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Full Record: x-96-11-091/091-FE4.TIF

96-11-091

Feature 4

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-FE5.TIF

96-11-091

Feature 5

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-FE6.TIF

96-11-091

Feature 6

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-FE7.TIF

96-11-091

Feature 7

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-96-11-092/092-AN.TIF

96-11-092

Anterior

Cranium is missing all teeth, as most alveoli are resorbed. Bone of the vault is thick, rendering the cranium fairly heavy. In fact there is general hypertrophy, including glabella and the superior nuchal lines. The median nuchal line is quite excavated laterally (i.e. prominent). Juxtamastoid crests/eminences are prominent. There are large and multiple mastoid foramina (viz. on the right). There is a partially healed fracture of nasal bones and left maxillary frontal process. The entire left half of the face/zygomatic arch is displaced posteriorly. There is a deep lesion at the left anterior-inferior nasal margin. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated and the lambdoid partly so. The occipital condyles are flat with arthritis. Right hypoglossal canal is large and bifid. The left posterior zygomatico-frontal suture intrudes into temporal foramen/fossa (anteriorly, where the sphenoid fossa surface is most concave).

Full Record: x-96-11-092/092-DX.TIF

96-11-092

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium is missing all teeth, as most alveoli are resorbed. Bone of the vault is thick, rendering the cranium fairly heavy. In fact there is general hypertrophy, including glabella and the superior nuchal lines. The median nuchal line is quite excavated laterally (i.e. prominent). Juxtamastoid crests/eminences are prominent. There are large and multiple mastoid foramina (viz. on the right). There is a partially healed fracture of nasal bones and left maxillary frontal process. The entire left half of the face/zygomatic arch is displaced posteriorly. There is a deep lesion at the left anterior-inferior nasal margin. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated and the lambdoid partly so. The occipital condyles are flat with arthritis. Right hypoglossal canal is large and bifid. The left posterior zygomatico-frontal suture intrudes into temporal foramen/fossa (anteriorly, where the sphenoid fossa surface is most concave).

Full Record: x-96-11-092/092-IN.TIF

96-11-092

Inferior

Cranium is missing all teeth, as most alveoli are resorbed. Bone of the vault is thick, rendering the cranium fairly heavy. In fact there is general hypertrophy, including glabella and the superior nuchal lines. The median nuchal line is quite excavated laterally (i.e. prominent). Juxtamastoid crests/eminences are prominent. There are large and multiple mastoid foramina (viz. on the right). There is a partially healed fracture of nasal bones and left maxillary frontal process. The entire left half of the face/zygomatic arch is displaced posteriorly. There is a deep lesion at the left anterior-inferior nasal margin. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated and the lambdoid partly so. The occipital condyles are flat with arthritis. Right hypoglossal canal is large and bifid. The left posterior zygomatico-frontal suture intrudes into temporal foramen/fossa (anteriorly, where the sphenoid fossa surface is most concave).

Full Record: x-96-11-092/092-LL.TIF

96-11-092

Left Lateral

Cranium is missing all teeth, as most alveoli are resorbed. Bone of the vault is thick, rendering the cranium fairly heavy. In fact there is general hypertrophy, including glabella and the superior nuchal lines. The median nuchal line is quite excavated laterally (i.e. prominent). Juxtamastoid crests/eminences are prominent. There are large and multiple mastoid foramina (viz. on the right). There is a partially healed fracture of nasal bones and left maxillary frontal process. The entire left half of the face/zygomatic arch is displaced posteriorly. There is a deep lesion at the left anterior-inferior nasal margin. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated and the lambdoid partly so. The occipital condyles are flat with arthritis. Right hypoglossal canal is large and bifid. The left posterior zygomatico-frontal suture intrudes into temporal foramen/fossa (anteriorly, where the sphenoid fossa surface is most concave).

Full Record: x-96-11-092/092-PO.TIF

96-11-092

Posterior

Cranium is missing all teeth, as most alveoli are resorbed. Bone of the vault is thick, rendering the cranium fairly heavy. In fact there is general hypertrophy, including glabella and the superior nuchal lines. The median nuchal line is quite excavated laterally (i.e. prominent). Juxtamastoid crests/eminences are prominent. There are large and multiple mastoid foramina (viz. on the right). There is a partially healed fracture of nasal bones and left maxillary frontal process. The entire left half of the face/zygomatic arch is displaced posteriorly. There is a deep lesion at the left anterior-inferior nasal margin. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated and the lambdoid partly so. The occipital condyles are flat with arthritis. Right hypoglossal canal is large and bifid. The left posterior zygomatico-frontal suture intrudes into temporal foramen/fossa (anteriorly, where the sphenoid fossa surface is most concave).

