|Bone: Sphenoid bone|
|Gray's||subject #35 147|
The sphenoid bone somewhat resembles a butterfly or bat with its wings extended.
It is divided into the following parts:
Two sphenoidal conchae are situated at the anterior and lower part of the body.
Various other named features of the sphenoid bone exist:
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