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Full Record: x-96-11-087/087-FE7.TIF

96-11-087

Feature 7

This is an isolated calotte, with a healed fracture and partially healed surgery. The external vault is covered with small bony bumps, and there is visible vault asymmetry.

Full Record: x-96-11-087/087-FE8.TIF

96-11-087

Feature 8

This is an isolated calotte, with a healed fracture and partially healed surgery. The external vault is covered with small bony bumps, and there is visible vault asymmetry.

Full Record: x-96-11-088ab/088A-AN.TIF

96-11-088AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) is missing incisors and LM2-3, as well as the calotte. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused and the RM3 is only partially erupted. The central incisor alveoli are resorbed. There is a mostly-healed fracture of the right inferior orbital margin. The nasal bones have lost contact with maxillae and are depressed inferiorly. There is a weak Carabelli’s cusp on the M1s (stronger on the right). The foramen lacerum/carotid foramina are bifid. The internal acoustic meati are extremely large. The hypoglossal canals are nearly fully bridged by osteophytic intrusions. Sphenoid spines are pronounced. There are two bony osteophytes at the lateral and posterior left foramen ovale, and one osteophyte lateral to the right f. ovale. Mandible (b) is missing only the LI1 and P4s (the LP4 alveolus resorbed). LM3 is almost fully erupted but RM3 is barely erupted from its crypt. Osteophytes mark the anterior mental surface (one inferior to RI1-2 and one at the mental eminence).

Full Record: x-96-11-088ab/088AB-LL.TIF

96-11-088AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing incisors and LM2-3, as well as the calotte. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused and the RM3 is only partially erupted. The central incisor alveoli are resorbed. There is a mostly-healed fracture of the right inferior orbital margin. The nasal bones have lost contact with maxillae and are depressed inferiorly. There is a weak Carabelli’s cusp on the M1s (stronger on the right). The foramen lacerum/carotid foramina are bifid. The internal acoustic meati are extremely large. The hypoglossal canals are nearly fully bridged by osteophytic intrusions. Sphenoid spines are pronounced. There are two bony osteophytes at the lateral and posterior left foramen ovale, and one osteophyte lateral to the right f. ovale. Mandible (b) is missing only the LI1 and P4s (the LP4 alveolus resorbed). LM3 is almost fully erupted but RM3 is barely erupted from its crypt. Osteophytes mark the anterior mental surface (one inferior to RI1-2 and one at the mental eminence).

Full Record: x-96-11-088ab/088AB-RL.TIF

96-11-088AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing incisors and LM2-3, as well as the calotte. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused and the RM3 is only partially erupted. The central incisor alveoli are resorbed. There is a mostly-healed fracture of the right inferior orbital margin. The nasal bones have lost contact with maxillae and are depressed inferiorly. There is a weak Carabelli’s cusp on the M1s (stronger on the right). The foramen lacerum/carotid foramina are bifid. The internal acoustic meati are extremely large. The hypoglossal canals are nearly fully bridged by osteophytic intrusions. Sphenoid spines are pronounced. There are two bony osteophytes at the lateral and posterior left foramen ovale, and one osteophyte lateral to the right f. ovale. Mandible (b) is missing only the LI1 and P4s (the LP4 alveolus resorbed). LM3 is almost fully erupted but RM3 is barely erupted from its crypt. Osteophytes mark the anterior mental surface (one inferior to RI1-2 and one at the mental eminence).

Full Record: x-96-11-088ab/088B-AN.TIF

96-11-088AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) is missing incisors and LM2-3, as well as the calotte. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused and the RM3 is only partially erupted. The central incisor alveoli are resorbed. There is a mostly-healed fracture of the right inferior orbital margin. The nasal bones have lost contact with maxillae and are depressed inferiorly. There is a weak Carabelli’s cusp on the M1s (stronger on the right). The foramen lacerum/carotid foramina are bifid. The internal acoustic meati are extremely large. The hypoglossal canals are nearly fully bridged by osteophytic intrusions. Sphenoid spines are pronounced. There are two bony osteophytes at the lateral and posterior left foramen ovale, and one osteophyte lateral to the right f. ovale. Mandible (b) is missing only the LI1 and P4s (the LP4 alveolus resorbed). LM3 is almost fully erupted but RM3 is barely erupted from its crypt. Osteophytes mark the anterior mental surface (one inferior to RI1-2 and one at the mental eminence).

