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Parietal bones are skeletal structures located on the sides of a human skull. When joined together, these bones that takes the form of rough quadrilateral, forms the roof of the skull also known as the cranium (Brown, 2009).
2. Temporal bones
Temporal bones create the site to host the face temple and the major vessels to the brain and ears. They are located on the sides and the base of the skull.
3. Frontal bones
Also knows as the frontis, frontal bones consist of three parts and forms the outer cell of a forehead....