Name of foramen, Distinct Feature (s): structures associated (most distinct 1st up to through? 3) Bones/Bone What passes/transmits Adjacent to or canal, fissure articulates with: (major item) Medulla oblongata with . Foramen Magnum ОССIPITAL OCCIPITAL CONDYLES Parietal, temporal and (THERE COULD BE MORE features) atlas Hypoglossal Canal Internal Acoustic Meatus Jugular Foramen

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Name of foramen,
Distinct Feature (s):
structures associated (most distinct 1st up to through?
3)
Bones/Bone
What passes/transmits
Adjacent to or
canal, fissure
articulates with:
(major item)
Medulla oblongata
with .
Foramen Magnum
ОССIPITAL
OCCIPITAL CONDYLES
Parietal, temporal and
(THERE COULD BE
MORE features)
atlas
Hypoglossal Canal
Internal Acoustic
Meatus
Jugular Foramen
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Name of foramen, Distinct Feature (s): structures associated (most distinct 1st up to through? 3) Bones/Bone What passes/transmits Adjacent to or canal, fissure articulates with: (major item) Medulla oblongata with . Foramen Magnum ОССIPITAL OCCIPITAL CONDYLES Parietal, temporal and (THERE COULD BE MORE features) atlas Hypoglossal Canal Internal Acoustic Meatus Jugular Foramen