Full Record: x-96-11-092/092-RL.TIF

96-11-092

Right Lateral

Cranium is missing all teeth, as most alveoli are resorbed. Bone of the vault is thick, rendering the cranium fairly heavy. In fact there is general hypertrophy, including glabella and the superior nuchal lines. The median nuchal line is quite excavated laterally (i.e. prominent). Juxtamastoid crests/eminences are prominent. There are large and multiple mastoid foramina (viz. on the right). There is a partially healed fracture of nasal bones and left maxillary frontal process. The entire left half of the face/zygomatic arch is displaced posteriorly. There is a deep lesion at the left anterior-inferior nasal margin. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated and the lambdoid partly so. The occipital condyles are flat with arthritis. Right hypoglossal canal is large and bifid. The left posterior zygomatico-frontal suture intrudes into temporal foramen/fossa (anteriorly, where the sphenoid fossa surface is most concave).

Full Record: x-96-11-092/092-SU.TIF

96-11-092

Superior

Cranium is missing all teeth, as most alveoli are resorbed. Bone of the vault is thick, rendering the cranium fairly heavy. In fact there is general hypertrophy, including glabella and the superior nuchal lines. The median nuchal line is quite excavated laterally (i.e. prominent). Juxtamastoid crests/eminences are prominent. There are large and multiple mastoid foramina (viz. on the right). There is a partially healed fracture of nasal bones and left maxillary frontal process. The entire left half of the face/zygomatic arch is displaced posteriorly. There is a deep lesion at the left anterior-inferior nasal margin. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated and the lambdoid partly so. The occipital condyles are flat with arthritis. Right hypoglossal canal is large and bifid. The left posterior zygomatico-frontal suture intrudes into temporal foramen/fossa (anteriorly, where the sphenoid fossa surface is most concave).

Full Record: x-96-11-093/093-AN.TIF

96-11-093

Anterior

This brachycephalic cranium retains RM1-3, LC-P3, LM1, and LM3. There is a large abscess at RM2 alveolus. Bone at the right orbital roof, sphenoid greater wing, and temporomandibular joint is very thin. The median nuchal line is very sharp, the left digastric groove is quite deep, and the sphenoid spines are prominent.

Full Record: x-96-11-093/093-DX.TIF

96-11-093

Maxillary Dentition

This brachycephalic cranium retains RM1-3, LC-P3, LM1, and LM3. There is a large abscess at RM2 alveolus. Bone at the right orbital roof, sphenoid greater wing, and temporomandibular joint is very thin. The median nuchal line is very sharp, the left digastric groove is quite deep, and the sphenoid spines are prominent.

Full Record: x-96-11-093/093-IN.TIF

96-11-093

Inferior

This brachycephalic cranium retains RM1-3, LC-P3, LM1, and LM3. There is a large abscess at RM2 alveolus. Bone at the right orbital roof, sphenoid greater wing, and temporomandibular joint is very thin. The median nuchal line is very sharp, the left digastric groove is quite deep, and the sphenoid spines are prominent.

Full Record: x-96-11-093/093-LL.TIF

96-11-093

Left Lateral

This brachycephalic cranium retains RM1-3, LC-P3, LM1, and LM3. There is a large abscess at RM2 alveolus. Bone at the right orbital roof, sphenoid greater wing, and temporomandibular joint is very thin. The median nuchal line is very sharp, the left digastric groove is quite deep, and the sphenoid spines are prominent.

Full Record: x-96-11-093/093-PO.TIF

96-11-093

Posterior

This brachycephalic cranium retains RM1-3, LC-P3, LM1, and LM3. There is a large abscess at RM2 alveolus. Bone at the right orbital roof, sphenoid greater wing, and temporomandibular joint is very thin. The median nuchal line is very sharp, the left digastric groove is quite deep, and the sphenoid spines are prominent.

