Infraorbital margin

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Infraorbital margin
Infraorbital margin.PNG
Skull, anterior view, with infraorbital margin labeled in red.
Details
Identifiers
Latin margo infraorbitalis
Dorlands
/Elsevier
c_56/12260607
TA A02.1.00.072
FMA 53177
Anatomical terminology

The infraorbital margin is the lower margin of the eye socket.

Structure[edit]

It consists of the zygomatic bone and the maxilla, on which it separates the anterior and the orbital surface of the body of the maxilla.

Function[edit]

It is an attachment for the levator labii superioris muscle.