palatine bone


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Related to palatine bone: lacrimal bone, Vomer bone

pal·a·tine bone

[TA]
an irregularly shaped bone posterior to the maxilla, which enters into the formation of the nasal cavity, the orbit, and the hard palate; it articulates with the maxilla, inferior nasal concha, sphenoid, and ethmoid bones, the vomer and its fellow of the opposite side.
Synonym(s): os palatinum [TA]

palatine bone

n.
An irregularly shaped bone posterior to the maxilla, which forms part of the nasal cavity, the eye socket, and the hard palate.

pal·a·tine bone

(pal'ă-tīn bōn) [TA]
An irregularly shaped bone posterior to the maxilla, which enters into the formation of the nasal cavity, the orbit, and the hard palate; it articulates with the maxilla, inferior nasal concha, sphenoid, and ethmoid bones, the vomer and its fellow of the opposite side.

pal·a·tine bone

(pal'ă-tīn bōn) [TA]
Irregularly shaped bone posterior to maxilla, which enters into formation of nasal cavity, orbit, and hard palate; articulates with maxilla, inferior nasal concha, sphenoid, and ethmoid bones, vomer and its fellow of the opposite side.
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Ventral view of the skull of female blackbuck showing foramen magnum (a), occipital condyle (b), paracondylar process (c), jugular foramen (d), tympanic bulla (e), muscular process (f), temporal fossa (g), zygomatic arch (h), spehno-palatine foramen (i), horizontal plate of palatine bone (j), palatine process of maxilla (k), palatine process of incisive bone (l), palatine fissure (m), incisive bone (n), incisive fissure (o), major palatine foramen (p), maxilla (q), vomer (r), pterygoid (s), oval foramen (t).
One piece of cranial bone was used to reconstruct the medial aspect of the lateral nasal wall in the region of the ascending process of the palatine bone; the other was placed slightly lateral to the first just under the fascial graft that covered the skull base defect.
The uncinate process attaches to the perpendicular process of the palatine bone and the ethmoid process of the inferior turbinate with bony spicules.
It is attached to the perpendicular process of the palatine bone and the ethmoid process of the inferior turbinate inferiorly, and it ascends to the lacrimal bone, skull base, lamina papyracea, and middle turbinate superiorly.
[2] A mucosal incision would expose the sphenopalatine neurovascular bundle at the upper end of the perpendicular plate of the palatine bone.
There is 1 pair of palatine bones in which part of the human body?