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Vomer bone Shape: Part postero-inferior septum. Accident anatomical Alas, Ridge and Furrow choanal vomer.
2.SUTURAS and fontanelles: The bones of the cranial vault are joined by sinfibrosis. We distinguish: 1Sutura Coronal, sagittal 1sutura, 2suturas squamous 1sutura metopic and lambdoid suture 1. Esquindelesis: vomer and sphenoid crest. "In RN skull bones are not yet firmly united at the suture, including spaces left = fontanelle. There 6: 1Bregmática diamond-shaped and between the parietal and frontal ossification 2puntos; 1Lamboidea triangle-shaped and between sagittal and lambdoid suture; 2Pterigoideas: Bone-> Frontal, parietal, temporal and wings of the sphenoid; 2Asteroideas star-shaped and between the parietal, occipital and temporal.
Temporo-MAXILLARY 3.Articulación: Type: condyle, articular surfaces: Maxilla: condyle. Temporal + fossa condyle. With impeller. - Movements that allow: Raise and lower the jaw, Laterality, protraction-retraction.
4. Masticatory Muscles: - Shut your mouth: Temporary: The temporal fossa coronoid. Masseter muscles - allow lateral movement: medial pterygoid (a angle and branch), lateral pterygoid (the condyle).
5. ORBITS: Pyramid with front and back vertex basis. Roof: Front, Floor: Maxilla, zygomatic and palatine; Internal Wall: Maxilla, lacrimal, ethmoid and sphenoid; External Wall: Wings of the sphenoid and zygomatic.
6. Nostrils: Holes: previous Windows nose hairs to filter air, Choanal communicate with nasopharynx. Roof: Frontal, ethmoid and sphenoid. Soil: Maxilla and palate.Sidewall: maxilla, ethmoid, palatine horn to warm and humidify air. Septum: Ethmoid, vomer and cartilage.

Draining the nostrils - Sinus: air cavities that act as resonators and mucosa with mucus-producing epithelium, which continues with the nostrils (can be complicated by sinusitis.) Breasts: Frontal, Maxillary, Ethmoid and Sphenoid .-The nasolacrimal duct: cavity which drains into the nasal passages.
7.BOCA: dilated upper digestive tract. 2Partes: Central Lobby and separated by teeth. Ceiling: bony palate (maxillary and palatal), soft palate: anterior and posterior pillars. Ground: Language (muscle + taste buds), mucous layer covering various muscles. it flow into the ducts of G. Salivary. Features: Mastication, digestion (saliva), breathing and phonation.
8. TEETH: Types and functions n: incisors (sharp), canines (tearing), premolars and molars (masticating). Parts: Corona, Neck and Root. Of Milk: 20 teeth (start out at 6 months). In each jaw is: 4incisivos, 2caninos and 4molares. Permanent: 32 teeth (start out at 5 or 6 years). In each jaw there are: 4incisivos, 2caninos, 4premolares and 6 molars.
9. Salivary gland GLA "accessory glands of the digestive tract, located outside it who pour their secretion ducts." Produce Saliva: mucus moistens food to pass with less friction for the TD and HC splits salivary amylase. GIA major salivary gland : Stopped tidas: In front and below the ear duct Stenon (2nd molar); submaxillary: Inside the angle of the jaw, duct Wharton (next to the frenulum of the tongue) sublingual: With several channels, are found in soil of the mouth, jaw after the part of the chin.
10. SENSE OF SIGHT: - Ó essential organs: Eyeball, Optic Nerve and Brain Eye Centers. --------->>>>

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