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Full Record: x-96-11-015/015-DX.TIF

96-11-015

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium has a small crack and hole on inferior left infraorbital surface, a broken right zygomatic arch, and a long crack running through right pterionic region. The metopic suture is present, but obliterated anteriorly. As the specimen displays “Dehiscence of orbital walls” (written on the frontal), much orbital is bone missing. There is also white, bony deposition/remodeling of the posterosuperior orbital surface. There is a healed fracture of anterior margins of the nasal bones, as well as in ill-set, healed fracture of the left zygomatic arch. All dental alveoli are resorbed, so much so that anteriorly the incisive foramen is at the erstwhile-alveolar margin. The right parietal boss is much more laterally protuberant than the right, leading to substantial vault asymmetry. There are a number of healed cut or scratch-marks on the posterior parietals. The sphenoid spines are hypertrophied, and the lesser wings/ infratemporal fossae are highly vascularized. The left hypoglossal canal is bifurcated, there is arthritis (or some bony hypertrophy) of the medial occipital condyles, and the occipital condyle’s articular surface extended posteriorly. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis either broken or unfused, and the hard posterior hard palate is extremely thin.

Full Record: x-96-11-015/015-IN.TIF

96-11-015

Inferior

Cranium has a small crack and hole on inferior left infraorbital surface, a broken right zygomatic arch, and a long crack running through right pterionic region. The metopic suture is present, but obliterated anteriorly. As the specimen displays “Dehiscence of orbital walls” (written on the frontal), much orbital is bone missing. There is also white, bony deposition/remodeling of the posterosuperior orbital surface. There is a healed fracture of anterior margins of the nasal bones, as well as in ill-set, healed fracture of the left zygomatic arch. All dental alveoli are resorbed, so much so that anteriorly the incisive foramen is at the erstwhile-alveolar margin. The right parietal boss is much more laterally protuberant than the right, leading to substantial vault asymmetry. There are a number of healed cut or scratch-marks on the posterior parietals. The sphenoid spines are hypertrophied, and the lesser wings/ infratemporal fossae are highly vascularized. The left hypoglossal canal is bifurcated, there is arthritis (or some bony hypertrophy) of the medial occipital condyles, and the occipital condyle’s articular surface extended posteriorly. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis either broken or unfused, and the hard posterior hard palate is extremely thin.

Full Record: x-96-11-015/015-LL.TIF

96-11-015

Left Lateral

Cranium has a small crack and hole on inferior left infraorbital surface, a broken right zygomatic arch, and a long crack running through right pterionic region. The metopic suture is present, but obliterated anteriorly. As the specimen displays “Dehiscence of orbital walls” (written on the frontal), much orbital is bone missing. There is also white, bony deposition/remodeling of the posterosuperior orbital surface. There is a healed fracture of anterior margins of the nasal bones, as well as in ill-set, healed fracture of the left zygomatic arch. All dental alveoli are resorbed, so much so that anteriorly the incisive foramen is at the erstwhile-alveolar margin. The right parietal boss is much more laterally protuberant than the right, leading to substantial vault asymmetry. There are a number of healed cut or scratch-marks on the posterior parietals. The sphenoid spines are hypertrophied, and the lesser wings/ infratemporal fossae are highly vascularized. The left hypoglossal canal is bifurcated, there is arthritis (or some bony hypertrophy) of the medial occipital condyles, and the occipital condyle’s articular surface extended posteriorly. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis either broken or unfused, and the hard posterior hard palate is extremely thin.

