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*  Scalp reconstruction
It can be separated from the skull, except near the sutures. The skull consists of an inner and outer table, with spongy bone ... In musea skulls can be found which show manipulation that can be interpreted as a primitive form of surgery. In Medieval times ... Skull defects should be closed in order to protect the brain. The occipital and temporal regions bear the most pressure while ... Skull and brain 'surgery' are known from the prehistoric era. There is even evidence that scalp reconstructions dates back to ...
*  Occipital condyles
Base of skull. Inferior surface. Occipital condyles The occipital condyle is a rounded projection that is present on the ... In most dinosaurs the occipital condyle is situated at the rear part of the skull, below the foramen magnum, and points toward ... In some dinosaurs, where the skull was not preserved, the presence of a small occipital condyle suggests to some ... Position of occipital condyles (shown in red) Skull and cervical vertebra. Occipital condyles (red) articulate with the ...
*  Skull fracture
Imaging in Skull Fractures Growing skull fracture at Medpix "Tutorial: CT in Head Trauma" Head Trauma at Emedicine.com Skull ... A skull fracture is a break in one or more of the eight bones that form the cranial portion of the skull, usually occurring as ... Linear skull fractures are breaks in the bone that transverse the full thickness of the skull from the outer to inner table. ... A compound elevated skull fracture is a rare type of skull fracture where the fractured bone is elevated above the intact outer ...
*  Rhinorrhea
A basilar skull fracture can result in a rupture of the barrier between the sinonasal cavity and the anterior cranial fossae or ...
*  Eolambia
... including parts of the skull, vertebrae, ischium, and leg. CEUM 5212, a partial skull and forelimb from an adult, was found ... At the back of the skull, the quadrate articulates with the squamosal with a joint that is D-shaped when viewed from the top. ... The supraoccipital bone, which forms the top portion of the back of the skull, is flat and nearly vertical, as is the case in ... Initial estimates placed the length of its skull at 1 metre (3 ft 3 in) in length, although this was due to a ...
*  Procompsognathus
However, in 1993 Sankar Chatterjee after further preparation refuted their assessment and regarded the skull as that of a ... The postcranial skeleton, for which she reserved the inventory number SMNS 12591, was a coelophysoid; and the skull, now ... In 1998 Chatterjee noted that the skull of Procompsognathus possesses a suite of theropod synapomorphies, which included: the ... a partial skull and lower jaws from a larger individual than the holotype, and SMNS 12352a, an isolated left hand. ...
*  Craniosynostosis
Assessment of the skull from a top view shows asymmetry of the frontal bones, an increased width of the skull and a forward ... The goal is to assess the shape of the forehead, the skull length, the width of the skull, position of the ears and the ... The fusion of this suture causes a certain change in the shape of the skull; a deformity of the skull. Virchow's law dictates ... This asymmetry shows in the skull deformity, as well as in the facial deformity and the complications. This time, the skull ...
*  Dinosaur
... skulls and tails elongated; teeth typically narrow and pencil-like) †Macronaria (boxy skulls; spoon- or pencil-shaped teeth) † ... Therrien, F.; Henderson, D.M. (2007). "My theropod is bigger than yours ... or not: estimating body size from skull length in ... dal Sasso C, Maganuco S, Buffetaut E, Mendez MA (2006). "New information on the skull of the enigmatic theropod Spinosaurus, ... For example, as diapsids, dinosaurs ancestrally had two pairs of temporal fenestrae (openings in the skull behind the eyes), ...
*  Chordoma
... s can arise from bone in the skull base and anywhere along the spine. The two most common locations are cranially at ...
*  Evolution of dinosaurs
The ratio of skull length to body length is much higher in Eoraptor than in sauropods. The longest skull graphed is of ... Diversity of ceratopsian skulls. A) Skeleton of Protoceratops. B) to I) Skulls. B) & C) Psittacosaurus side & top. D) & E) ... Another difference is in the skull, the upper skull of the Ornithischia is more solid and the joint connecting the lower jaw is ... The skull of Nemegtosaurus was found near the headless skeleton of 11 metre (36 ft) long Opisthocoelicaudia, and it has been ...
*  Allosaurus
... has been used informally for convenience when distinguishing between the skull Gilmore restored and the composite skull ... The skull had a pair of horns above and in front of the eyes. These horns were composed of extensions of the lacrimal bones, ... The skull and lower jaws had joints that permitted motion within these units. In the lower jaws, the bones of the front and ... Its skull was large and equipped with dozens of sharp, serrated teeth. It averaged 8.5 m (28 ft) in length, though fragmentary ...
*  Metopism
... or persistence of the frontal metopic suture in the adult human skull. The premature fusion of cranial sutures named ...
