 11 13 2 30 37 10 40 41 41 29 20 3 32 40 12 36 1 17 31 23 8 24 34 22 C 19 D 35 23 E 18 21 6 8 7 40 33 28 2 29 26 38 9 20 32 41 15 27 3 5 15 39 4 16 40 31 41 7 29 34 33 41 A external aspect B internal aspect C from above D from below E from the front 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Aqueduct of vestibule Arcuate eminence Articular tubercle Auditory (eustachian) tube Canal for tensor tympani Canaliculus for tympanic branch of glossopharyngeal nerve Carotid canal Cochlear canaliculus Edge of tegmen tympani External acoustic meatus Groove for middle temporal artery Groove for sigmoid sinus Groove for superior petrosal sinus Grooves for branches of middle meningeal vessels 15 Hiatus and groove for greater petrosal nerve 16 Hiatus and groove for lesser petrosal nerve 17 Internal acoustic meatus 18 Jugular fossa 19 Jugular surface 20 Mandibular fossa 21 Mastoid canaliculus for auricular branch of vagus nerve 22 Mastoid notch 23 Mastoid process 24 Occipital groove 25 Parietal notch 26 Petrosquamous fissure (from above) 27 Petrosquamous fissure (from below) Petrotympanic fissure Petrous part Postglenoid tubercle Sheath of styloid process Squamotympanic fissure Squamous part Styloid process Stylomastoid foramen Subarcuate fossa Suprameatal triangle Tegmen tympani Trigeminal impression on apex of petrous part 40 Tympanic part 41 Zygomatic process 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 23 Skull bones: individual 24 12 A B 12 9 2 2 9 10 11 8 1 1 8 15 6 7 14 C 5 14 13 1 6 D 13 E 1 5 8 10 8 3 Right zygomatic bone A external surface C lateral surface B internal surface D from the medial side E from behind 1 2 3 4 5 6 Frontal process Marginal tubercle Maxillary border Orbital border Orbital surface Temporal border 1 Frontal (anterior) border 2 Frontal (antero-superior) angle 3 Furrows for frontal branch of middle meningeal vessels (anterior division) 4 Furrows for parietal branch of middle meningeal vessels (posterior division) 5 Groove for sigmoid sinus at mastoid angle 6 Inferior temporal line 7 Mastoid (postero-inferior) angle 8 Occipital (posterior) border 9 Occipital (postero-superior) angle 10 Parietal foramen 11 Parietal tuberosity 12 Sagittal (superior) border 13 Sphenoidal (antero-inferior) angle 14 Squamosal (inferior) border 15 Superior temporal line 7 7 4 Right parietal bone 11 6 9 3 1 2 4 7 4 3 7 8 9 10 11 Temporal process Temporal surface Zygomatico-orbital foramen Zygomaticofacial foramen Zygomaticotemporal foramen The zygomatic process of the temporal bone (page 4, 37) and the temporal process of the zygomatic bone (C7, D7) form the zygomatic arch (page 4, 35).

Note the inferior thyroid artery (15) behind the lower part of the lobe, with the recurrent laryngeal nerve (27) passing deep to this looping vessel to enter the pharynx beneath the inferior constrictor (14). 35 36 Root of the neck Prevertebral region 40 11 53 7 13 23 4 32 51 25 10 12 23 27 1 50 31 41 21 21 44 20 55 46 3 2 39 22 39 30 52 9 26 29 8 56 28 35 36 38 42 37 54 48 16 38 33 24 6 30 43 57 38 33 47 49 53 45 14 42 5 18 34 19 17 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Accessory nerve (spinal root) Anterior longitudinal ligament Ascending cervical artery and vein Ascending pharyngeal artery Brachiocephalic artery Dorsal scapular artery Glossopharyngeal nerve Inferior cervical ganglion Inferior thyroid artery Inferior vagal ganglion Internal carotid artery Internal carotid nerve Internal jugular vein, upper end Internal jugular vein, lower end Internal thoracic artery Jugular lymphatic trunk Left brachiocephalic vein Left common carotid artery Left subclavian artery Levator scapulae 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 Horner’s syndrome, see pages 80–82.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Bristle in lacrimal canaliculus Chorda tympani Ciliary ganglion External carotid artery Facial nerve Free margin of tentorium cerebelli Frontal nerve Geniculate ganglion of facial nerve Glossopharyngeal nerve Greater petrosal nerve Greater and lesser palatine nerves Hypoglossal nerve Inferior rectus The greater petrosal nerve (10) is a branch of the geniculate ganglion of the facial nerve (8) and can be remembered as the nerve of tear secretion (though it also supplies nasal glands).

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