Full Record: x-96-11-015/015-PO.TIF

96-11-015

Posterior

Cranium has a small crack and hole on inferior left infraorbital surface, a broken right zygomatic arch, and a long crack running through right pterionic region. The metopic suture is present, but obliterated anteriorly. As the specimen displays “Dehiscence of orbital walls” (written on the frontal), much orbital is bone missing. There is also white, bony deposition/remodeling of the posterosuperior orbital surface. There is a healed fracture of anterior margins of the nasal bones, as well as in ill-set, healed fracture of the left zygomatic arch. All dental alveoli are resorbed, so much so that anteriorly the incisive foramen is at the erstwhile-alveolar margin. The right parietal boss is much more laterally protuberant than the right, leading to substantial vault asymmetry. There are a number of healed cut or scratch-marks on the posterior parietals. The sphenoid spines are hypertrophied, and the lesser wings/ infratemporal fossae are highly vascularized. The left hypoglossal canal is bifurcated, there is arthritis (or some bony hypertrophy) of the medial occipital condyles, and the occipital condyle’s articular surface extended posteriorly. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis either broken or unfused, and the hard posterior hard palate is extremely thin.

Full Record: x-96-11-015/015-RL.TIF

96-11-015

Right Lateral

Cranium has a small crack and hole on inferior left infraorbital surface, a broken right zygomatic arch, and a long crack running through right pterionic region. The metopic suture is present, but obliterated anteriorly. As the specimen displays “Dehiscence of orbital walls” (written on the frontal), much orbital is bone missing. There is also white, bony deposition/remodeling of the posterosuperior orbital surface. There is a healed fracture of anterior margins of the nasal bones, as well as in ill-set, healed fracture of the left zygomatic arch. All dental alveoli are resorbed, so much so that anteriorly the incisive foramen is at the erstwhile-alveolar margin. The right parietal boss is much more laterally protuberant than the right, leading to substantial vault asymmetry. There are a number of healed cut or scratch-marks on the posterior parietals. The sphenoid spines are hypertrophied, and the lesser wings/ infratemporal fossae are highly vascularized. The left hypoglossal canal is bifurcated, there is arthritis (or some bony hypertrophy) of the medial occipital condyles, and the occipital condyle’s articular surface extended posteriorly. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis either broken or unfused, and the hard posterior hard palate is extremely thin.

Full Record: x-96-11-015/015-SU.TIF

96-11-015

Superior

Cranium has a small crack and hole on inferior left infraorbital surface, a broken right zygomatic arch, and a long crack running through right pterionic region. The metopic suture is present, but obliterated anteriorly. As the specimen displays “Dehiscence of orbital walls” (written on the frontal), much orbital is bone missing. There is also white, bony deposition/remodeling of the posterosuperior orbital surface. There is a healed fracture of anterior margins of the nasal bones, as well as in ill-set, healed fracture of the left zygomatic arch. All dental alveoli are resorbed, so much so that anteriorly the incisive foramen is at the erstwhile-alveolar margin. The right parietal boss is much more laterally protuberant than the right, leading to substantial vault asymmetry. There are a number of healed cut or scratch-marks on the posterior parietals. The sphenoid spines are hypertrophied, and the lesser wings/ infratemporal fossae are highly vascularized. The left hypoglossal canal is bifurcated, there is arthritis (or some bony hypertrophy) of the medial occipital condyles, and the occipital condyle’s articular surface extended posteriorly. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis either broken or unfused, and the hard posterior hard palate is extremely thin.

Full Record: x-96-11-017/017-AN.TIF

96-11-017

Anterior

Cranium with several upper teeth present. The cranium is heavy because of many of the vault bones are hypertrophied (“Thick skull”). The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, the RI1 alveolus is abscessed and opens onto the nasal clivus. The anterior 1 cm. of the nasal floor is significantly elevated above the posterior nasal floor. There are a number of osteophytes and other bony hypertrophies scattered about the cranium: palate, cruciform eminence, dorsum sellae, ectocranial sphenoid, entoglenoid processes, petrous crest). Most notably, the posterior petrous crests protrude to create spinous processes at the juncture of the sigmoid and transverse sinuses. The posterior hard palate is greatly thinned, the left hypoglossal canal is bifid. The dorsum sellae is tall and robust, creating a deep pituitary fossa with a very narrow prechiasmatic groove. Articular surface of the left occipital condyle continues posteriorly onto the nuchal plane. The LM1 has a pronounced Carabelli's cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-017/017-FE8.TIF