Full Record: x-96-11-093/093-RL.TIF

96-11-093

Right Lateral

This brachycephalic cranium retains RM1-3, LC-P3, LM1, and LM3. There is a large abscess at RM2 alveolus. Bone at the right orbital roof, sphenoid greater wing, and temporomandibular joint is very thin. The median nuchal line is very sharp, the left digastric groove is quite deep, and the sphenoid spines are prominent.

Full Record: x-96-11-093/093-SU.TIF

96-11-093

Superior

This brachycephalic cranium retains RM1-3, LC-P3, LM1, and LM3. There is a large abscess at RM2 alveolus. Bone at the right orbital roof, sphenoid greater wing, and temporomandibular joint is very thin. The median nuchal line is very sharp, the left digastric groove is quite deep, and the sphenoid spines are prominent.

Full Record: x-96-11-094/094-AN.TIF

96-11-094

Anterior

Cranium retains RC, RM3, and LM1-3. The loose calotte is wired on, and the left zygomatic arch is broken. There is extensive alveolar remodeling (viz. around the molars). Vault bone is very thick and heavy. The lateral pterygoid plates nearly contact the sphenoid spines, almost creating pterygospinous foramina (bilaterally). The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is only partially fused. The left hypoglossal canal is bifid, and deep canals course between the occipital condyles and jugular foramina. There is mild arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated. The glabellar region is prominent. LM3 is abscessed buccally.

Full Record: x-96-11-094/094-DX.TIF

96-11-094

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium retains RC, RM3, and LM1-3. The loose calotte is wired on, and the left zygomatic arch is broken. There is extensive alveolar remodeling (viz. around the molars). Vault bone is very thick and heavy. The lateral pterygoid plates nearly contact the sphenoid spines, almost creating pterygospinous foramina (bilaterally). The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is only partially fused. The left hypoglossal canal is bifid, and deep canals course between the occipital condyles and jugular foramina. There is mild arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated. The glabellar region is prominent. LM3 is abscessed buccally.

Full Record: x-96-11-094/094-FE1.TIF

96-11-094

Feature 1

Cranium retains RC, RM3, and LM1-3. The loose calotte is wired on, and the left zygomatic arch is broken. There is extensive alveolar remodeling (viz. around the molars). Vault bone is very thick and heavy. The lateral pterygoid plates nearly contact the sphenoid spines, almost creating pterygospinous foramina (bilaterally). The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is only partially fused. The left hypoglossal canal is bifid, and deep canals course between the occipital condyles and jugular foramina. There is mild arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated. The glabellar region is prominent. LM3 is abscessed buccally.

Full Record: x-96-11-094/094-FE2.TIF

96-11-094

Feature 2

Cranium retains RC, RM3, and LM1-3. The loose calotte is wired on, and the left zygomatic arch is broken. There is extensive alveolar remodeling (viz. around the molars). Vault bone is very thick and heavy. The lateral pterygoid plates nearly contact the sphenoid spines, almost creating pterygospinous foramina (bilaterally). The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is only partially fused. The left hypoglossal canal is bifid, and deep canals course between the occipital condyles and jugular foramina. There is mild arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated. The glabellar region is prominent. LM3 is abscessed buccally.

Full Record: x-96-11-094/094-IN.TIF

96-11-094

Inferior

Cranium retains RC, RM3, and LM1-3. The loose calotte is wired on, and the left zygomatic arch is broken. There is extensive alveolar remodeling (viz. around the molars). Vault bone is very thick and heavy. The lateral pterygoid plates nearly contact the sphenoid spines, almost creating pterygospinous foramina (bilaterally). The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is only partially fused. The left hypoglossal canal is bifid, and deep canals course between the occipital condyles and jugular foramina. There is mild arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated. The glabellar region is prominent. LM3 is abscessed buccally.

Full Record: x-96-11-094/094-LL.TIF

96-11-094

Left Lateral

Cranium retains RC, RM3, and LM1-3. The loose calotte is wired on, and the left zygomatic arch is broken. There is extensive alveolar remodeling (viz. around the molars). Vault bone is very thick and heavy. The lateral pterygoid plates nearly contact the sphenoid spines, almost creating pterygospinous foramina (bilaterally). The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is only partially fused. The left hypoglossal canal is bifid, and deep canals course between the occipital condyles and jugular foramina. There is mild arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated. The glabellar region is prominent. LM3 is abscessed buccally.