*  Cerebrospinal fluid rhinorrhoea
It is a sign of basal skull fracture. Management includes watchful waiting - leaks often stop spontaneously; if this does not ... Other signs of basal skull fracture includes CSF otorrhoea (drainage of CSF through the ear). It can have devastating ... The most common congenital or acquired defect in the skull base bones (anterior cranial fossa) at the spontaneous nasal ...
*  Cerebrospinal fluid leak
If the leak is strong or fast, the loss of CSF fluid can cause the brain to drop inside the skull due to the body's inability ... This is called a Chiari malformation where the brain is lower in the skull almost in the spinal canal. MedlinePlus Encyclopedia ...
*  Physiology of dinosaurs
Pneumatization of the skull (such as paranasal sinuses) is found in both synapsids and archosaurs, but postcranial ...
*  Basilar skull fracture
Serious cases usually result in death Basilar skull fractures include breaks in the posterior skull base or anterior skull base ... A basilar skull fracture is a break of a bone in the base of the skull. Symptoms may include bruising behind the ears, bruising ... Basilar skull fractures are a common cause of death in many motor racing accidents. Drivers who have died as a result of ... Bones may be broken around the foramen magnum, the hole in the base of the skull through which the brain stem exits and becomes ...
*  Spontaneous cerebrospinal fluid leak
A loss of CSF greater than its rate of production leads to a decreased volume inside the skull known as intracranial ... Subdural effusion Lloyd, K. M.; Delgaudio, J. M.; Hudgins, P. A. (2008). "Imaging of Skull Base Cerebrospinal Fluid Leaks in ... at the base of the skull. The lower portion of the brain is believed to stretch or impact one or more cranial nerve complexes, ...
*  Hadrosaurid
In some genera, including Edmontosaurus, the whole front of the skull was flat and broadened out to form a beak, which was ... hadrosaurs had a unique hinge between the upper jaws and the rest of its skull. The team found the dinosaur's upper jaws pushed ... and reduces the stress that chewing puts on the skull. Analysis of the wear patterns of the teeth has provided further insight ...
*  Acrocanthosaurus
Its skull alone was nearly 1.3 m (4.3 ft) in length. The skull of Acrocanthosaurus, like most other allosauroids, was long, low ... The skull of the Acrocanthosaurus atokensis holotype shows light exostotic material on the squamosal. The neural spine of the ... The first (SMU 74646) is a partial skeleton, missing most of the skull, recovered from the Twin Mountains Formation of Texas ... Therrien, F.; Henderson, D.M. (2007). "My theropod is bigger than yours...or not: estimating body size from skull length in ...
*  Dakotaraptor
It consists of a partial skeleton, lacking the skull, of an adult individual. It contains a piece of a back vertebra, ten tail ... The fossils contain an incomplete skeleton without a skull and some individual bones. They have been found in the Maastrichtian ...
*  Shuvuuia
The skull is lightly built with long and slender jaws and minute teeth. Shuvuuia is unique among non-avian theropods in the ... Chiappe, L.M., Norell, M. A., and Clark, J. M. (1998). "The skull of a relative of the stem-group bird Mononykus." Nature, 392( ... skull's ability to perform prokinesis, that is, it could flex its upper jaw independently of its braincase. The hindlimbs of ...
*  Ornithomimosauria
The skulls of ornithomimosaurs were small, with large eyes, above relatively long and slender necks. Some primitive species ( ...
*  Pteranodon
The skull Eaton thought belonged to P. ingens was placed in the new species Pteranodon marshi, and the skull Eaton assigned to ... A second, smaller skull soon was discovered as well. These skulls showed that the North American pterosaurs were different from ... These crests consisted of skull bones (frontals) projecting upward and backward from the skull. The size and shape of these ... He considered the smaller skull to belong to Pteranodon occidentalis, based on its size. Marsh classified the larger skull, YPM ...
*  Skull
Dept of Anth Skull Module Skull Anatomy Tutorial. Bird Skull Collection Bird skull database with very large collection of ... Human skull base with very detailed labelling in German Human Skulls / Anthropological Skulls / Comparison of Skulls of ... Much of the skull is formed from cartilage, and its overall structure is reduced. The skulls of the earliest tetrapods closely ... Like the skulls of other vertebrates, it protects the brain from injury. The skull consists of two parts, of different ...
*  Skull Orchard
... Revisited. Dusted Review. "Skull Orchard". jonlangford.de. Retrieved 2011-01-01. Hank Small. "Skull Orchard album ... Brunner, Rob (1998-03-27). "Skull Orchard". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 2017-11-29. Skull Orchard review. - www.nme.com. ... Skull Orchard is the debut solo album by Jon Langford, recorded in August 1997 and released on January 20, 1998 by Sugar Free ... Skull Orchard, described on its release in 1998 as Langford's most Welsh release ever, had two homonymically-linked themes: ...