96-11-017

Feature 8

Cranium with several upper teeth present. The cranium is heavy because of many of the vault bones are hypertrophied (“Thick skull”). The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, the RI1 alveolus is abscessed and opens onto the nasal clivus. The anterior 1 cm. of the nasal floor is significantly elevated above the posterior nasal floor. There are a number of osteophytes and other bony hypertrophies scattered about the cranium: palate, cruciform eminence, dorsum sellae, ectocranial sphenoid, entoglenoid processes, petrous crest). Most notably, the posterior petrous crests protrude to create spinous processes at the juncture of the sigmoid and transverse sinuses. The posterior hard palate is greatly thinned, the left hypoglossal canal is bifid. The dorsum sellae is tall and robust, creating a deep pituitary fossa with a very narrow prechiasmatic groove. Articular surface of the left occipital condyle continues posteriorly onto the nuchal plane. The LM1 has a pronounced Carabelli's cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-017/017-FE9.TIF

96-11-017

Feature 9

Cranium with several upper teeth present. The cranium is heavy because of many of the vault bones are hypertrophied (“Thick skull”). The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, the RI1 alveolus is abscessed and opens onto the nasal clivus. The anterior 1 cm. of the nasal floor is significantly elevated above the posterior nasal floor. There are a number of osteophytes and other bony hypertrophies scattered about the cranium: palate, cruciform eminence, dorsum sellae, ectocranial sphenoid, entoglenoid processes, petrous crest). Most notably, the posterior petrous crests protrude to create spinous processes at the juncture of the sigmoid and transverse sinuses. The posterior hard palate is greatly thinned, the left hypoglossal canal is bifid. The dorsum sellae is tall and robust, creating a deep pituitary fossa with a very narrow prechiasmatic groove. Articular surface of the left occipital condyle continues posteriorly onto the nuchal plane. The LM1 has a pronounced Carabelli's cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-017/017-FE10.TIF

96-11-017

Feature 10

Cranium with several upper teeth present. The cranium is heavy because of many of the vault bones are hypertrophied (“Thick skull”). The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, the RI1 alveolus is abscessed and opens onto the nasal clivus. The anterior 1 cm. of the nasal floor is significantly elevated above the posterior nasal floor. There are a number of osteophytes and other bony hypertrophies scattered about the cranium: palate, cruciform eminence, dorsum sellae, ectocranial sphenoid, entoglenoid processes, petrous crest). Most notably, the posterior petrous crests protrude to create spinous processes at the juncture of the sigmoid and transverse sinuses. The posterior hard palate is greatly thinned, the left hypoglossal canal is bifid. The dorsum sellae is tall and robust, creating a deep pituitary fossa with a very narrow prechiasmatic groove. Articular surface of the left occipital condyle continues posteriorly onto the nuchal plane. The LM1 has a pronounced Carabelli's cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-017/017-FE11.TIF

96-11-017

Feature 11

Cranium with several upper teeth present. The cranium is heavy because of many of the vault bones are hypertrophied (“Thick skull”). The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, the RI1 alveolus is abscessed and opens onto the nasal clivus. The anterior 1 cm. of the nasal floor is significantly elevated above the posterior nasal floor. There are a number of osteophytes and other bony hypertrophies scattered about the cranium: palate, cruciform eminence, dorsum sellae, ectocranial sphenoid, entoglenoid processes, petrous crest). Most notably, the posterior petrous crests protrude to create spinous processes at the juncture of the sigmoid and transverse sinuses. The posterior hard palate is greatly thinned, the left hypoglossal canal is bifid. The dorsum sellae is tall and robust, creating a deep pituitary fossa with a very narrow prechiasmatic groove. Articular surface of the left occipital condyle continues posteriorly onto the nuchal plane. The LM1 has a pronounced Carabelli's cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-017/017-FE12.TIF

