#563 zygomatic arch placement

closed-accepted
5
2010-03-03
2010-02-22
Sue Bello
No

Hi Cindy,
As the zygomatic arch is formed from processes of the zygomatic and temporal bones I don't think it should it be a child of each of these bones.
Thanks,
Sue

Discussion

  • Sue Bello

    Sue Bello - 2010-02-22
    • priority: 1 --> 5
     
  • Cynthia Smith

    Cynthia Smith - 2010-02-24

    See also placement in MA (MA:0002810). The arch term is moved out to a child of abnormal orbital bone morphology MP:0005552.

    However, this opens another question. We have a number of terms listed as children of orbital bone morphology, but for most of these, only a portion of the bone comprises the orbit.

    This organization of this section should be reconsidered and aligned with the MA.

     
  • Cynthia Smith

    Cynthia Smith - 2010-02-24
    • assigned_to: nobody --> cynthiasmith
    • assigned_to: nobody --> nobody
     
  • Cynthia Smith

    Cynthia Smith - 2010-02-24

    See also placement in MA (MA:0002810). The arch term is moved out to a child of abnormal orbital bone morphology MP:0005552.

    However, this opens another question. We have a number of terms listed as children of orbital bone morphology, but for most of these, only a portion of the bone comprises the orbit.

    This organization of this section should be reconsidered and aligned with the MA.

     
  • Cynthia Smith

    Cynthia Smith - 2010-03-03

    The zygomatic arch term has been moved and this section has been reorganized somewhat. See also ticket 2956717 about abnormal skull morphology regarding further reorganization.

     
  • Cynthia Smith

    Cynthia Smith - 2010-03-03
    • status: open --> closed-accepted
     

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