Orbital lamina of ethmoid bone / Lamina papyracea :- Its name lamina papyracea is an appropriate description, as this part of the "Ethmoid" bone is paper-thin and fractures easily. A fracture here could cause entrapment of the "Medial rectus muscle". 【 Maxilla do not articulate with Sphenoid bone 】
Fig. 62. The occipital bone (top view): 1 - a large wing of the sphenoid bone; 2 - a small wing of the sphenoid bone; 3 - visual channel, 4 - hill sella; 5 - occipital occipital bone; 6 - the upper orbital fissure; 7 - a round hole; 8 - foramen ovale; 9 - a large hole; 10 - spinous hole
This exhibit depicts the anatomy of the inferior skull including: the foramen magnum, occipital condyles, mastoid process, styloid process, mandibular fossa, palatine bone, sphenoid bone, carotid canal, and the jugular fossa.