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Full Record: x-96-11-045/045-DX.TIF

96-11-045

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium has a large hanging-display hole bored into bregma, the calotte is wired onto skull, and there are holes bored into the temporomandibular joints for mounting the cranium on the skeleton. Alveoli are variously resorbed and broken, the temporal squamae are protuberant, and the occiput is slightly more posteriorly-protuberant on the left. There are odd bony growths the occipital just posterior to the stylomastoid foramina, and about mastoids. The right mastoid foramen is bifid, and there is probable arthritis at the right temporomandibular joint. The sagittal suture meets coronal fairly left of the cranial midline, and most sutures weakly closed thought posterior sagittal partly obliterated.

Full Record: x-96-11-045/045-FE1.TIF

96-11-045

Feature 1

Cranium has a large hanging-display hole bored into bregma, the calotte is wired onto skull, and there are holes bored into the temporomandibular joints for mounting the cranium on the skeleton. Alveoli are variously resorbed and broken, the temporal squamae are protuberant, and the occiput is slightly more posteriorly-protuberant on the left. There are odd bony growths the occipital just posterior to the stylomastoid foramina, and about mastoids. The right mastoid foramen is bifid, and there is probable arthritis at the right temporomandibular joint. The sagittal suture meets coronal fairly left of the cranial midline, and most sutures weakly closed thought posterior sagittal partly obliterated.

Full Record: x-96-11-045/045-FE2.TIF

96-11-045

Feature 2

Cranium has a large hanging-display hole bored into bregma, the calotte is wired onto skull, and there are holes bored into the temporomandibular joints for mounting the cranium on the skeleton. Alveoli are variously resorbed and broken, the temporal squamae are protuberant, and the occiput is slightly more posteriorly-protuberant on the left. There are odd bony growths the occipital just posterior to the stylomastoid foramina, and about mastoids. The right mastoid foramen is bifid, and there is probable arthritis at the right temporomandibular joint. The sagittal suture meets coronal fairly left of the cranial midline, and most sutures weakly closed thought posterior sagittal partly obliterated.

Full Record: x-96-11-045/045-IN.TIF

96-11-045

Inferior

Cranium has a large hanging-display hole bored into bregma, the calotte is wired onto skull, and there are holes bored into the temporomandibular joints for mounting the cranium on the skeleton. Alveoli are variously resorbed and broken, the temporal squamae are protuberant, and the occiput is slightly more posteriorly-protuberant on the left. There are odd bony growths the occipital just posterior to the stylomastoid foramina, and about mastoids. The right mastoid foramen is bifid, and there is probable arthritis at the right temporomandibular joint. The sagittal suture meets coronal fairly left of the cranial midline, and most sutures weakly closed thought posterior sagittal partly obliterated.

Full Record: x-96-11-045/045-LL.TIF

96-11-045

Left Lateral

Cranium has a large hanging-display hole bored into bregma, the calotte is wired onto skull, and there are holes bored into the temporomandibular joints for mounting the cranium on the skeleton. Alveoli are variously resorbed and broken, the temporal squamae are protuberant, and the occiput is slightly more posteriorly-protuberant on the left. There are odd bony growths the occipital just posterior to the stylomastoid foramina, and about mastoids. The right mastoid foramen is bifid, and there is probable arthritis at the right temporomandibular joint. The sagittal suture meets coronal fairly left of the cranial midline, and most sutures weakly closed thought posterior sagittal partly obliterated.

Full Record: x-96-11-045/045-PO.TIF

96-11-045

Posterior

Cranium has a large hanging-display hole bored into bregma, the calotte is wired onto skull, and there are holes bored into the temporomandibular joints for mounting the cranium on the skeleton. Alveoli are variously resorbed and broken, the temporal squamae are protuberant, and the occiput is slightly more posteriorly-protuberant on the left. There are odd bony growths the occipital just posterior to the stylomastoid foramina, and about mastoids. The right mastoid foramen is bifid, and there is probable arthritis at the right temporomandibular joint. The sagittal suture meets coronal fairly left of the cranial midline, and most sutures weakly closed thought posterior sagittal partly obliterated.

Full Record: x-96-11-045/045-RL.TIF

96-11-045

Right Lateral

Cranium has a large hanging-display hole bored into bregma, the calotte is wired onto skull, and there are holes bored into the temporomandibular joints for mounting the cranium on the skeleton. Alveoli are variously resorbed and broken, the temporal squamae are protuberant, and the occiput is slightly more posteriorly-protuberant on the left. There are odd bony growths the occipital just posterior to the stylomastoid foramina, and about mastoids. The right mastoid foramen is bifid, and there is probable arthritis at the right temporomandibular joint. The sagittal suture meets coronal fairly left of the cranial midline, and most sutures weakly closed thought posterior sagittal partly obliterated.

