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What are the posterior bones of the hard palate?

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The palatine bone is the posterior bone of the hard pallet. that doesnt help....
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Most of the hard palate is made by the palatal shelves of the maxillary bone. Thanks for
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Bones are hard because of calcium. They are also made up of minerals, protein collagen, phosphorus, silica, iron, zinc and sodium. Our bones have to be strong to support the weight
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palantine processes of the the maxillae. horizontal plate of the palantine bone.
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The hard palate is a bony plate of the skull that forms at the roof of the mouth. It is made by a fusion of two types of bones namely maxillae and the palatine ...
The posterior bones of hard palate is called palatine bone. It is an irregularly shaped bone similar to letter 'L'. It forms part of the nasal cavity. ...
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