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Roof-of-the-eye-orbit, skull: roof of the eye orbit, frontal, ethmoid, and some sinuses; eye: including the cornea, iris, ciliary body, lacrimal gland, and sac; if you've ever gotten dust in your eye, you've noticed the automatic response of your eye to protect itself. your eye begins to blink quickly in order to remove the irritant.. Frontal bone– this is the large bone that comprises the human forehead and also creates the upper ridge and roof of the eye orbit (eye socket). it roughly occupies the area from the eyebrows to just behind the superior hairline. laterally, it extends from just superior and anterior to the area we commonly refer to as the temple., cranium this rounded chamber that encloses the brain is composed of eight distinct cranial bones. * the frontal bone forms the forehead, the anterior of the skull’s roof, and the roof of the eye orbit (socket). the frontal sinuses (air spaces) communicate with the nasal cavities (see figs. 3-7 and 3-8)..

The frontal bone comprises the anterior part of the roof of the orbit and the lesser wing of the sphenoid surrounds the optic canal and forms the posterior part of the roof. the medial wall of the..., roof of the eye orbit contains frontal sinus . parietal bone - what does it form, how many sutures is it bordered by, and what lines does it have for muscle? parietal bone forms the cranial roof and part of its lateral walls bordered by 4 sutures: coronal, sagittal, lambdoid and squamous ....

Forms the forehead, the anterior of the skull's roof, and the roof of the eye orbit. frontal sinuses. communicate with the nasal cavities. paranasal sinuses. sinuses near the nose. parietal. these bones form most of the top and the side walls of the cranium. temporal bones., bone that forms the forehead, anterior of the skull's roof, and the roof of the eye orbit. frontal bone. name for the sinuses near the nose. paranasal sinuses. bones the form most of the top and sidewalls of the cranium. parietal [pah-ri-eh-tal].

- there are eight cranial bones, some are paired • frontal, occipital, ethmoid, sphenoid, parietal (pair), temporal (pair) - frontal forms the forehead and the roof of the eye orbit - parietal forms the roof of the cranium, the orbit has a base, four walls, and an apex: the superior wall (roof) is approximately horizontal and is formed mainly by the orbital part of the frontal bone, which separates the orbital cavity....

The cranium (skull) is the skeletal structure of the head that supports the face and protects the brain.it is subdivided into the facial bones and the brain case, or cranial vault (figure 6.16).the facial bones underlie the facial structures, form the nasal cavity, enclose the eyeballs, and support the teeth of the upper and lower jaws.