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Full Record: x-96-11-035ab/035-SU.TIF

96-11-035AB

Superior

This is a cranium that has very poor preservation. It is missing a large chip on the frontal bone from a calotte-nail. This cranium is large across the left orbital plate, and has many laterally loose structures. There is breakage which exposes the sphenoid and maxillary sinuses, and a broken dorsum sellae. All alveoli are resorbed, and the LC alveolus is abscessed. It is unclear what the pathology is on this cranium. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) is broken into two pieces at the right ramus. There are three open alveoli, but at these alveoli the teeth are missing. There is a lesion and resorption around where the RC alveolus was, and all alveoli are resorbed except for LI2-P3. The lingulae are basically absent (bilateral).

Full Record: x-96-11-036/036-AN.TIF

96-11-036

Anterior

Cranium retains most upper teeth, and the calotte is unglued. RM1 is completely worn to the roots but LM1 is mostly unworn; LM3 is worn about as flat as the RM1. The cranial vault bone is very thick. There are semi-symmetrical wormian bones in the lambdoidal suture. Dorsum sellae appears hypertrophied. The petrosals are nearly 'growing over' the sigmoid sinuses above jugular canal, and there are additional 'folds' in the petrosals lateral to internal auditory meati. There is moderate obliteration of sagittal and lambdoidal sutures.

Full Record: x-96-11-036/036-DX.TIF

96-11-036

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium retains most upper teeth, and the calotte is unglued. RM1 is completely worn to the roots but LM1 is mostly unworn; LM3 is worn about as flat as the RM1. The cranial vault bone is very thick. There are semi-symmetrical wormian bones in the lambdoidal suture. Dorsum sellae appears hypertrophied. The petrosals are nearly 'growing over' the sigmoid sinuses above jugular canal, and there are additional 'folds' in the petrosals lateral to internal auditory meati. There is moderate obliteration of sagittal and lambdoidal sutures.

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96-11-036

Feature 1

Cranium retains most upper teeth, and the calotte is unglued. RM1 is completely worn to the roots but LM1 is mostly unworn; LM3 is worn about as flat as the RM1. The cranial vault bone is very thick. There are semi-symmetrical wormian bones in the lambdoidal suture. Dorsum sellae appears hypertrophied. The petrosals are nearly 'growing over' the sigmoid sinuses above jugular canal, and there are additional 'folds' in the petrosals lateral to internal auditory meati. There is moderate obliteration of sagittal and lambdoidal sutures.

Full Record: x-96-11-036/036-FE2.TIF

96-11-036

Feature 2

Cranium retains most upper teeth, and the calotte is unglued. RM1 is completely worn to the roots but LM1 is mostly unworn; LM3 is worn about as flat as the RM1. The cranial vault bone is very thick. There are semi-symmetrical wormian bones in the lambdoidal suture. Dorsum sellae appears hypertrophied. The petrosals are nearly 'growing over' the sigmoid sinuses above jugular canal, and there are additional 'folds' in the petrosals lateral to internal auditory meati. There is moderate obliteration of sagittal and lambdoidal sutures.

Full Record: x-96-11-036/036-IN.TIF

96-11-036

Inferior

Cranium retains most upper teeth, and the calotte is unglued. RM1 is completely worn to the roots but LM1 is mostly unworn; LM3 is worn about as flat as the RM1. The cranial vault bone is very thick. There are semi-symmetrical wormian bones in the lambdoidal suture. Dorsum sellae appears hypertrophied. The petrosals are nearly 'growing over' the sigmoid sinuses above jugular canal, and there are additional 'folds' in the petrosals lateral to internal auditory meati. There is moderate obliteration of sagittal and lambdoidal sutures.

Full Record: x-96-11-036/036-LL.TIF

96-11-036

Left Lateral

Cranium retains most upper teeth, and the calotte is unglued. RM1 is completely worn to the roots but LM1 is mostly unworn; LM3 is worn about as flat as the RM1. The cranial vault bone is very thick. There are semi-symmetrical wormian bones in the lambdoidal suture. Dorsum sellae appears hypertrophied. The petrosals are nearly 'growing over' the sigmoid sinuses above jugular canal, and there are additional 'folds' in the petrosals lateral to internal auditory meati. There is moderate obliteration of sagittal and lambdoidal sutures.

