|Bone: Lacrimal fossa|
|Frontal bone. Inner surface.|
|Medial wall of left orbit. ("Fossa for lacrimal sac" labeled at center left.)|
|Latin||fossa glandulae lacrimalis|
|Gray's||subject #33 137|
The inferior surface of each orbital plate of the frontal bone is smooth and concave, and presents, laterally, under cover of the zygomatic process, a shallow depression, the lacrimal fossa (or fossa for lacrimal gland), for the lacrimal gland.
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