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Skull (posterior view) (English)

Skull (posterior view) (English)

The posterior view is mostly occupied by the squamous part of the occipital bone and the posterior aspect of the parietal bones. The two parietal bones meet in the midline and form the sagittal suture. Each parietal bone also articulates with the occipital bone to form the lambdoid suture. The main features of the occipital bone are visible on this view, primarily the supreme, superior and inferior nuchal lines, the external occipital protuberance and the occipital condyles. The rest of the posterior skull is occupied by the posterior aspects of the maxillae and mandible, and parts of the palatine and sphenoid bones.
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