Learning all the features of the human skull can be intimidating at first. Especially all the many holes—or foramina—of the skull.
To help us remember complex sets of information, we can use a helpful mnemonic phrase. Mnemonic phrases, sentences, and words are those that help us remember. That's what mnemonic means—related to memory.
A mnemonic phrase that I've used to help remind us of the anatomical locations and names of the paired foramina in the cranial floor is this:
Old Rotund Owls Spin Lazily Across Jugs.
Watch this brief video for an overview of the cranial floor foramina and a walk-through of the suggested mnemonic: Return to editingCranial Foramina | Mnemonic Phrase
Thanks for sharing
I struggled learning/remembering the foramen of the cranium until I found this video! Thank you so much!!
Watching your presentation on the naming of skeletal Bones was very helpful thank you.
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