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Published on 11 Sep 2012 | over 5 years ago

This video is part of the playlist "Osteology of the skull": www.youtube.com/playlist .

The list deals with the study of the skull bones in articulated skulls according to views (normas); in addition the playlist contains videos that describe some separate bones of the skull including: the mandible, sphenoid, ethmoid, and palatine. There is also a brief summary of the features of the newborn skull.

Although each video can be watched separately, but it is recommended that the playlist is watched in the following sequence of videos:
1. Osteology of the skull: 1 introduction
2. Osteology of the Skull: 2 superior view
3. Osteology of the Skull: 3 posterior view
4. Osteology of the Skull: 4 lateral view
5. Osteology of the Skull: 5 inferior view
6. Osteology of the Skull: 6 cranial cavity
7. Osteology of the Skull: 7 anterior view
8. Osteology of the Skull: 8 The Mandible
9. Osteology of the Skull: 9 Sphenoid Bone
10. Osteology of the Skull: 10 Ethmoid Bone
11. Osteology of the Skull: 11 Palatine Bone
12. Osteology of the Skull: 12 The Newborn Skull

Presented and edited by Dr.Akram Jaffar (PhD). Filmed by Ahmed Thaer Zahidi (Medical student). Filmed at College of Medicine/ University of Sharjah, April, 2012.
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