Full Record: x-96-11-088ab/088B-IN.TIF

96-11-088AB

Inferior

Cranium (a) is missing incisors and LM2-3, as well as the calotte. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused and the RM3 is only partially erupted. The central incisor alveoli are resorbed. There is a mostly-healed fracture of the right inferior orbital margin. The nasal bones have lost contact with maxillae and are depressed inferiorly. There is a weak Carabelli’s cusp on the M1s (stronger on the right). The foramen lacerum/carotid foramina are bifid. The internal acoustic meati are extremely large. The hypoglossal canals are nearly fully bridged by osteophytic intrusions. Sphenoid spines are pronounced. There are two bony osteophytes at the lateral and posterior left foramen ovale, and one osteophyte lateral to the right f. ovale. Mandible (b) is missing only the LI1 and P4s (the LP4 alveolus resorbed). LM3 is almost fully erupted but RM3 is barely erupted from its crypt. Osteophytes mark the anterior mental surface (one inferior to RI1-2 and one at the mental eminence).

Full Record: x-96-11-088ab/088B-LL.TIF

96-11-088AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing incisors and LM2-3, as well as the calotte. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused and the RM3 is only partially erupted. The central incisor alveoli are resorbed. There is a mostly-healed fracture of the right inferior orbital margin. The nasal bones have lost contact with maxillae and are depressed inferiorly. There is a weak Carabelli’s cusp on the M1s (stronger on the right). The foramen lacerum/carotid foramina are bifid. The internal acoustic meati are extremely large. The hypoglossal canals are nearly fully bridged by osteophytic intrusions. Sphenoid spines are pronounced. There are two bony osteophytes at the lateral and posterior left foramen ovale, and one osteophyte lateral to the right f. ovale. Mandible (b) is missing only the LI1 and P4s (the LP4 alveolus resorbed). LM3 is almost fully erupted but RM3 is barely erupted from its crypt. Osteophytes mark the anterior mental surface (one inferior to RI1-2 and one at the mental eminence).

Full Record: x-96-11-088ab/088B-PO.TIF

96-11-088AB

Posterior

Cranium (a) is missing incisors and LM2-3, as well as the calotte. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused and the RM3 is only partially erupted. The central incisor alveoli are resorbed. There is a mostly-healed fracture of the right inferior orbital margin. The nasal bones have lost contact with maxillae and are depressed inferiorly. There is a weak Carabelli’s cusp on the M1s (stronger on the right). The foramen lacerum/carotid foramina are bifid. The internal acoustic meati are extremely large. The hypoglossal canals are nearly fully bridged by osteophytic intrusions. Sphenoid spines are pronounced. There are two bony osteophytes at the lateral and posterior left foramen ovale, and one osteophyte lateral to the right f. ovale. Mandible (b) is missing only the LI1 and P4s (the LP4 alveolus resorbed). LM3 is almost fully erupted but RM3 is barely erupted from its crypt. Osteophytes mark the anterior mental surface (one inferior to RI1-2 and one at the mental eminence).

Full Record: x-96-11-088ab/088B-RL.TIF

96-11-088AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing incisors and LM2-3, as well as the calotte. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused and the RM3 is only partially erupted. The central incisor alveoli are resorbed. There is a mostly-healed fracture of the right inferior orbital margin. The nasal bones have lost contact with maxillae and are depressed inferiorly. There is a weak Carabelli’s cusp on the M1s (stronger on the right). The foramen lacerum/carotid foramina are bifid. The internal acoustic meati are extremely large. The hypoglossal canals are nearly fully bridged by osteophytic intrusions. Sphenoid spines are pronounced. There are two bony osteophytes at the lateral and posterior left foramen ovale, and one osteophyte lateral to the right f. ovale. Mandible (b) is missing only the LI1 and P4s (the LP4 alveolus resorbed). LM3 is almost fully erupted but RM3 is barely erupted from its crypt. Osteophytes mark the anterior mental surface (one inferior to RI1-2 and one at the mental eminence).