Full Record: x-96-11-036/036-PO.TIF

96-11-036

Posterior

Cranium retains most upper teeth, and the calotte is unglued. RM1 is completely worn to the roots but LM1 is mostly unworn; LM3 is worn about as flat as the RM1. The cranial vault bone is very thick. There are semi-symmetrical wormian bones in the lambdoidal suture. Dorsum sellae appears hypertrophied. The petrosals are nearly 'growing over' the sigmoid sinuses above jugular canal, and there are additional 'folds' in the petrosals lateral to internal auditory meati. There is moderate obliteration of sagittal and lambdoidal sutures.

Full Record: x-96-11-036/036-RL.TIF

96-11-036

Right Lateral

Cranium retains most upper teeth, and the calotte is unglued. RM1 is completely worn to the roots but LM1 is mostly unworn; LM3 is worn about as flat as the RM1. The cranial vault bone is very thick. There are semi-symmetrical wormian bones in the lambdoidal suture. Dorsum sellae appears hypertrophied. The petrosals are nearly 'growing over' the sigmoid sinuses above jugular canal, and there are additional 'folds' in the petrosals lateral to internal auditory meati. There is moderate obliteration of sagittal and lambdoidal sutures.

Full Record: x-96-11-036/036-SU.TIF

96-11-036

Superior

Cranium retains most upper teeth, and the calotte is unglued. RM1 is completely worn to the roots but LM1 is mostly unworn; LM3 is worn about as flat as the RM1. The cranial vault bone is very thick. There are semi-symmetrical wormian bones in the lambdoidal suture. Dorsum sellae appears hypertrophied. The petrosals are nearly 'growing over' the sigmoid sinuses above jugular canal, and there are additional 'folds' in the petrosals lateral to internal auditory meati. There is moderate obliteration of sagittal and lambdoidal sutures.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-AN.TIF

96-11-037

Anterior

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-FE8.TIF

96-11-037

Feature 8

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-FE9.TIF

96-11-037

Feature 9

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-FE10.TIF

96-11-037

Feature 10

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-FE11.TIF

96-11-037

Feature 11

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-FE12.TIF

96-11-037

Feature 12

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-FE13.TIF

96-11-037

Feature 13

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-FE14.TIF

96-11-037

Feature 14

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-FE15.TIF

96-11-037

Feature 15

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-FE16.TIF

96-11-037

Feature 16

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-FE17.TIF

96-11-037

Feature 17

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-DX.TIF

96-11-037

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-FE18.TIF

96-11-037

Feature 18

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-FE19.TIF

96-11-037

Feature 19

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-IN.TIF

96-11-037

Inferior

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-LL.TIF

96-11-037

Left Lateral

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-PO.TIF

96-11-037

Posterior

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-RL.TIF

96-11-037

Right Lateral

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-SU.TIF

96-11-037

Superior

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-FE1.TIF

96-11-037

Feature 1

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-FE2.TIF

96-11-037

Feature 2

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-FE3.TIF

96-11-037

Feature 3

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-FE4.TIF

96-11-037

Feature 4

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-FE5.TIF

96-11-037

Feature 5

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-FE6.TIF

96-11-037

Feature 6

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-037/037-FE7.TIF

96-11-037

Feature 7

Cranium retains only LM2 and RP4. There is mild intracranial pitting, osteophytes mark the posterior dorsum sellae, and molar alveoli are abscessed. The right posterior vault is elongated.