96-11-017

Feature 12

Cranium with several upper teeth present. The cranium is heavy because of many of the vault bones are hypertrophied (“Thick skull”). The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, the RI1 alveolus is abscessed and opens onto the nasal clivus. The anterior 1 cm. of the nasal floor is significantly elevated above the posterior nasal floor. There are a number of osteophytes and other bony hypertrophies scattered about the cranium: palate, cruciform eminence, dorsum sellae, ectocranial sphenoid, entoglenoid processes, petrous crest). Most notably, the posterior petrous crests protrude to create spinous processes at the juncture of the sigmoid and transverse sinuses. The posterior hard palate is greatly thinned, the left hypoglossal canal is bifid. The dorsum sellae is tall and robust, creating a deep pituitary fossa with a very narrow prechiasmatic groove. Articular surface of the left occipital condyle continues posteriorly onto the nuchal plane. The LM1 has a pronounced Carabelli's cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-017/017-FE13.TIF

96-11-017

Feature 13

Cranium with several upper teeth present. The cranium is heavy because of many of the vault bones are hypertrophied (“Thick skull”). The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, the RI1 alveolus is abscessed and opens onto the nasal clivus. The anterior 1 cm. of the nasal floor is significantly elevated above the posterior nasal floor. There are a number of osteophytes and other bony hypertrophies scattered about the cranium: palate, cruciform eminence, dorsum sellae, ectocranial sphenoid, entoglenoid processes, petrous crest). Most notably, the posterior petrous crests protrude to create spinous processes at the juncture of the sigmoid and transverse sinuses. The posterior hard palate is greatly thinned, the left hypoglossal canal is bifid. The dorsum sellae is tall and robust, creating a deep pituitary fossa with a very narrow prechiasmatic groove. Articular surface of the left occipital condyle continues posteriorly onto the nuchal plane. The LM1 has a pronounced Carabelli's cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-017/017-FE14.TIF

96-11-017

Feature 14

Cranium with several upper teeth present. The cranium is heavy because of many of the vault bones are hypertrophied (“Thick skull”). The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, the RI1 alveolus is abscessed and opens onto the nasal clivus. The anterior 1 cm. of the nasal floor is significantly elevated above the posterior nasal floor. There are a number of osteophytes and other bony hypertrophies scattered about the cranium: palate, cruciform eminence, dorsum sellae, ectocranial sphenoid, entoglenoid processes, petrous crest). Most notably, the posterior petrous crests protrude to create spinous processes at the juncture of the sigmoid and transverse sinuses. The posterior hard palate is greatly thinned, the left hypoglossal canal is bifid. The dorsum sellae is tall and robust, creating a deep pituitary fossa with a very narrow prechiasmatic groove. Articular surface of the left occipital condyle continues posteriorly onto the nuchal plane. The LM1 has a pronounced Carabelli's cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-017/017-IN.TIF

96-11-017

Inferior

Cranium with several upper teeth present. The cranium is heavy because of many of the vault bones are hypertrophied (“Thick skull”). The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, the RI1 alveolus is abscessed and opens onto the nasal clivus. The anterior 1 cm. of the nasal floor is significantly elevated above the posterior nasal floor. There are a number of osteophytes and other bony hypertrophies scattered about the cranium: palate, cruciform eminence, dorsum sellae, ectocranial sphenoid, entoglenoid processes, petrous crest). Most notably, the posterior petrous crests protrude to create spinous processes at the juncture of the sigmoid and transverse sinuses. The posterior hard palate is greatly thinned, the left hypoglossal canal is bifid. The dorsum sellae is tall and robust, creating a deep pituitary fossa with a very narrow prechiasmatic groove. Articular surface of the left occipital condyle continues posteriorly onto the nuchal plane. The LM1 has a pronounced Carabelli's cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-017/017-LL.TIF

