Is an internationally accepted convention
The body is in erect position.
The face is directed forward.
The palms are directed forwards
The feet are apart from each other
Can describe relation of proximal interphalangeal to metacarpophalageal joints
Are quite commonly used in embryology
Are quite commonly used in limbs
Both are relative terms, not always equivalent to superior and inferior.
Can describe the relation of the elbow to both wrist and shoulder
The frontal bone could be seen,
The two nasal bones are well seen
Good part of the temporal bone is seen in this aspect
The mandibular body and its ramus are seen.
The orbital and nasal cavities occupy most of its middle third
Part of the frontal bone
Part of the parietal bone
The greater wing of sphenoid
Part of the temporal
The mandibular fossa and mental foramen
Contains the hind brain
Its anterior portion lies above the pharynx
Formed by the occipital bone ,one part of temporal bone , and parietal bone
The internal carotid artery foramen lies in it
Contains the foramen magnum
Superior orbital fissure
The anterior condylar
Squamosal or vertical portion
Horizontal portion which forms the roof of the orbits.
Contributes to the formation of the anterior cranial fossa
Through its nasal process, articulates with the maxilla
Articulates with two other bones in the pterion
The mandible has a body and two rami .
The mandibular foramen is located at the inner aspect of the ramus of the mandible
The mandibular notch lies between the condyloid and the coronoid processes
The mental foramen is one of two openings located on the anterior surface of the mandible , below the 2nd premolar tooth
The mandibular canal extends from the mental foramen
Body of sphenoid
Greater wing of sphenoid
Lesser wing of sphenoid
Maxillary bone is pierced by supraorbital foramen .
Delayed closure of metopic suture will cause rickets
Norma frontalis presents 3 apertures .
Frontal bone is pierced by infraorbital foramen .
Norma verticalis presents 3 sutures , 3 bones , 3 foramina .
Norma frontalis presents the zygomatic bone .
Norma Occipitalis presents the superior nuchal line
Non of the above .
Parietal bone .
Sphenoid bone .
Zygomatic bone .
Frontal bone .
Occipital and temporal bones .
Parietal and sphenoid bones .
Temporal and parietal bones .
Occipital and sphenoid
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