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The bones lie inferior to the parietal bones and meet them at the squamous sutures is

a)

Frontal bone

b)

Temporal bone

c)

Occipital bone

d)

Parietal bone


Question ID - 6056 | Toppr Answer

The bones lie inferior to the parietal bones and meet them at the squamous sutures is

a)

Frontal bone

b)

Temporal bone

c)

Occipital bone

d)

Parietal bone

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Answer Key : (b) -

(b)

The frontal bones form forehead, parietal extends to sides, while occipital curves to form the base of skull. Below the much larger parietal bones called temporal bones, have opening that lead to the internal ear. The temporal bones lie inferior to the parietal bones and meet them at the squamous sutures.



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