Full Record: x-96-11-088ab/088B-SU.TIF

96-11-088AB

Superior

Cranium (a) is missing incisors and LM2-3, as well as the calotte. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused and the RM3 is only partially erupted. The central incisor alveoli are resorbed. There is a mostly-healed fracture of the right inferior orbital margin. The nasal bones have lost contact with maxillae and are depressed inferiorly. There is a weak Carabelli’s cusp on the M1s (stronger on the right). The foramen lacerum/carotid foramina are bifid. The internal acoustic meati are extremely large. The hypoglossal canals are nearly fully bridged by osteophytic intrusions. Sphenoid spines are pronounced. There are two bony osteophytes at the lateral and posterior left foramen ovale, and one osteophyte lateral to the right f. ovale. Mandible (b) is missing only the LI1 and P4s (the LP4 alveolus resorbed). LM3 is almost fully erupted but RM3 is barely erupted from its crypt. Osteophytes mark the anterior mental surface (one inferior to RI1-2 and one at the mental eminence).

Full Record: x-96-11-088ab/088-DN.TIF

96-11-088AB

Mandibular Dentition

Cranium (a) is missing incisors and LM2-3, as well as the calotte. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused and the RM3 is only partially erupted. The central incisor alveoli are resorbed. There is a mostly-healed fracture of the right inferior orbital margin. The nasal bones have lost contact with maxillae and are depressed inferiorly. There is a weak Carabelli’s cusp on the M1s (stronger on the right). The foramen lacerum/carotid foramina are bifid. The internal acoustic meati are extremely large. The hypoglossal canals are nearly fully bridged by osteophytic intrusions. Sphenoid spines are pronounced. There are two bony osteophytes at the lateral and posterior left foramen ovale, and one osteophyte lateral to the right f. ovale. Mandible (b) is missing only the LI1 and P4s (the LP4 alveolus resorbed). LM3 is almost fully erupted but RM3 is barely erupted from its crypt. Osteophytes mark the anterior mental surface (one inferior to RI1-2 and one at the mental eminence).

Full Record: x-96-11-088ab/088-DX.TIF

96-11-088AB

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium (a) is missing incisors and LM2-3, as well as the calotte. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused and the RM3 is only partially erupted. The central incisor alveoli are resorbed. There is a mostly-healed fracture of the right inferior orbital margin. The nasal bones have lost contact with maxillae and are depressed inferiorly. There is a weak Carabelli’s cusp on the M1s (stronger on the right). The foramen lacerum/carotid foramina are bifid. The internal acoustic meati are extremely large. The hypoglossal canals are nearly fully bridged by osteophytic intrusions. Sphenoid spines are pronounced. There are two bony osteophytes at the lateral and posterior left foramen ovale, and one osteophyte lateral to the right f. ovale. Mandible (b) is missing only the LI1 and P4s (the LP4 alveolus resorbed). LM3 is almost fully erupted but RM3 is barely erupted from its crypt. Osteophytes mark the anterior mental surface (one inferior to RI1-2 and one at the mental eminence).

