TEMPORAL REGION. Temporal Lines. Superior: For attachment of temporalis fascia. Inferior: For attachment of temporalis muscle. Boundaries. Superior and posterior boundary: Inferior temporal line. Anterior boundary: Frontal process of zygomatic. Inferior: Zygomatic arch.
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For attachment of temporalis fascia.
For attachment of temporalis muscle.
Inferior temporal line.
Frontal process of zygomatic.
All innervated by mandibular branch of CN V.
Zygomatic bone to lateral surface of ramus and coronoid process.
Elevates and protracts mandible.
Lateral pterygoid plate and sphenoid to front of mandible and TMJ.
Protracts mandible; depresses chin (bilateral).
Lateral pterygoid plate and maxilla to medial surface of mandible near angle.
Elevates, protracts (bilateral).
Temporal fossa and fascia to coronoid process.
Elevates and retracts mandible.
Between head of mandible (condyloid process) and mandibular fossa of temporal bone.
Divides joint into superior and inferior compartments.
Allows mandible to protract and retract as well as elevate and depress.
Base of zygomatic process to mandibular neck.
Styloid process to angle of mandible.
Runs between parotid and submandibular glands.
Sphenoid spine to mandibular lingula.
Lies medial to TMJ.