Human head and neck Hyoid bone

Sternocleidomastoid (scm) divide the neck into two triangles : posteriorly posterior triangle anteriorlySternocleidomastoid (scm) divide the neck into two triangles : posteriorly posterior triangle anteriorly
Action : depress angle of mandible & angle of the mouth. And its one of the muscles of facial expression. Hyoid bone
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Hyoid bone is situated chiefly between the rami of the mandible, built dorsal part extend some what further caudal, it is attached to the styloid process of the petrous part of the temporal bone by the rods of cartilageHyoid bone is situated chiefly between the rami of the mandible, built dorsal part extend some what further caudal, it is attached to the styloid process of the petrous part of the temporal bone by the rods of cartilage
They basihyoid, lingual process and thyrohyoid are fused to spur or a fork with very a short handle. Hyoid bone
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The skeletal system: axial skeleton a. Divisions of the skeletal systemThe skeletal system: axial skeleton a. Divisions of the skeletal system
The axial skeleton consists of those bones that lie in the longitudinal axis of the body, running through its center of gravity. Hyoid bone
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Chapter 19: musculoskeletal system lecture outline 19. 1 Anatomy and Physiology of BoneChapter 19: musculoskeletal system lecture outline 19. 1 Anatomy and Physiology of Bone
Bones are classified by their shape. Bone tissues include the periosteum, medullary cavity, and epiphyses. Both red and yellow bone marrow can be found in long bones. Hyoid bone
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Chapter 7 Skeletal System 1 IntroductionChapter 7 Skeletal System 1 Introduction
Expanded ends of bones that form joints with adjacent bones are called epiphyses. Hyoid bone
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Chapter outlineChapter outline
A bone is classified by its shape. A bone is enclosed by a tough, fibrous, connective tissue covering called the periosteum. A joint is where a long bone contacts another bone and it is covered by a layer of cartilage. Hyoid bone
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