Full Record: x-96-11-088ab/088A-IN.TIF

96-11-088AB

Inferior

Cranium (a) is missing incisors and LM2-3, as well as the calotte. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused and the RM3 is only partially erupted. The central incisor alveoli are resorbed. There is a mostly-healed fracture of the right inferior orbital margin. The nasal bones have lost contact with maxillae and are depressed inferiorly. There is a weak Carabelli’s cusp on the M1s (stronger on the right). The foramen lacerum/carotid foramina are bifid. The internal acoustic meati are extremely large. The hypoglossal canals are nearly fully bridged by osteophytic intrusions. Sphenoid spines are pronounced. There are two bony osteophytes at the lateral and posterior left foramen ovale, and one osteophyte lateral to the right f. ovale. Mandible (b) is missing only the LI1 and P4s (the LP4 alveolus resorbed). LM3 is almost fully erupted but RM3 is barely erupted from its crypt. Osteophytes mark the anterior mental surface (one inferior to RI1-2 and one at the mental eminence).

Full Record: x-96-11-088ab/088A-LL.TIF

96-11-088AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing incisors and LM2-3, as well as the calotte. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused and the RM3 is only partially erupted. The central incisor alveoli are resorbed. There is a mostly-healed fracture of the right inferior orbital margin. The nasal bones have lost contact with maxillae and are depressed inferiorly. There is a weak Carabelli’s cusp on the M1s (stronger on the right). The foramen lacerum/carotid foramina are bifid. The internal acoustic meati are extremely large. The hypoglossal canals are nearly fully bridged by osteophytic intrusions. Sphenoid spines are pronounced. There are two bony osteophytes at the lateral and posterior left foramen ovale, and one osteophyte lateral to the right f. ovale. Mandible (b) is missing only the LI1 and P4s (the LP4 alveolus resorbed). LM3 is almost fully erupted but RM3 is barely erupted from its crypt. Osteophytes mark the anterior mental surface (one inferior to RI1-2 and one at the mental eminence).

Full Record: x-96-11-088ab/088A-PO.TIF

96-11-088AB

Posterior

Cranium (a) is missing incisors and LM2-3, as well as the calotte. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused and the RM3 is only partially erupted. The central incisor alveoli are resorbed. There is a mostly-healed fracture of the right inferior orbital margin. The nasal bones have lost contact with maxillae and are depressed inferiorly. There is a weak Carabelli’s cusp on the M1s (stronger on the right). The foramen lacerum/carotid foramina are bifid. The internal acoustic meati are extremely large. The hypoglossal canals are nearly fully bridged by osteophytic intrusions. Sphenoid spines are pronounced. There are two bony osteophytes at the lateral and posterior left foramen ovale, and one osteophyte lateral to the right f. ovale. Mandible (b) is missing only the LI1 and P4s (the LP4 alveolus resorbed). LM3 is almost fully erupted but RM3 is barely erupted from its crypt. Osteophytes mark the anterior mental surface (one inferior to RI1-2 and one at the mental eminence).

Full Record: x-96-11-088ab/088A-RL.TIF

96-11-088AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing incisors and LM2-3, as well as the calotte. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused and the RM3 is only partially erupted. The central incisor alveoli are resorbed. There is a mostly-healed fracture of the right inferior orbital margin. The nasal bones have lost contact with maxillae and are depressed inferiorly. There is a weak Carabelli’s cusp on the M1s (stronger on the right). The foramen lacerum/carotid foramina are bifid. The internal acoustic meati are extremely large. The hypoglossal canals are nearly fully bridged by osteophytic intrusions. Sphenoid spines are pronounced. There are two bony osteophytes at the lateral and posterior left foramen ovale, and one osteophyte lateral to the right f. ovale. Mandible (b) is missing only the LI1 and P4s (the LP4 alveolus resorbed). LM3 is almost fully erupted but RM3 is barely erupted from its crypt. Osteophytes mark the anterior mental surface (one inferior to RI1-2 and one at the mental eminence).