Full Record: x-96-11-045/045-SU.TIF

96-11-045

Superior

Cranium has a large hanging-display hole bored into bregma, the calotte is wired onto skull, and there are holes bored into the temporomandibular joints for mounting the cranium on the skeleton. Alveoli are variously resorbed and broken, the temporal squamae are protuberant, and the occiput is slightly more posteriorly-protuberant on the left. There are odd bony growths the occipital just posterior to the stylomastoid foramina, and about mastoids. The right mastoid foramen is bifid, and there is probable arthritis at the right temporomandibular joint. The sagittal suture meets coronal fairly left of the cranial midline, and most sutures weakly closed thought posterior sagittal partly obliterated.

Full Record: x-96-11-046ab/046AB-AN.TIF

96-11-046AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, and the calotte is loose. Most alveoli are resorbed. There is a healed fracture through left pterion and onto the temporal squama. The left squamosal suture continues posteriorly down the length of the mastoid, and the right lambdoid suture continues to tip of mastoid. There is an osteophytic knob inferior to the superior nuchal line, and one on the left parietal near the sagittal suture. The left jugular foramen is bifurcated (by occipital and temporal contributions). Pitted lesion endocranially mark the left sphenoid greater wing. Temporo-occipital sutures endocranially are slightly open around the sigmoid sinuses. At lambda there are remnants of a wormian bone suture, and there is an extrasutural bone at right pterion. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth. Most alveoli are resorbed, and the coronoid processes are irregularly-contoured.

Full Record: x-96-11-046ab/046A-SU.TIF

96-11-046AB

Superior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, and the calotte is loose. Most alveoli are resorbed. There is a healed fracture through left pterion and onto the temporal squama. The left squamosal suture continues posteriorly down the length of the mastoid, and the right lambdoid suture continues to tip of mastoid. There is an osteophytic knob inferior to the superior nuchal line, and one on the left parietal near the sagittal suture. The left jugular foramen is bifurcated (by occipital and temporal contributions). Pitted lesion endocranially mark the left sphenoid greater wing. Temporo-occipital sutures endocranially are slightly open around the sigmoid sinuses. At lambda there are remnants of a wormian bone suture, and there is an extrasutural bone at right pterion. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth. Most alveoli are resorbed, and the coronoid processes are irregularly-contoured.

Full Record: x-96-11-046ab/046AB-LL.TIF

96-11-046AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, and the calotte is loose. Most alveoli are resorbed. There is a healed fracture through left pterion and onto the temporal squama. The left squamosal suture continues posteriorly down the length of the mastoid, and the right lambdoid suture continues to tip of mastoid. There is an osteophytic knob inferior to the superior nuchal line, and one on the left parietal near the sagittal suture. The left jugular foramen is bifurcated (by occipital and temporal contributions). Pitted lesion endocranially mark the left sphenoid greater wing. Temporo-occipital sutures endocranially are slightly open around the sigmoid sinuses. At lambda there are remnants of a wormian bone suture, and there is an extrasutural bone at right pterion. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth. Most alveoli are resorbed, and the coronoid processes are irregularly-contoured.

Full Record: x-96-11-046ab/046AB-RL.TIF

96-11-046AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, and the calotte is loose. Most alveoli are resorbed. There is a healed fracture through left pterion and onto the temporal squama. The left squamosal suture continues posteriorly down the length of the mastoid, and the right lambdoid suture continues to tip of mastoid. There is an osteophytic knob inferior to the superior nuchal line, and one on the left parietal near the sagittal suture. The left jugular foramen is bifurcated (by occipital and temporal contributions). Pitted lesion endocranially mark the left sphenoid greater wing. Temporo-occipital sutures endocranially are slightly open around the sigmoid sinuses. At lambda there are remnants of a wormian bone suture, and there is an extrasutural bone at right pterion. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth. Most alveoli are resorbed, and the coronoid processes are irregularly-contoured.

Full Record: x-96-11-046ab/046B-AN.TIF

96-11-046AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, and the calotte is loose. Most alveoli are resorbed. There is a healed fracture through left pterion and onto the temporal squama. The left squamosal suture continues posteriorly down the length of the mastoid, and the right lambdoid suture continues to tip of mastoid. There is an osteophytic knob inferior to the superior nuchal line, and one on the left parietal near the sagittal suture. The left jugular foramen is bifurcated (by occipital and temporal contributions). Pitted lesion endocranially mark the left sphenoid greater wing. Temporo-occipital sutures endocranially are slightly open around the sigmoid sinuses. At lambda there are remnants of a wormian bone suture, and there is an extrasutural bone at right pterion. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth. Most alveoli are resorbed, and the coronoid processes are irregularly-contoured.