96-11-017

Left Lateral

Cranium with several upper teeth present. The cranium is heavy because of many of the vault bones are hypertrophied (“Thick skull”). The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, the RI1 alveolus is abscessed and opens onto the nasal clivus. The anterior 1 cm. of the nasal floor is significantly elevated above the posterior nasal floor. There are a number of osteophytes and other bony hypertrophies scattered about the cranium: palate, cruciform eminence, dorsum sellae, ectocranial sphenoid, entoglenoid processes, petrous crest). Most notably, the posterior petrous crests protrude to create spinous processes at the juncture of the sigmoid and transverse sinuses. The posterior hard palate is greatly thinned, the left hypoglossal canal is bifid. The dorsum sellae is tall and robust, creating a deep pituitary fossa with a very narrow prechiasmatic groove. Articular surface of the left occipital condyle continues posteriorly onto the nuchal plane. The LM1 has a pronounced Carabelli's cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-017/017-PO.TIF

96-11-017

Posterior

Cranium with several upper teeth present. The cranium is heavy because of many of the vault bones are hypertrophied (“Thick skull”). The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, the RI1 alveolus is abscessed and opens onto the nasal clivus. The anterior 1 cm. of the nasal floor is significantly elevated above the posterior nasal floor. There are a number of osteophytes and other bony hypertrophies scattered about the cranium: palate, cruciform eminence, dorsum sellae, ectocranial sphenoid, entoglenoid processes, petrous crest). Most notably, the posterior petrous crests protrude to create spinous processes at the juncture of the sigmoid and transverse sinuses. The posterior hard palate is greatly thinned, the left hypoglossal canal is bifid. The dorsum sellae is tall and robust, creating a deep pituitary fossa with a very narrow prechiasmatic groove. Articular surface of the left occipital condyle continues posteriorly onto the nuchal plane. The LM1 has a pronounced Carabelli's cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-017/017-DX.TIF

96-11-017

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium with several upper teeth present. The cranium is heavy because of many of the vault bones are hypertrophied (“Thick skull”). The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, the RI1 alveolus is abscessed and opens onto the nasal clivus. The anterior 1 cm. of the nasal floor is significantly elevated above the posterior nasal floor. There are a number of osteophytes and other bony hypertrophies scattered about the cranium: palate, cruciform eminence, dorsum sellae, ectocranial sphenoid, entoglenoid processes, petrous crest). Most notably, the posterior petrous crests protrude to create spinous processes at the juncture of the sigmoid and transverse sinuses. The posterior hard palate is greatly thinned, the left hypoglossal canal is bifid. The dorsum sellae is tall and robust, creating a deep pituitary fossa with a very narrow prechiasmatic groove. Articular surface of the left occipital condyle continues posteriorly onto the nuchal plane. The LM1 has a pronounced Carabelli's cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-017/017-RL.TIF

96-11-017

Right Lateral

Cranium with several upper teeth present. The cranium is heavy because of many of the vault bones are hypertrophied (“Thick skull”). The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, the RI1 alveolus is abscessed and opens onto the nasal clivus. The anterior 1 cm. of the nasal floor is significantly elevated above the posterior nasal floor. There are a number of osteophytes and other bony hypertrophies scattered about the cranium: palate, cruciform eminence, dorsum sellae, ectocranial sphenoid, entoglenoid processes, petrous crest). Most notably, the posterior petrous crests protrude to create spinous processes at the juncture of the sigmoid and transverse sinuses. The posterior hard palate is greatly thinned, the left hypoglossal canal is bifid. The dorsum sellae is tall and robust, creating a deep pituitary fossa with a very narrow prechiasmatic groove. Articular surface of the left occipital condyle continues posteriorly onto the nuchal plane. The LM1 has a pronounced Carabelli's cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-017/017-SU.TIF

96-11-017

Superior

Cranium with several upper teeth present. The cranium is heavy because of many of the vault bones are hypertrophied (“Thick skull”). The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, the RI1 alveolus is abscessed and opens onto the nasal clivus. The anterior 1 cm. of the nasal floor is significantly elevated above the posterior nasal floor. There are a number of osteophytes and other bony hypertrophies scattered about the cranium: palate, cruciform eminence, dorsum sellae, ectocranial sphenoid, entoglenoid processes, petrous crest). Most notably, the posterior petrous crests protrude to create spinous processes at the juncture of the sigmoid and transverse sinuses. The posterior hard palate is greatly thinned, the left hypoglossal canal is bifid. The dorsum sellae is tall and robust, creating a deep pituitary fossa with a very narrow prechiasmatic groove. Articular surface of the left occipital condyle continues posteriorly onto the nuchal plane. The LM1 has a pronounced Carabelli's cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-017/017-FE1.TIF

