Key to Sagittal Head (Median Section) - 3B Model - Model SH 1
BONES
A parietal bone
B frontal bone
a frontal sinus
C nasal bone
D cribriform plate of ethmoid bone
E sphenoid bone
b sphenoid sinus
F occipital bone
G maxillary bone
H palatine process
I mandible
K hyoid bone
L atlas
M axis

BRAIN I. Cerebral Cortex II. Diencephalon III. Midbrain or Cerebral Peduncle IV. Pons (also 19 & 20) V. Medulla Oblongata (also 21) 1. superior sagittal sinus 2. tentorium cerebelli 3. cerebellum (also IV) a. arbor vitae 4. corpus callosum a. genu of corpus callosum b. body of corpus callosum 5. septum pellucidum 6. fornix 7. anterior commissure 8. intermediate mass or interthalamic adhesion 9. posterior commissure 10. thalamus 11. interventricular foramen 12. cerebral aqueduct 13. 4th ventricle 14. pineal body/gland 15. optic chiasm 16. hypophysis or pituitary gland 17. mammillary body 18. quadrigeminal plate 19. superior velum 20. pons 21. medulla oblongatta 22. spinal cord

Nasal cavity, oral cavity, pharynx, larynx
I.    epiglottis
II.   thyroid cartilage
III.  cricoid cartilage
IV.   thyrohyoid muscle
V.    cricothyroid ligament
VI.   transverse arytenoid muscle
VII.  false vocal folds
VIII. true vocal folds
IX.   ventricle of the larynx
X.    trachea
XI.   esophagus
a. superior nasal choncha & turbinate
b. middle nasal choncha & turbinate
c. inferior nasal choncha & turbinate
d. opening for the pharygotympanic tube (Eustachian tube)
e. salpingopharyngeal fold
f. pharyngeal tonsil
g. orbicularis oris muscle
h. incisor teeth
i. uvula
j. oropharynx
k. palatine tonsil
l. superior longitudinal muscle of the tongue
m. geniohyoid muscle
n. mylohyoid muscle
o. laryngopharynx
p. genioglossus muscle

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