Full Record: x-96-11-094/094-PO.TIF

96-11-094

Posterior

Cranium retains RC, RM3, and LM1-3. The loose calotte is wired on, and the left zygomatic arch is broken. There is extensive alveolar remodeling (viz. around the molars). Vault bone is very thick and heavy. The lateral pterygoid plates nearly contact the sphenoid spines, almost creating pterygospinous foramina (bilaterally). The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is only partially fused. The left hypoglossal canal is bifid, and deep canals course between the occipital condyles and jugular foramina. There is mild arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated. The glabellar region is prominent. LM3 is abscessed buccally.

Full Record: x-96-11-094/094-RL.TIF

96-11-094

Right Lateral

Cranium retains RC, RM3, and LM1-3. The loose calotte is wired on, and the left zygomatic arch is broken. There is extensive alveolar remodeling (viz. around the molars). Vault bone is very thick and heavy. The lateral pterygoid plates nearly contact the sphenoid spines, almost creating pterygospinous foramina (bilaterally). The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is only partially fused. The left hypoglossal canal is bifid, and deep canals course between the occipital condyles and jugular foramina. There is mild arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated. The glabellar region is prominent. LM3 is abscessed buccally.

Full Record: x-96-11-094/094-SU.TIF

96-11-094

Superior

Cranium retains RC, RM3, and LM1-3. The loose calotte is wired on, and the left zygomatic arch is broken. There is extensive alveolar remodeling (viz. around the molars). Vault bone is very thick and heavy. The lateral pterygoid plates nearly contact the sphenoid spines, almost creating pterygospinous foramina (bilaterally). The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is only partially fused. The left hypoglossal canal is bifid, and deep canals course between the occipital condyles and jugular foramina. There is mild arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated. The glabellar region is prominent. LM3 is abscessed buccally.

Full Record: x-96-11-096ab/096A-AN.TIF

96-11-096AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, due to alveolar resorption. There are healed fractures of the nasal bones and left maxillary frontal process. The tympanic bones are hypertrophied, resulting in small external auditory meati (bilaterally). The sagittal suture is almost completely obliterated, and the lambdoid suture mostly obliterated. The external occipital protuberance is prominent and hook-like, and there is a fossa/depression about inion. An osteophyte intrudes into a bifid left hypoglossal canal. The jugular foramina are mediolaterally widened (bilateral), and the right jugular foramen is bifid. There are deep and broad fossae posterior to occipital condyles. A large abscess at the RI1-C alveoli opens out onto palate at suture and near both openings of the incisive canal. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth due to resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-096ab/096AB-LL.TIF

96-11-096AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, due to alveolar resorption. There are healed fractures of the nasal bones and left maxillary frontal process. The tympanic bones are hypertrophied, resulting in small external auditory meati (bilaterally). The sagittal suture is almost completely obliterated, and the lambdoid suture mostly obliterated. The external occipital protuberance is prominent and hook-like, and there is a fossa/depression about inion. An osteophyte intrudes into a bifid left hypoglossal canal. The jugular foramina are mediolaterally widened (bilateral), and the right jugular foramen is bifid. There are deep and broad fossae posterior to occipital condyles. A large abscess at the RI1-C alveoli opens out onto palate at suture and near both openings of the incisive canal. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth due to resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-096ab/096AB-RL.TIF

96-11-096AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, due to alveolar resorption. There are healed fractures of the nasal bones and left maxillary frontal process. The tympanic bones are hypertrophied, resulting in small external auditory meati (bilaterally). The sagittal suture is almost completely obliterated, and the lambdoid suture mostly obliterated. The external occipital protuberance is prominent and hook-like, and there is a fossa/depression about inion. An osteophyte intrudes into a bifid left hypoglossal canal. The jugular foramina are mediolaterally widened (bilateral), and the right jugular foramen is bifid. There are deep and broad fossae posterior to occipital condyles. A large abscess at the RI1-C alveoli opens out onto palate at suture and near both openings of the incisive canal. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth due to resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-096ab/096B-AN.TIF

96-11-096AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, due to alveolar resorption. There are healed fractures of the nasal bones and left maxillary frontal process. The tympanic bones are hypertrophied, resulting in small external auditory meati (bilaterally). The sagittal suture is almost completely obliterated, and the lambdoid suture mostly obliterated. The external occipital protuberance is prominent and hook-like, and there is a fossa/depression about inion. An osteophyte intrudes into a bifid left hypoglossal canal. The jugular foramina are mediolaterally widened (bilateral), and the right jugular foramen is bifid. There are deep and broad fossae posterior to occipital condyles. A large abscess at the RI1-C alveoli opens out onto palate at suture and near both openings of the incisive canal. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth due to resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-096ab/096B-IN.TIF

