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Sella turcica

sella turcica

(Science: anatomy) A transverse depression crossing the midline on the superior surface of the body of the sphenoid bone and containing the pituitary gland. It is named turkish saddle from its resemblance to the saddle used by turks.

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... fits into what part of the temporal bone to form the jaw joing? 2- The sella turcica is found in what bone? 3-what is the name of the bone that make up the temple? I think ...

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