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Flat part of the temporal bone
Most anterior part of the temporal bone
A socket located on the inferior posterior surface of the temporal bone
This part of the temporal bone is anterior to the mandibular fossa and it helps form the temporomandibular joint
Part of the temporal bone that is posterior and inferior to the external auditory meatud (ear canal)
A rounded projection of the mastoid portion. It is just posterior and inferior to the external auditory meatus and is the connection for several neck muscles
Where the facial (VII) nerve and vestibulocochlear (VIII) nerve pass through
Inferior projection allowing muscles and ligaments of the tounge and neck to attach to the temporal bone
The part of the temporal bone that is at the floor of the cranial cavity. It contains the carotid foramen, where the carotid artery passes
A curved plate of the temporal bone that surrounds the external part of the ear canal (EAM)

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