Please label again the skull using the following terms: A colored dot at the end of a leader line indicates a bone. Leader line without a colored dot indicate bone markings. (Note: vomer, sphenoid bone and zygomatic bone will each be labeled twice)1. alveolar processes2. carotid canal3. ethmoid bone (perpendicular plate)4. external occipital protuberance5. foramen lacerum6. foramen magnum7. foramen ovale8. frontal bone9. glabella10. incisive fossa11. inferior nasal concha12. inferior orbital fissure13. infraorbital foramen14. jugular foramen15. lacrimal bone16. mandible17. mandibular fossa18. mandibular symphysis19. mastoid process20. maxilla21. mental foramen22. nasal bone23. occipital bone24. occipital condyle25. palatine bone26. palatine process of maxilla27. parietal bone28. sphenoid bone29. styloid process30. stylomastoid foramen31. superior orbital fissure32. supraorbital foramen33. temporal bone34. vomer bone35. zygomatic bone36. zygomatic process

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Please label again the skull using the following terms: A colored dot at the end of a leader line indicates a bone. Leader line without a colored dot indicate bone markings. (Note: vomer, sphenoid bone and zygomatic bone will each be labeled twice)

1. alveolar processes

2. carotid canal

3. ethmoid bone (perpendicular plate)

4. external occipital protuberance

5. foramen lacerum

6. foramen magnum

7. foramen ovale

8. frontal bone

9. glabella

10. incisive fossa

11. inferior nasal concha

12. inferior orbital fissure

13. infraorbital foramen

14. jugular foramen

15. lacrimal bone

16. mandible

17. mandibular fossa

18. mandibular symphysis

19. mastoid process

20. maxilla

21. mental foramen

22. nasal bone

23. occipital bone

24. occipital condyle

25. palatine bone

26. palatine process of maxilla

27. parietal bone

28. sphenoid bone

29. styloid process

30. stylomastoid foramen

31. superior orbital fissure

32. supraorbital foramen

33. temporal bone

34. vomer bone

35. zygomatic bone

36. zygomatic process

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Introduction

The skull (cranium) is the skeletal framework of the head of vertebrates that supports the facial bones and protects the brain. It contains 22 bones in which 8 bones are cranial bones that form braincase and 14 bones are facial bones that form the face and other associated bones. The surface features of bones are called bone markings. These bone markings are depressions, projections, and openings related to specific functions. These projections are bumps that make the attachments of muscles, tendons, and ligaments.

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