Zygomaticus minor Anatomy of the face and neck CT - interactive atlas of human anatomy using cross-sectional imaging This head and neck anatomic atlas is an educational tool for studying the normal anatomy of the face based on a contrast enhanced multidetector computed tomography imaging axial and coronal planes. Interactive labelled images allow a comprehensive study of the anatomical structures. CT of the head and neck A coronal and axial contrast enhanced multidetector computed tomography imaging of the head and neck was performed on a healthy subject. Adobe Flash and Adobe Photoshop allowed us to develop anatomical atlas software with a suitable functionality and user interface for the exploration of the head and neck and the skull base. Anatomical structures were labelled according to the new Terminologia Anatomica.
Skull Facial Bones
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Floor of the cranium, inferior to the frontal bone and anterior to the sphenoid. Centre of the face, behind the nose. Forms part of the nasal cavity and the orbits. Main support structure of the nasal cavity Frontal Forehead, extending down to form the upper surfaces of the orbits. Anterior roof of the skull. Back and base of the cranium, forms the back of the skull. Lower back of the head.
Skull: Cranium and Facial Bones
Similarly to requirements for imaging the cranium, the severely injured patient will present on a trolley and any occipitomental OM projections must be modified to a mento-occipital position, with angle direction opposite to that for OM. Laterals can be undertaken with the image receptor IR supported vertically at the side of the face. A description of a modified projection for zygomatic arches on the trolley-bound patient is also given.
Dominic Corsini How many bones are in your face? Amazingly, there are over twenty bones that make up the human skull, but only fourteen of these are facial bones. This lesson focuses on the fourteen facial bones, includes illustrations from an actual skeleton, and outlines the functions of these bones. A summary and brief quiz are also included. This photograph depicts the facial features of a skeleton: