Throat Anatomy Bones

Throat Anatomy Bones. The internal jugular veins are deep in the neck and the external jugular veins are immediately under the skin. The skeleton of the neck is formed by the cervical vertebrae, the hyoid bone, and the manubrium of the sternum which are part of the.

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Tonsils and adenoids — made up of lymph tissue. Inferiorly to the hyoid bone. The nasofrontal suture, which is a rigid fibrous joint that connects the two halves of the nasal bones, forms the thickest part of the nose.

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