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Skull Fracture. Definition . is a break in one or more of the eight bones that form the cranial portion of skull fracture .blunt force trauma ,. Types of skull fracture :. Linear skull fracture : A fracture that extends through the entire thickness of the skull.
SKULL. Dr. Nivin Sharaf MD LMCC. Objectives. Brain storm basic functions of the human skull To identify basic anatomical features of the skull To be able to recognize different bony landmarks of the skull To Identify outer bony features of bones of the skull
SKULL. SKULL & ORBIT see handouts. SKULL. ORBITAL REGION Fronto-Zygomatic suture – over outer canthus, palpate w/finger tips Superior Orbital Notch – located in sup. orbital rim, (highest point of curve. Supercilliary Ridge – palpated bilaterally @ the most medial aspect of the orbit.
Skull. Usually consists of 22 bones, all of which (except the lower jaw) are firmly interlocked along lines called “sutures”. Cranium = 8 bones Facial skeleton = 13 bones + lower jaw Lower jaw bone is called the mandible , and is the only movable bone. Cranium. Functions:
SKULL. HUMAN SKULL. Consists of 22 bones 8 of these bones make up the cranium 14 form the facial skeleton. (also 6 tiny bones in the middle ear). The cranium encloses and protect the brain, and its surface provides attachments for muscles that make chewing and head movements possible.
skull. Some pots and a mask. Likeness of me. Tollund man actual. Tollund man face. Tollund man likeness. Tollund man likeness. Tollund man likeness, face. Drawings. More drawings. One more drawing…. 1345 williamson st. Mantel. Entertainment center. Williamson st stairs.
SKULL. 29.November.2011 Tuesday. Kaan Yücel M.D.,Ph.D. The cranium (skull) is the skeleton of the head. A series of bones form its two parts: Neurocranium Viscerocranium (Facial bones ).
Skull. Mandible. Cervicle. Clavical. Sternum. Scapula. Thoracic. Humurus. True Ribs. Lumbar. Carpals. Radius. Pelvis. Metacarpals. Ulna. Phalanges. Sacrum. Coccyx. Femur. Patella. Fibula. Tibia. Tarsals. Metatarsals. Phalanges. Distal innerphalangeal Joint.
Skull. Anna L. Kiss Department of Anatomy , Histology and Embryology Semmelweis University 2018. Skull : Cranium Mandible Cranial cavity : Roof of the skull : skull cap ( calvaria ) Floor of the skull : base ( basis cranii ). Skull : Neurocranium : frontal parietal