96-11-096AB

Inferior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, due to alveolar resorption. There are healed fractures of the nasal bones and left maxillary frontal process. The tympanic bones are hypertrophied, resulting in small external auditory meati (bilaterally). The sagittal suture is almost completely obliterated, and the lambdoid suture mostly obliterated. The external occipital protuberance is prominent and hook-like, and there is a fossa/depression about inion. An osteophyte intrudes into a bifid left hypoglossal canal. The jugular foramina are mediolaterally widened (bilateral), and the right jugular foramen is bifid. There are deep and broad fossae posterior to occipital condyles. A large abscess at the RI1-C alveoli opens out onto palate at suture and near both openings of the incisive canal. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth due to resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-096ab/096B-LL.TIF

96-11-096AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, due to alveolar resorption. There are healed fractures of the nasal bones and left maxillary frontal process. The tympanic bones are hypertrophied, resulting in small external auditory meati (bilaterally). The sagittal suture is almost completely obliterated, and the lambdoid suture mostly obliterated. The external occipital protuberance is prominent and hook-like, and there is a fossa/depression about inion. An osteophyte intrudes into a bifid left hypoglossal canal. The jugular foramina are mediolaterally widened (bilateral), and the right jugular foramen is bifid. There are deep and broad fossae posterior to occipital condyles. A large abscess at the RI1-C alveoli opens out onto palate at suture and near both openings of the incisive canal. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth due to resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-096ab/096B-PO.TIF

96-11-096AB

Posterior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, due to alveolar resorption. There are healed fractures of the nasal bones and left maxillary frontal process. The tympanic bones are hypertrophied, resulting in small external auditory meati (bilaterally). The sagittal suture is almost completely obliterated, and the lambdoid suture mostly obliterated. The external occipital protuberance is prominent and hook-like, and there is a fossa/depression about inion. An osteophyte intrudes into a bifid left hypoglossal canal. The jugular foramina are mediolaterally widened (bilateral), and the right jugular foramen is bifid. There are deep and broad fossae posterior to occipital condyles. A large abscess at the RI1-C alveoli opens out onto palate at suture and near both openings of the incisive canal. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth due to resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-096ab/096B-RL.TIF

96-11-096AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, due to alveolar resorption. There are healed fractures of the nasal bones and left maxillary frontal process. The tympanic bones are hypertrophied, resulting in small external auditory meati (bilaterally). The sagittal suture is almost completely obliterated, and the lambdoid suture mostly obliterated. The external occipital protuberance is prominent and hook-like, and there is a fossa/depression about inion. An osteophyte intrudes into a bifid left hypoglossal canal. The jugular foramina are mediolaterally widened (bilateral), and the right jugular foramen is bifid. There are deep and broad fossae posterior to occipital condyles. A large abscess at the RI1-C alveoli opens out onto palate at suture and near both openings of the incisive canal. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth due to resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-096ab/096B-SU.TIF

96-11-096AB

Superior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, due to alveolar resorption. There are healed fractures of the nasal bones and left maxillary frontal process. The tympanic bones are hypertrophied, resulting in small external auditory meati (bilaterally). The sagittal suture is almost completely obliterated, and the lambdoid suture mostly obliterated. The external occipital protuberance is prominent and hook-like, and there is a fossa/depression about inion. An osteophyte intrudes into a bifid left hypoglossal canal. The jugular foramina are mediolaterally widened (bilateral), and the right jugular foramen is bifid. There are deep and broad fossae posterior to occipital condyles. A large abscess at the RI1-C alveoli opens out onto palate at suture and near both openings of the incisive canal. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth due to resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-096ab/096-DN.TIF

