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What is the common name for the temporal bone?
The parietal bones are superior to the temporal bones.
Either of a pair of compound bones forming the sides and base of the skull.
The temporal bones are a pair of compound bones that form the base and sides of the skull.
Millions of people are affected by hearing loss and balance problems. Research into the causes of these problems is difficult because our hearing and balance organs are found …deep within the skull, hidden and protected inside the temporal bones. For researchers trying to learn about ear problems, it is not easy to examine these hidden organs directly in living people. So, studying donated temporal bones after death is one of the best ways to learn about the causes of ear disorders, and to devise new treatments and cures.. The temporal bones form a part of the base of your skull. They are among the hardest of all your bones, enclosing the tiny organs of your hearing and balance systems. The facial nerve, responsible for control of your facial muscles, takes a long, winding course through the temporal bone from your brain to your face.. Just follow this link for more info about your question.. http://www.tbregistry.org/body/tempbone.htm
the temporal bones are the two bones in your skull in the ear area
mandible or the lower jaw bone
The temporal bone is located in the skull, and the skull consists of flat bones so yes, it is a flat bone
The outer ear canal.
I think the teporal bone is located in your head where the soft part of the side of your head is located. Hope it makes since...Really i do.
the temporal bone is the sleeping bone, they say it like that because you sleep on it. so when you sleep you will be able to localise it
The paranasal sinuses (which surround the nose) are found in the following bones: frontal, ethmoid, sphenoid, and maxillary. The maxillary sinuses are the largest of all sinus…es. There are also sinuses found near the mastoid process of the temporal bone called the mastoid sinuses. The mastoid sinuses communicates with the inner ear, whereas the paranasal sinuses communicate with the nasal cavity.
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Yes. Also, the radius and ulna have a styloid process.