There are a whole lot of bones in the human body, and remembering all of them can be a major chore. As embalmers, one of the most important areas to know in detail is the face, and to a similar extent, the cranium. 

For this discussion, I’d like you to think of some type of facial trauma. It could be a bullet wound, a tumor, or anything that could compromise the bones of the face. Describe this wound using anatomical terminology (Be as accurate as possible!), then let your colleagues respond with the bones and structures that would be affected by this wound. Be creative!