- At the back of the frontal bone; behind the forehead.
- Toward the rear of the frontal lobe.
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Examples from the Web for postfrontal
The jugal process meets also a down-growth from the postfrontal.
The bones of origin included jugal, postorbital, postfrontal, parietal and squamosal.
The postfrontal extends laterally and ventrally and has a terminal extension that projects anterolaterally.
In an articulated skull the trans-palatine articulates with the ventrolateral articulating surface of the postfrontal.
The exact position of the suture between the prefrontal and postfrontal is not known.