Full Record: x-96-11-038ab/038A-AN.TIF

96-11-038AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth missing, and there is alveolar resorption. The petrosal/sphenoid complex is malformed (viz. on right). There is an accessory process lateral to L occipital condyle (paracondylar / paraoccipital process). There are multiple mastoid foramina, minor wormians in the lambdoid suture, and an almost bulbous right styloid process. The left pterygoid plate connects with sphenoid just posterior to foramen spinosum (pterygospinous foramen). Bony growths are beginning to 'cover' temporal's jugular notch. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth, and most alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-038ab/038AB-RL.TIF

96-11-038AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth missing, and there is alveolar resorption. The petrosal/sphenoid complex is malformed (viz. on right). There is an accessory process lateral to L occipital condyle (paracondylar / paraoccipital process). There are multiple mastoid foramina, minor wormians in the lambdoid suture, and an almost bulbous right styloid process. The left pterygoid plate connects with sphenoid just posterior to foramen spinosum (pterygospinous foramen). Bony growths are beginning to 'cover' temporal's jugular notch. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth, and most alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-038ab/038-DX.TIF

96-11-038AB

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth missing, and there is alveolar resorption. The petrosal/sphenoid complex is malformed (viz. on right). There is an accessory process lateral to L occipital condyle (paracondylar / paraoccipital process). There are multiple mastoid foramina, minor wormians in the lambdoid suture, and an almost bulbous right styloid process. The left pterygoid plate connects with sphenoid just posterior to foramen spinosum (pterygospinous foramen). Bony growths are beginning to 'cover' temporal's jugular notch. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth, and most alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-038ab/038A-IN.TIF

96-11-038AB

Inferior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth missing, and there is alveolar resorption. The petrosal/sphenoid complex is malformed (viz. on right). There is an accessory process lateral to L occipital condyle (paracondylar / paraoccipital process). There are multiple mastoid foramina, minor wormians in the lambdoid suture, and an almost bulbous right styloid process. The left pterygoid plate connects with sphenoid just posterior to foramen spinosum (pterygospinous foramen). Bony growths are beginning to 'cover' temporal's jugular notch. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth, and most alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-038ab/038A-LL.TIF

96-11-038AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth missing, and there is alveolar resorption. The petrosal/sphenoid complex is malformed (viz. on right). There is an accessory process lateral to L occipital condyle (paracondylar / paraoccipital process). There are multiple mastoid foramina, minor wormians in the lambdoid suture, and an almost bulbous right styloid process. The left pterygoid plate connects with sphenoid just posterior to foramen spinosum (pterygospinous foramen). Bony growths are beginning to 'cover' temporal's jugular notch. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth, and most alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-038ab/038A-PO.TIF

96-11-038AB

Posterior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth missing, and there is alveolar resorption. The petrosal/sphenoid complex is malformed (viz. on right). There is an accessory process lateral to L occipital condyle (paracondylar / paraoccipital process). There are multiple mastoid foramina, minor wormians in the lambdoid suture, and an almost bulbous right styloid process. The left pterygoid plate connects with sphenoid just posterior to foramen spinosum (pterygospinous foramen). Bony growths are beginning to 'cover' temporal's jugular notch. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth, and most alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-038ab/038A-RL.TIF

96-11-038AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth missing, and there is alveolar resorption. The petrosal/sphenoid complex is malformed (viz. on right). There is an accessory process lateral to L occipital condyle (paracondylar / paraoccipital process). There are multiple mastoid foramina, minor wormians in the lambdoid suture, and an almost bulbous right styloid process. The left pterygoid plate connects with sphenoid just posterior to foramen spinosum (pterygospinous foramen). Bony growths are beginning to 'cover' temporal's jugular notch. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth, and most alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-038ab/038A-SU.TIF

96-11-038AB

Superior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth missing, and there is alveolar resorption. The petrosal/sphenoid complex is malformed (viz. on right). There is an accessory process lateral to L occipital condyle (paracondylar / paraoccipital process). There are multiple mastoid foramina, minor wormians in the lambdoid suture, and an almost bulbous right styloid process. The left pterygoid plate connects with sphenoid just posterior to foramen spinosum (pterygospinous foramen). Bony growths are beginning to 'cover' temporal's jugular notch. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth, and most alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-038ab/038AB-AN.TIF

