Human head and neck Orbital lamina of ethmoid bone

Facial Trauma (frontal, orbital) TrH27 Facial TraumaFacial Trauma (frontal, orbital) TrH27 Facial Trauma
Le Fort II and III fractures, nasofrontoethmoidal fractures, zygomaticomaxillary complex ["tripod"] fractures. Orbital lamina of ethmoid bone
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Axial Skeleton: a checklist of Bones and Select Bony LandmarksAxial Skeleton: a checklist of Bones and Select Bony Landmarks
The axial skeleton is composed of 80 bones that support and protect organs of the head, neck, and torso. Orbital lamina of ethmoid bone
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Saddleback/coastline bones study guide clavicleSaddleback/coastline bones study guide clavicle
Hold the scapula by the spine and place the subscapular fossa behind you on top of your own shoulder blade (smooth side against your skin). The glenoid cavity should face laterally, not towards the vertebral column. Orbital lamina of ethmoid bone
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