Full Record: x-96-11-088ab/088A-SU.TIF

96-11-088AB

Superior

Cranium (a) is missing incisors and LM2-3, as well as the calotte. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused and the RM3 is only partially erupted. The central incisor alveoli are resorbed. There is a mostly-healed fracture of the right inferior orbital margin. The nasal bones have lost contact with maxillae and are depressed inferiorly. There is a weak Carabelli’s cusp on the M1s (stronger on the right). The foramen lacerum/carotid foramina are bifid. The internal acoustic meati are extremely large. The hypoglossal canals are nearly fully bridged by osteophytic intrusions. Sphenoid spines are pronounced. There are two bony osteophytes at the lateral and posterior left foramen ovale, and one osteophyte lateral to the right f. ovale. Mandible (b) is missing only the LI1 and P4s (the LP4 alveolus resorbed). LM3 is almost fully erupted but RM3 is barely erupted from its crypt. Osteophytes mark the anterior mental surface (one inferior to RI1-2 and one at the mental eminence).

Full Record: x-96-11-088ab/088AB-AN.TIF

96-11-088AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) is missing incisors and LM2-3, as well as the calotte. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused and the RM3 is only partially erupted. The central incisor alveoli are resorbed. There is a mostly-healed fracture of the right inferior orbital margin. The nasal bones have lost contact with maxillae and are depressed inferiorly. There is a weak Carabelli’s cusp on the M1s (stronger on the right). The foramen lacerum/carotid foramina are bifid. The internal acoustic meati are extremely large. The hypoglossal canals are nearly fully bridged by osteophytic intrusions. Sphenoid spines are pronounced. There are two bony osteophytes at the lateral and posterior left foramen ovale, and one osteophyte lateral to the right f. ovale. Mandible (b) is missing only the LI1 and P4s (the LP4 alveolus resorbed). LM3 is almost fully erupted but RM3 is barely erupted from its crypt. Osteophytes mark the anterior mental surface (one inferior to RI1-2 and one at the mental eminence).

Full Record: x-96-11-089/089-AN.TIF

96-11-089

Anterior

Cranium is missing all teeth, the occipital is wired onto rest of vault and the calotte is missing. The right half of the vault is hypertrophied; that is, the bone is thicker and protrudes outward more than L. There is active remodeling (deposition and resorption) of the dorsum sellae. There are osteophytes on sella turcica toward anterior clinoid processes (bilaterally). There is osteophytic intrusion of the left petrosal into the sigmoid sinus. The right middle meningeal artery on parietal at tip of lesser wing is very deep, exposing the cranial cavity. The right petrosal is fused with the sphenoid, creating a large, circular foramen lacerum. The right foramina spinosa and ovale are confluent. Bone about the orbits is thin.

Full Record: x-96-11-089/089-DX.TIF

96-11-089

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium is missing all teeth, the occipital is wired onto rest of vault and the calotte is missing. The right half of the vault is hypertrophied; that is, the bone is thicker and protrudes outward more than L. There is active remodeling (deposition and resorption) of the dorsum sellae. There are osteophytes on sella turcica toward anterior clinoid processes (bilaterally). There is osteophytic intrusion of the left petrosal into the sigmoid sinus. The right middle meningeal artery on parietal at tip of lesser wing is very deep, exposing the cranial cavity. The right petrosal is fused with the sphenoid, creating a large, circular foramen lacerum. The right foramina spinosa and ovale are confluent. Bone about the orbits is thin.

Full Record: x-96-11-089/089-IN.TIF

96-11-089

Inferior

Cranium is missing all teeth, the occipital is wired onto rest of vault and the calotte is missing. The right half of the vault is hypertrophied; that is, the bone is thicker and protrudes outward more than L. There is active remodeling (deposition and resorption) of the dorsum sellae. There are osteophytes on sella turcica toward anterior clinoid processes (bilaterally). There is osteophytic intrusion of the left petrosal into the sigmoid sinus. The right middle meningeal artery on parietal at tip of lesser wing is very deep, exposing the cranial cavity. The right petrosal is fused with the sphenoid, creating a large, circular foramen lacerum. The right foramina spinosa and ovale are confluent. Bone about the orbits is thin.

