29 Super Temporal Bone Structures

temporal bone structure the temporal bone consists of four parts — the squamous mastoid petrous and tympanic parts the squamous part is the largest and most superiorly the temporal bone parts fractures teachmeanatomy we shall now examine the constituent parts of the temporal bone in more detail squamous also known as the squama temporalis this is the largest part of the temporal bone it is flat and plate like located superiorly the outer facing surface of the squamous bone is convex in shape forming part of the temporal fossa temporal bone anatomy getbodysmart zygomatic process processus zygo maticus temporalis is a narrow anterior extension from the inferior portion of the temporal squama it joins with the temporal process of the zygomatic bone to form the zygomatic arch or check bone the zygomatic arch gives attachment to one of the chewing muscles the masseter muscle the temporal bone anatomy parts sutures & foramina this article covers the anatomy of the temporal bone its parts connecting sutures and foramina now to learn more at kenhub temporal bone regions and structures how to read a temporal bone ct temporal bone made ridiculously simple duration 54 27 flavio luz garcia pires md 6 151 views video temporal bone in this tutorial we ll be covering the borders of the temporal bone which are the parietal border the occipital margin and the sphenoidal margin we ll then have a look at parts of the temporal bone including the squamous part the petromastoid part the tympanic part and the styloid process temporal bone definition location & parts human this skull bone is connected to the other bones via sutures e g squamosal suture and forms the lateral wall of the middle cranial fossa there are several openings and canals in the temporal bone through which structures enter and exit the cranial cavity it also houses the structures forming the middle and inner ear the radiology assistant temporal bone anatomy 2 0 some structures are discussed in more detail with emphasis on pathology you will find more temporal bone pathology here anatomy of the os temporale petrous part of the temporal bone the petrous part of the temporal bone is pyramid shaped and is wedged in at the base of the skull between the sphenoid and occipital bones directed medially forward and a little upward it presents a base an apex three surfaces and three angles and houses in its interior the ponents of the inner ear temporal bone fractures background etiology presentation a temporal bone fracture can involve none or all of these structures associated trauma to other cranial nerves other than the facial nerve ie vi [abducens] ix [glossopharyngeal] x [vagus] and xi [spinal accessory] can also cause paralysis the temporal bone is a very thick and hard structure located in the base of the skull
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