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- superiorly with the orbital plate of the frontal bone
- inferiorly with the maxilla and orbital process of the palatine bone
- anteriorly with the lacrimal bone
- posteriorly with the sphenoid bone
It thickens posteriorly to form the optic tubercle, protecting the optic nerve.
History and etymology
Lamina papyracea is Latin for paper-thin, which is an appropriate term to describe this thin sheet or paper-like osseous structure.