Full Record: x-96-11-089/089-LL.TIF

96-11-089

Left Lateral

Cranium is missing all teeth, the occipital is wired onto rest of vault and the calotte is missing. The right half of the vault is hypertrophied; that is, the bone is thicker and protrudes outward more than L. There is active remodeling (deposition and resorption) of the dorsum sellae. There are osteophytes on sella turcica toward anterior clinoid processes (bilaterally). There is osteophytic intrusion of the left petrosal into the sigmoid sinus. The right middle meningeal artery on parietal at tip of lesser wing is very deep, exposing the cranial cavity. The right petrosal is fused with the sphenoid, creating a large, circular foramen lacerum. The right foramina spinosa and ovale are confluent. Bone about the orbits is thin.

Full Record: x-96-11-089/089-PO.TIF

96-11-089

Posterior

Cranium is missing all teeth, the occipital is wired onto rest of vault and the calotte is missing. The right half of the vault is hypertrophied; that is, the bone is thicker and protrudes outward more than L. There is active remodeling (deposition and resorption) of the dorsum sellae. There are osteophytes on sella turcica toward anterior clinoid processes (bilaterally). There is osteophytic intrusion of the left petrosal into the sigmoid sinus. The right middle meningeal artery on parietal at tip of lesser wing is very deep, exposing the cranial cavity. The right petrosal is fused with the sphenoid, creating a large, circular foramen lacerum. The right foramina spinosa and ovale are confluent. Bone about the orbits is thin.

Full Record: x-96-11-089/089-RL.TIF

96-11-089

Right Lateral

Cranium is missing all teeth, the occipital is wired onto rest of vault and the calotte is missing. The right half of the vault is hypertrophied; that is, the bone is thicker and protrudes outward more than L. There is active remodeling (deposition and resorption) of the dorsum sellae. There are osteophytes on sella turcica toward anterior clinoid processes (bilaterally). There is osteophytic intrusion of the left petrosal into the sigmoid sinus. The right middle meningeal artery on parietal at tip of lesser wing is very deep, exposing the cranial cavity. The right petrosal is fused with the sphenoid, creating a large, circular foramen lacerum. The right foramina spinosa and ovale are confluent. Bone about the orbits is thin.

Full Record: x-96-11-089/089-SU.TIF

96-11-089

Superior

Cranium is missing all teeth, the occipital is wired onto rest of vault and the calotte is missing. The right half of the vault is hypertrophied; that is, the bone is thicker and protrudes outward more than L. There is active remodeling (deposition and resorption) of the dorsum sellae. There are osteophytes on sella turcica toward anterior clinoid processes (bilaterally). There is osteophytic intrusion of the left petrosal into the sigmoid sinus. The right middle meningeal artery on parietal at tip of lesser wing is very deep, exposing the cranial cavity. The right petrosal is fused with the sphenoid, creating a large, circular foramen lacerum. The right foramina spinosa and ovale are confluent. Bone about the orbits is thin.

Full Record: x-96-11-090ab/090A-AN.TIF

96-11-090AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption, and the calotte is loose. Vault bone is very thick. The occiput is protuberant. The sagittal and lambdoid sutures are partly obliterated. There is bony growth and deposition endocranially on the frontal bone and middle cranial fossae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth and the corpus is quite small due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-090ab/090AB-RL.TIF

96-11-090AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption, and the calotte is loose. Vault bone is very thick. The occiput is protuberant. The sagittal and lambdoid sutures are partly obliterated. There is bony growth and deposition endocranially on the frontal bone and middle cranial fossae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth and the corpus is quite small due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-090ab/090B-SU.TIF

96-11-090AB

Superior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption, and the calotte is loose. Vault bone is very thick. The occiput is protuberant. The sagittal and lambdoid sutures are partly obliterated. There is bony growth and deposition endocranially on the frontal bone and middle cranial fossae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth and the corpus is quite small due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-090ab/090-DX.TIF

96-11-090AB

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption, and the calotte is loose. Vault bone is very thick. The occiput is protuberant. The sagittal and lambdoid sutures are partly obliterated. There is bony growth and deposition endocranially on the frontal bone and middle cranial fossae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth and the corpus is quite small due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-090ab/090A-IN.TIF

