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The maxilla projects laterally to form the zygomatic process, which articulates with the zygoma to form the lateral portion of the inferior orbital rim. Viewed medially, the maxillary sinus is evident with its medially facing ostium. It articulates with the palatine bone posteriorly and with the ethmoid, lacrimal, and inferior concha bones medially. In front of the maxillary sinus is a vertical nasolacrimal groove that forms the nasolacrimal canal with the lacrimal bone posteriorly and terminates inferiorly under the attachment of the inferior concha.