96-11-096AB

Mandibular Dentition

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, due to alveolar resorption. There are healed fractures of the nasal bones and left maxillary frontal process. The tympanic bones are hypertrophied, resulting in small external auditory meati (bilaterally). The sagittal suture is almost completely obliterated, and the lambdoid suture mostly obliterated. The external occipital protuberance is prominent and hook-like, and there is a fossa/depression about inion. An osteophyte intrudes into a bifid left hypoglossal canal. The jugular foramina are mediolaterally widened (bilateral), and the right jugular foramen is bifid. There are deep and broad fossae posterior to occipital condyles. A large abscess at the RI1-C alveoli opens out onto palate at suture and near both openings of the incisive canal. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth due to resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-096ab/096-DX.TIF

96-11-096AB

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, due to alveolar resorption. There are healed fractures of the nasal bones and left maxillary frontal process. The tympanic bones are hypertrophied, resulting in small external auditory meati (bilaterally). The sagittal suture is almost completely obliterated, and the lambdoid suture mostly obliterated. The external occipital protuberance is prominent and hook-like, and there is a fossa/depression about inion. An osteophyte intrudes into a bifid left hypoglossal canal. The jugular foramina are mediolaterally widened (bilateral), and the right jugular foramen is bifid. There are deep and broad fossae posterior to occipital condyles. A large abscess at the RI1-C alveoli opens out onto palate at suture and near both openings of the incisive canal. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth due to resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-096ab/096A-IN.TIF

96-11-096AB

Inferior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, due to alveolar resorption. There are healed fractures of the nasal bones and left maxillary frontal process. The tympanic bones are hypertrophied, resulting in small external auditory meati (bilaterally). The sagittal suture is almost completely obliterated, and the lambdoid suture mostly obliterated. The external occipital protuberance is prominent and hook-like, and there is a fossa/depression about inion. An osteophyte intrudes into a bifid left hypoglossal canal. The jugular foramina are mediolaterally widened (bilateral), and the right jugular foramen is bifid. There are deep and broad fossae posterior to occipital condyles. A large abscess at the RI1-C alveoli opens out onto palate at suture and near both openings of the incisive canal. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth due to resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-096ab/096A-LL.TIF

96-11-096AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, due to alveolar resorption. There are healed fractures of the nasal bones and left maxillary frontal process. The tympanic bones are hypertrophied, resulting in small external auditory meati (bilaterally). The sagittal suture is almost completely obliterated, and the lambdoid suture mostly obliterated. The external occipital protuberance is prominent and hook-like, and there is a fossa/depression about inion. An osteophyte intrudes into a bifid left hypoglossal canal. The jugular foramina are mediolaterally widened (bilateral), and the right jugular foramen is bifid. There are deep and broad fossae posterior to occipital condyles. A large abscess at the RI1-C alveoli opens out onto palate at suture and near both openings of the incisive canal. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth due to resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-096ab/096A-PO.TIF

96-11-096AB

Posterior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, due to alveolar resorption. There are healed fractures of the nasal bones and left maxillary frontal process. The tympanic bones are hypertrophied, resulting in small external auditory meati (bilaterally). The sagittal suture is almost completely obliterated, and the lambdoid suture mostly obliterated. The external occipital protuberance is prominent and hook-like, and there is a fossa/depression about inion. An osteophyte intrudes into a bifid left hypoglossal canal. The jugular foramina are mediolaterally widened (bilateral), and the right jugular foramen is bifid. There are deep and broad fossae posterior to occipital condyles. A large abscess at the RI1-C alveoli opens out onto palate at suture and near both openings of the incisive canal. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth due to resorption.

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96-11-096AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, due to alveolar resorption. There are healed fractures of the nasal bones and left maxillary frontal process. The tympanic bones are hypertrophied, resulting in small external auditory meati (bilaterally). The sagittal suture is almost completely obliterated, and the lambdoid suture mostly obliterated. The external occipital protuberance is prominent and hook-like, and there is a fossa/depression about inion. An osteophyte intrudes into a bifid left hypoglossal canal. The jugular foramina are mediolaterally widened (bilateral), and the right jugular foramen is bifid. There are deep and broad fossae posterior to occipital condyles. A large abscess at the RI1-C alveoli opens out onto palate at suture and near both openings of the incisive canal. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth due to resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-096ab/096A-SU.TIF

96-11-096AB

Superior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, due to alveolar resorption. There are healed fractures of the nasal bones and left maxillary frontal process. The tympanic bones are hypertrophied, resulting in small external auditory meati (bilaterally). The sagittal suture is almost completely obliterated, and the lambdoid suture mostly obliterated. The external occipital protuberance is prominent and hook-like, and there is a fossa/depression about inion. An osteophyte intrudes into a bifid left hypoglossal canal. The jugular foramina are mediolaterally widened (bilateral), and the right jugular foramen is bifid. There are deep and broad fossae posterior to occipital condyles. A large abscess at the RI1-C alveoli opens out onto palate at suture and near both openings of the incisive canal. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth due to resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-096ab/096AB-AN.TIF