96-11-038AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth missing, and there is alveolar resorption. The petrosal/sphenoid complex is malformed (viz. on right). There is an accessory process lateral to L occipital condyle (paracondylar / paraoccipital process). There are multiple mastoid foramina, minor wormians in the lambdoid suture, and an almost bulbous right styloid process. The left pterygoid plate connects with sphenoid just posterior to foramen spinosum (pterygospinous foramen). Bony growths are beginning to 'cover' temporal's jugular notch. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth, and most alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-038ab/038AB-LL.TIF

96-11-038AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth missing, and there is alveolar resorption. The petrosal/sphenoid complex is malformed (viz. on right). There is an accessory process lateral to L occipital condyle (paracondylar / paraoccipital process). There are multiple mastoid foramina, minor wormians in the lambdoid suture, and an almost bulbous right styloid process. The left pterygoid plate connects with sphenoid just posterior to foramen spinosum (pterygospinous foramen). Bony growths are beginning to 'cover' temporal's jugular notch. Mandible (b) lacks all teeth, and most alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-039/039-AN.TIF

96-11-039

Anterior

Cranium retains only the right and left M1s, is missing most of the inferior nasal bones, and is fairly weathered (viz. on left) resulting in some loosened sutures. The occipital bone completely divided into two bones corresponding to occipital and nuchal planes. There are four healed lesions: one on the left parietal boss, one halfway along sagittal suture, one on the right half of the occipital bone, and one on the right 'nuchal bone.’ The posterior vault slopes sharply into a protuberant occiput. The hypoglossal canals bilateral are bifid, the coronal and anterior sagittal sutures fairly 'depressed' below the rest of the frontal/parietal bones, and there is porosity of superolateral orbital corners (possibly cribra orbitalia). There is an extrasutural bone at the intersection of the left frontal, ethmoid and sphenoid bones.

Full Record: x-96-11-039/039-LL.TIF

96-11-039

Left Lateral

Cranium retains only the right and left M1s, is missing most of the inferior nasal bones, and is fairly weathered (viz. on left) resulting in some loosened sutures. The occipital bone completely divided into two bones corresponding to occipital and nuchal planes. There are four healed lesions: one on the left parietal boss, one halfway along sagittal suture, one on the right half of the occipital bone, and one on the right 'nuchal bone.’ The posterior vault slopes sharply into a protuberant occiput. The hypoglossal canals bilateral are bifid, the coronal and anterior sagittal sutures fairly 'depressed' below the rest of the frontal/parietal bones, and there is porosity of superolateral orbital corners (possibly cribra orbitalia). There is an extrasutural bone at the intersection of the left frontal, ethmoid and sphenoid bones.

Full Record: x-96-11-039/039-PO.TIF

96-11-039

Posterior

Cranium retains only the right and left M1s, is missing most of the inferior nasal bones, and is fairly weathered (viz. on left) resulting in some loosened sutures. The occipital bone completely divided into two bones corresponding to occipital and nuchal planes. There are four healed lesions: one on the left parietal boss, one halfway along sagittal suture, one on the right half of the occipital bone, and one on the right 'nuchal bone.’ The posterior vault slopes sharply into a protuberant occiput. The hypoglossal canals bilateral are bifid, the coronal and anterior sagittal sutures fairly 'depressed' below the rest of the frontal/parietal bones, and there is porosity of superolateral orbital corners (possibly cribra orbitalia). There is an extrasutural bone at the intersection of the left frontal, ethmoid and sphenoid bones.

Full Record: x-96-11-039/039-RL.TIF

96-11-039

Right Lateral

Cranium retains only the right and left M1s, is missing most of the inferior nasal bones, and is fairly weathered (viz. on left) resulting in some loosened sutures. The occipital bone completely divided into two bones corresponding to occipital and nuchal planes. There are four healed lesions: one on the left parietal boss, one halfway along sagittal suture, one on the right half of the occipital bone, and one on the right 'nuchal bone.’ The posterior vault slopes sharply into a protuberant occiput. The hypoglossal canals bilateral are bifid, the coronal and anterior sagittal sutures fairly 'depressed' below the rest of the frontal/parietal bones, and there is porosity of superolateral orbital corners (possibly cribra orbitalia). There is an extrasutural bone at the intersection of the left frontal, ethmoid and sphenoid bones.