96-11-017

Feature 1

Cranium with several upper teeth present. The cranium is heavy because of many of the vault bones are hypertrophied (“Thick skull”). The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, the RI1 alveolus is abscessed and opens onto the nasal clivus. The anterior 1 cm. of the nasal floor is significantly elevated above the posterior nasal floor. There are a number of osteophytes and other bony hypertrophies scattered about the cranium: palate, cruciform eminence, dorsum sellae, ectocranial sphenoid, entoglenoid processes, petrous crest). Most notably, the posterior petrous crests protrude to create spinous processes at the juncture of the sigmoid and transverse sinuses. The posterior hard palate is greatly thinned, the left hypoglossal canal is bifid. The dorsum sellae is tall and robust, creating a deep pituitary fossa with a very narrow prechiasmatic groove. Articular surface of the left occipital condyle continues posteriorly onto the nuchal plane. The LM1 has a pronounced Carabelli's cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-017/017-FE2.TIF

96-11-017

Feature 2

Cranium with several upper teeth present. The cranium is heavy because of many of the vault bones are hypertrophied (“Thick skull”). The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, the RI1 alveolus is abscessed and opens onto the nasal clivus. The anterior 1 cm. of the nasal floor is significantly elevated above the posterior nasal floor. There are a number of osteophytes and other bony hypertrophies scattered about the cranium: palate, cruciform eminence, dorsum sellae, ectocranial sphenoid, entoglenoid processes, petrous crest). Most notably, the posterior petrous crests protrude to create spinous processes at the juncture of the sigmoid and transverse sinuses. The posterior hard palate is greatly thinned, the left hypoglossal canal is bifid. The dorsum sellae is tall and robust, creating a deep pituitary fossa with a very narrow prechiasmatic groove. Articular surface of the left occipital condyle continues posteriorly onto the nuchal plane. The LM1 has a pronounced Carabelli's cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-017/017-FE3.TIF

96-11-017

Feature 3

Cranium with several upper teeth present. The cranium is heavy because of many of the vault bones are hypertrophied (“Thick skull”). The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, the RI1 alveolus is abscessed and opens onto the nasal clivus. The anterior 1 cm. of the nasal floor is significantly elevated above the posterior nasal floor. There are a number of osteophytes and other bony hypertrophies scattered about the cranium: palate, cruciform eminence, dorsum sellae, ectocranial sphenoid, entoglenoid processes, petrous crest). Most notably, the posterior petrous crests protrude to create spinous processes at the juncture of the sigmoid and transverse sinuses. The posterior hard palate is greatly thinned, the left hypoglossal canal is bifid. The dorsum sellae is tall and robust, creating a deep pituitary fossa with a very narrow prechiasmatic groove. Articular surface of the left occipital condyle continues posteriorly onto the nuchal plane. The LM1 has a pronounced Carabelli's cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-017/017-FE4.TIF

96-11-017

Feature 4

Cranium with several upper teeth present. The cranium is heavy because of many of the vault bones are hypertrophied (“Thick skull”). The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, the RI1 alveolus is abscessed and opens onto the nasal clivus. The anterior 1 cm. of the nasal floor is significantly elevated above the posterior nasal floor. There are a number of osteophytes and other bony hypertrophies scattered about the cranium: palate, cruciform eminence, dorsum sellae, ectocranial sphenoid, entoglenoid processes, petrous crest). Most notably, the posterior petrous crests protrude to create spinous processes at the juncture of the sigmoid and transverse sinuses. The posterior hard palate is greatly thinned, the left hypoglossal canal is bifid. The dorsum sellae is tall and robust, creating a deep pituitary fossa with a very narrow prechiasmatic groove. Articular surface of the left occipital condyle continues posteriorly onto the nuchal plane. The LM1 has a pronounced Carabelli's cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-017/017-FE5.TIF

