|Bone: Trochlear fovea|
|Frontal bone. Inner surface. (Trochlear fovea not directly labeled, but visible at bottom right.)|
|Gray's||subject #33 137|
Near the nasal part of the interior surface of the frontal bone is a depression, the trochlear fovea, or occasionally a small trochlear spine, for the attachment of the cartilaginous pulley of the Obliquus oculi superior.
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