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REFERENCE PLATES
SURFACE ANATOMY AND
CADAVER DISSECTION
The following set of reference plates, made up of surface anatomy photos and
cadaver dissection photos, is presented to help you locate some of the more
prominent surface features in various regions of the body. For the most part, the
labeled structures on the surface anatomy photos are easily seen or palpated (felt)
through the skin. As a review, you may want to locate as many of these features
as possible on your own body. The cadaver dissection photos reveal the structures
located beneath the skin.
Frontal bone
Supraorbital notch
Nasal bone
Masseter m.
Mandible
Parietal bone
Temporal bone
Sternocleidomastoid m.
Temporalis m.
Occipital bone
Mastoid process
Trapezius m.
Maxilla
Zygomatic arch
PLATE FIFTY-FIVE
Surface anatomy of head and neck, lateral view. (
m.
stands for muscle.)
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