96-11-090AB

Inferior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption, and the calotte is loose. Vault bone is very thick. The occiput is protuberant. The sagittal and lambdoid sutures are partly obliterated. There is bony growth and deposition endocranially on the frontal bone and middle cranial fossae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth and the corpus is quite small due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-090ab/090A-LL.TIF

96-11-090AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption, and the calotte is loose. Vault bone is very thick. The occiput is protuberant. The sagittal and lambdoid sutures are partly obliterated. There is bony growth and deposition endocranially on the frontal bone and middle cranial fossae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth and the corpus is quite small due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-090ab/090A-PO.TIF

96-11-090AB

Posterior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption, and the calotte is loose. Vault bone is very thick. The occiput is protuberant. The sagittal and lambdoid sutures are partly obliterated. There is bony growth and deposition endocranially on the frontal bone and middle cranial fossae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth and the corpus is quite small due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-090ab/090A-RL.TIF

96-11-090AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption, and the calotte is loose. Vault bone is very thick. The occiput is protuberant. The sagittal and lambdoid sutures are partly obliterated. There is bony growth and deposition endocranially on the frontal bone and middle cranial fossae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth and the corpus is quite small due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-090ab/090A-SU.TIF

96-11-090AB

Superior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption, and the calotte is loose. Vault bone is very thick. The occiput is protuberant. The sagittal and lambdoid sutures are partly obliterated. There is bony growth and deposition endocranially on the frontal bone and middle cranial fossae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth and the corpus is quite small due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-090ab/090AB-AN.TIF

96-11-090AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption, and the calotte is loose. Vault bone is very thick. The occiput is protuberant. The sagittal and lambdoid sutures are partly obliterated. There is bony growth and deposition endocranially on the frontal bone and middle cranial fossae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth and the corpus is quite small due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-090ab/090AB-LL.TIF

96-11-090AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption, and the calotte is loose. Vault bone is very thick. The occiput is protuberant. The sagittal and lambdoid sutures are partly obliterated. There is bony growth and deposition endocranially on the frontal bone and middle cranial fossae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth and the corpus is quite small due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-091/091-AN.TIF

96-11-091

Anterior

Cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. There are healed nasal bone fractures. The flat right supraorbital costa suggests an additional healed fracture. There is extensive bony spotty deposition across vault. The supraorbital/glabella region is massively developed. The coronal suture is obliterated by posterior-ward deposition from the frontal bone. Bregma is porous and resorptive. The left dorsum sellae is connected with the left petrosal by a flat stretch of bone.

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Feature 8

Cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. There are healed nasal bone fractures. The flat right supraorbital costa suggests an additional healed fracture. There is extensive bony spotty deposition across vault. The supraorbital/glabella region is massively developed. The coronal suture is obliterated by posterior-ward deposition from the frontal bone. Bregma is porous and resorptive. The left dorsum sellae is connected with the left petrosal by a flat stretch of bone.

Full Record: x-96-11-091/091-FE9.TIF

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Feature 9

Cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. There are healed nasal bone fractures. The flat right supraorbital costa suggests an additional healed fracture. There is extensive bony spotty deposition across vault. The supraorbital/glabella region is massively developed. The coronal suture is obliterated by posterior-ward deposition from the frontal bone. Bregma is porous and resorptive. The left dorsum sellae is connected with the left petrosal by a flat stretch of bone.

Full Record: x-96-11-091/091-FE10.TIF

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Feature 10

Cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. There are healed nasal bone fractures. The flat right supraorbital costa suggests an additional healed fracture. There is extensive bony spotty deposition across vault. The supraorbital/glabella region is massively developed. The coronal suture is obliterated by posterior-ward deposition from the frontal bone. Bregma is porous and resorptive. The left dorsum sellae is connected with the left petrosal by a flat stretch of bone.