96-11-017

Feature 5

Cranium with several upper teeth present. The cranium is heavy because of many of the vault bones are hypertrophied (“Thick skull”). The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, the RI1 alveolus is abscessed and opens onto the nasal clivus. The anterior 1 cm. of the nasal floor is significantly elevated above the posterior nasal floor. There are a number of osteophytes and other bony hypertrophies scattered about the cranium: palate, cruciform eminence, dorsum sellae, ectocranial sphenoid, entoglenoid processes, petrous crest). Most notably, the posterior petrous crests protrude to create spinous processes at the juncture of the sigmoid and transverse sinuses. The posterior hard palate is greatly thinned, the left hypoglossal canal is bifid. The dorsum sellae is tall and robust, creating a deep pituitary fossa with a very narrow prechiasmatic groove. Articular surface of the left occipital condyle continues posteriorly onto the nuchal plane. The LM1 has a pronounced Carabelli's cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-017/017-FE6.TIF

96-11-017

Feature 6

Cranium with several upper teeth present. The cranium is heavy because of many of the vault bones are hypertrophied (“Thick skull”). The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, the RI1 alveolus is abscessed and opens onto the nasal clivus. The anterior 1 cm. of the nasal floor is significantly elevated above the posterior nasal floor. There are a number of osteophytes and other bony hypertrophies scattered about the cranium: palate, cruciform eminence, dorsum sellae, ectocranial sphenoid, entoglenoid processes, petrous crest). Most notably, the posterior petrous crests protrude to create spinous processes at the juncture of the sigmoid and transverse sinuses. The posterior hard palate is greatly thinned, the left hypoglossal canal is bifid. The dorsum sellae is tall and robust, creating a deep pituitary fossa with a very narrow prechiasmatic groove. Articular surface of the left occipital condyle continues posteriorly onto the nuchal plane. The LM1 has a pronounced Carabelli's cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-017/017-FE7.TIF

96-11-017

Feature 7

Cranium with several upper teeth present. The cranium is heavy because of many of the vault bones are hypertrophied (“Thick skull”). The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, the RI1 alveolus is abscessed and opens onto the nasal clivus. The anterior 1 cm. of the nasal floor is significantly elevated above the posterior nasal floor. There are a number of osteophytes and other bony hypertrophies scattered about the cranium: palate, cruciform eminence, dorsum sellae, ectocranial sphenoid, entoglenoid processes, petrous crest). Most notably, the posterior petrous crests protrude to create spinous processes at the juncture of the sigmoid and transverse sinuses. The posterior hard palate is greatly thinned, the left hypoglossal canal is bifid. The dorsum sellae is tall and robust, creating a deep pituitary fossa with a very narrow prechiasmatic groove. Articular surface of the left occipital condyle continues posteriorly onto the nuchal plane. The LM1 has a pronounced Carabelli's cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018A-AN.TIF

96-11-018AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018-FE7.TIF

96-11-018AB

Feature 7

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018-FE8.TIF

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Feature 8

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018-FE9.TIF

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Feature 9

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018-FE10.TIF

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Feature 10

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018-FE11.TIF

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Feature 11

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018-FE12.TIF

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Feature 12

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018-FE13.TIF

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Feature 13

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018-RLA.TIF

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Right Lateral of craninum

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018-RLAB.TIF

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Right Latera, both cranin

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018-RLB.TIF

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Right Lateral of articula

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018-DN.TIF

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Mandibular Dentition

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018-SUA.TIF

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Superior view of craninum

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018-SUB.TIF

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Superior view of mandible

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018A-IN.TIF

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Inferior

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018A-LL.TIF

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Left Lateral

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018A-PO.TIF

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Posterior

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018AB-AN.TIF

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Anterior

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018AB-LL.TIF

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Left Lateral

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018B-AN.TIF

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Anterior

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018B-LL.TIF

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Left Lateral

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018B-PO.TIF

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Posterior

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018-DX.TIF

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Maxillary Dentition

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.