The occipito-frontalis is a broad musculo-fibrous layer that cover the episkull. It consists of two thin layers of muscle. The occipital portion, sometimes called the occipitalis muscle, is quadrilateral in form and about an inch and a half in length. It originates from the occipital bone, covers the back of the skull and inserts in the galia apone...
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