96-11-096AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, due to alveolar resorption. There are healed fractures of the nasal bones and left maxillary frontal process. The tympanic bones are hypertrophied, resulting in small external auditory meati (bilaterally). The sagittal suture is almost completely obliterated, and the lambdoid suture mostly obliterated. The external occipital protuberance is prominent and hook-like, and there is a fossa/depression about inion. An osteophyte intrudes into a bifid left hypoglossal canal. The jugular foramina are mediolaterally widened (bilateral), and the right jugular foramen is bifid. There are deep and broad fossae posterior to occipital condyles. A large abscess at the RI1-C alveoli opens out onto palate at suture and near both openings of the incisive canal. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth due to resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-097/097-AN.TIF

96-11-097

Anterior

Cranium retains only LM1 and RM2. It is missing the much of the left wall of the vault. There are healed fractures: across frontal squama, to the left of glabella with an open cloaca, on the nasal bones and adjacent orbital margin, and on the infraorbital surface. The RM1 alveolus is resorbed. The left hypoglossal canal is bifid and bony spurs project into the right hypoglossal canal. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and the lambdoid suture moderately obliterated. The left temporal squama is very thin. The inferior petrosals are atrophied, and the right carotid and left jugular foramina are enlarged.

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Maxillary Dentition

Cranium retains only LM1 and RM2. It is missing the much of the left wall of the vault. There are healed fractures: across frontal squama, to the left of glabella with an open cloaca, on the nasal bones and adjacent orbital margin, and on the infraorbital surface. The RM1 alveolus is resorbed. The left hypoglossal canal is bifid and bony spurs project into the right hypoglossal canal. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and the lambdoid suture moderately obliterated. The left temporal squama is very thin. The inferior petrosals are atrophied, and the right carotid and left jugular foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-097/097-IN.TIF

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Inferior

Cranium retains only LM1 and RM2. It is missing the much of the left wall of the vault. There are healed fractures: across frontal squama, to the left of glabella with an open cloaca, on the nasal bones and adjacent orbital margin, and on the infraorbital surface. The RM1 alveolus is resorbed. The left hypoglossal canal is bifid and bony spurs project into the right hypoglossal canal. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and the lambdoid suture moderately obliterated. The left temporal squama is very thin. The inferior petrosals are atrophied, and the right carotid and left jugular foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-097/097-LL.TIF

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Left Lateral

Cranium retains only LM1 and RM2. It is missing the much of the left wall of the vault. There are healed fractures: across frontal squama, to the left of glabella with an open cloaca, on the nasal bones and adjacent orbital margin, and on the infraorbital surface. The RM1 alveolus is resorbed. The left hypoglossal canal is bifid and bony spurs project into the right hypoglossal canal. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and the lambdoid suture moderately obliterated. The left temporal squama is very thin. The inferior petrosals are atrophied, and the right carotid and left jugular foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-097/097-PO.TIF

96-11-097

Posterior

Cranium retains only LM1 and RM2. It is missing the much of the left wall of the vault. There are healed fractures: across frontal squama, to the left of glabella with an open cloaca, on the nasal bones and adjacent orbital margin, and on the infraorbital surface. The RM1 alveolus is resorbed. The left hypoglossal canal is bifid and bony spurs project into the right hypoglossal canal. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and the lambdoid suture moderately obliterated. The left temporal squama is very thin. The inferior petrosals are atrophied, and the right carotid and left jugular foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-097/097-RL.TIF

96-11-097

Right Lateral

Cranium retains only LM1 and RM2. It is missing the much of the left wall of the vault. There are healed fractures: across frontal squama, to the left of glabella with an open cloaca, on the nasal bones and adjacent orbital margin, and on the infraorbital surface. The RM1 alveolus is resorbed. The left hypoglossal canal is bifid and bony spurs project into the right hypoglossal canal. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and the lambdoid suture moderately obliterated. The left temporal squama is very thin. The inferior petrosals are atrophied, and the right carotid and left jugular foramina are enlarged.