Full Record: x-96-11-091/091-IN.TIF

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Inferior

Cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. There are healed nasal bone fractures. The flat right supraorbital costa suggests an additional healed fracture. There is extensive bony spotty deposition across vault. The supraorbital/glabella region is massively developed. The coronal suture is obliterated by posterior-ward deposition from the frontal bone. Bregma is porous and resorptive. The left dorsum sellae is connected with the left petrosal by a flat stretch of bone.

Full Record: x-96-11-091/091-LL.TIF

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Left Lateral

Cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. There are healed nasal bone fractures. The flat right supraorbital costa suggests an additional healed fracture. There is extensive bony spotty deposition across vault. The supraorbital/glabella region is massively developed. The coronal suture is obliterated by posterior-ward deposition from the frontal bone. Bregma is porous and resorptive. The left dorsum sellae is connected with the left petrosal by a flat stretch of bone.

Full Record: x-96-11-091/091-PO.TIF

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Posterior

Cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. There are healed nasal bone fractures. The flat right supraorbital costa suggests an additional healed fracture. There is extensive bony spotty deposition across vault. The supraorbital/glabella region is massively developed. The coronal suture is obliterated by posterior-ward deposition from the frontal bone. Bregma is porous and resorptive. The left dorsum sellae is connected with the left petrosal by a flat stretch of bone.

Full Record: x-96-11-091/091-RL.TIF

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Right Lateral

Cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. There are healed nasal bone fractures. The flat right supraorbital costa suggests an additional healed fracture. There is extensive bony spotty deposition across vault. The supraorbital/glabella region is massively developed. The coronal suture is obliterated by posterior-ward deposition from the frontal bone. Bregma is porous and resorptive. The left dorsum sellae is connected with the left petrosal by a flat stretch of bone.

Full Record: x-96-11-091/091-SU.TIF

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Superior

Cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. There are healed nasal bone fractures. The flat right supraorbital costa suggests an additional healed fracture. There is extensive bony spotty deposition across vault. The supraorbital/glabella region is massively developed. The coronal suture is obliterated by posterior-ward deposition from the frontal bone. Bregma is porous and resorptive. The left dorsum sellae is connected with the left petrosal by a flat stretch of bone.

Full Record: x-96-11-091/091-DX.TIF

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Maxillary Dentition

Cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. There are healed nasal bone fractures. The flat right supraorbital costa suggests an additional healed fracture. There is extensive bony spotty deposition across vault. The supraorbital/glabella region is massively developed. The coronal suture is obliterated by posterior-ward deposition from the frontal bone. Bregma is porous and resorptive. The left dorsum sellae is connected with the left petrosal by a flat stretch of bone.

Full Record: x-96-11-091/091-FE1.TIF

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Feature 1

Cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. There are healed nasal bone fractures. The flat right supraorbital costa suggests an additional healed fracture. There is extensive bony spotty deposition across vault. The supraorbital/glabella region is massively developed. The coronal suture is obliterated by posterior-ward deposition from the frontal bone. Bregma is porous and resorptive. The left dorsum sellae is connected with the left petrosal by a flat stretch of bone.

Full Record: x-96-11-091/091-FE2.TIF

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Feature 2

Cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. There are healed nasal bone fractures. The flat right supraorbital costa suggests an additional healed fracture. There is extensive bony spotty deposition across vault. The supraorbital/glabella region is massively developed. The coronal suture is obliterated by posterior-ward deposition from the frontal bone. Bregma is porous and resorptive. The left dorsum sellae is connected with the left petrosal by a flat stretch of bone.

Full Record: x-96-11-091/091-FE3.TIF

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Feature 3

Cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. There are healed nasal bone fractures. The flat right supraorbital costa suggests an additional healed fracture. There is extensive bony spotty deposition across vault. The supraorbital/glabella region is massively developed. The coronal suture is obliterated by posterior-ward deposition from the frontal bone. Bregma is porous and resorptive. The left dorsum sellae is connected with the left petrosal by a flat stretch of bone.