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GrayAnatomy 14 In the human embryo described by Peters the mesoderm outside the embryonic disk is split into two la 4 217 show
GrayAnatomy 29 (Cartilagines Costales)The costal cartilages (Fig. 115) are bars of hyaline cartilage which serve to 2 190 show
GrayAnatomy 30 The skull is supported on the summit of the vertebral column, and is of an oval shape, wider behind 2 57 show
GrayAnatomy 31 (Ossa Cranii) & (Os Occipitale).The occipital bone (Figs. 129, 130), situated at the back and lower 2 380 show
GrayAnatomy 32 (Os Parietale)The parietal bones form, by their union, the sides and roof of the cranium. Each bone 2 126 show
GrayAnatomy 33 (Os Frontale)The frontal bone resembles a cockle-shell in form, and consists of two portions—a verti 2 304 show
GrayAnatomy 34 (Os Temporale)The temporal bones are situated at the sides and base of the skull. Each consists of f 2 708 show
GrayAnatomy 35 (Os Sphenoidale)The sphenoid bone is situated at the base of the skull in front of the temporals and 2 656 show
GrayAnatomy 36 (Os Ethmoidale)The ethmoid bone is exceedingly light and spongy, and cubical in shape; it is situate 2 306 show
GrayAnatomy 37 (Ossa Faciei) & (Ossa Nasalia)The nasal bones are two small oblong bones, varying in size and form i 2 72 show