Ethmoid bone, lateral view

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Ethmoid bone, lateral view
The ethmoidal labyrinth occupies nearly all of the view. The anterior and posterior ethmoidal foramina, not distinguishable in this specimen, are shown in 38-2.
1 . Articular surface for frontal bone
2 . Articular surface for sphenoidal crest
3 . Articular surface for body of sphenoid
4 . Lamina papyracea
5 . Articular surface for orbital process palatine bone
6 . Middle nasal concha
7 . Crista galli
8 . Ethmoidal cells
9 . Articular surface for maxilla
10 . Uncinate process