Full Record: x-96-11-046ab/046B-IN.TIF

96-11-046AB

Inferior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, and the calotte is loose. Most alveoli are resorbed. There is a healed fracture through left pterion and onto the temporal squama. The left squamosal suture continues posteriorly down the length of the mastoid, and the right lambdoid suture continues to tip of mastoid. There is an osteophytic knob inferior to the superior nuchal line, and one on the left parietal near the sagittal suture. The left jugular foramen is bifurcated (by occipital and temporal contributions). Pitted lesion endocranially mark the left sphenoid greater wing. Temporo-occipital sutures endocranially are slightly open around the sigmoid sinuses. At lambda there are remnants of a wormian bone suture, and there is an extrasutural bone at right pterion. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth. Most alveoli are resorbed, and the coronoid processes are irregularly-contoured.

Full Record: x-96-11-046ab/046B-LL.TIF

96-11-046AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, and the calotte is loose. Most alveoli are resorbed. There is a healed fracture through left pterion and onto the temporal squama. The left squamosal suture continues posteriorly down the length of the mastoid, and the right lambdoid suture continues to tip of mastoid. There is an osteophytic knob inferior to the superior nuchal line, and one on the left parietal near the sagittal suture. The left jugular foramen is bifurcated (by occipital and temporal contributions). Pitted lesion endocranially mark the left sphenoid greater wing. Temporo-occipital sutures endocranially are slightly open around the sigmoid sinuses. At lambda there are remnants of a wormian bone suture, and there is an extrasutural bone at right pterion. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth. Most alveoli are resorbed, and the coronoid processes are irregularly-contoured.

Full Record: x-96-11-046ab/046B-PO.TIF

96-11-046AB

Posterior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, and the calotte is loose. Most alveoli are resorbed. There is a healed fracture through left pterion and onto the temporal squama. The left squamosal suture continues posteriorly down the length of the mastoid, and the right lambdoid suture continues to tip of mastoid. There is an osteophytic knob inferior to the superior nuchal line, and one on the left parietal near the sagittal suture. The left jugular foramen is bifurcated (by occipital and temporal contributions). Pitted lesion endocranially mark the left sphenoid greater wing. Temporo-occipital sutures endocranially are slightly open around the sigmoid sinuses. At lambda there are remnants of a wormian bone suture, and there is an extrasutural bone at right pterion. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth. Most alveoli are resorbed, and the coronoid processes are irregularly-contoured.

Full Record: x-96-11-046ab/046B-RL.TIF

96-11-046AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, and the calotte is loose. Most alveoli are resorbed. There is a healed fracture through left pterion and onto the temporal squama. The left squamosal suture continues posteriorly down the length of the mastoid, and the right lambdoid suture continues to tip of mastoid. There is an osteophytic knob inferior to the superior nuchal line, and one on the left parietal near the sagittal suture. The left jugular foramen is bifurcated (by occipital and temporal contributions). Pitted lesion endocranially mark the left sphenoid greater wing. Temporo-occipital sutures endocranially are slightly open around the sigmoid sinuses. At lambda there are remnants of a wormian bone suture, and there is an extrasutural bone at right pterion. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth. Most alveoli are resorbed, and the coronoid processes are irregularly-contoured.

Full Record: x-96-11-046ab/046B-SU.TIF

96-11-046AB

Superior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, and the calotte is loose. Most alveoli are resorbed. There is a healed fracture through left pterion and onto the temporal squama. The left squamosal suture continues posteriorly down the length of the mastoid, and the right lambdoid suture continues to tip of mastoid. There is an osteophytic knob inferior to the superior nuchal line, and one on the left parietal near the sagittal suture. The left jugular foramen is bifurcated (by occipital and temporal contributions). Pitted lesion endocranially mark the left sphenoid greater wing. Temporo-occipital sutures endocranially are slightly open around the sigmoid sinuses. At lambda there are remnants of a wormian bone suture, and there is an extrasutural bone at right pterion. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth. Most alveoli are resorbed, and the coronoid processes are irregularly-contoured.

Full Record: x-96-11-046ab/046-DX.TIF

96-11-046AB

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, and the calotte is loose. Most alveoli are resorbed. There is a healed fracture through left pterion and onto the temporal squama. The left squamosal suture continues posteriorly down the length of the mastoid, and the right lambdoid suture continues to tip of mastoid. There is an osteophytic knob inferior to the superior nuchal line, and one on the left parietal near the sagittal suture. The left jugular foramen is bifurcated (by occipital and temporal contributions). Pitted lesion endocranially mark the left sphenoid greater wing. Temporo-occipital sutures endocranially are slightly open around the sigmoid sinuses. At lambda there are remnants of a wormian bone suture, and there is an extrasutural bone at right pterion. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth. Most alveoli are resorbed, and the coronoid processes are irregularly-contoured.

Full Record: x-96-11-046ab/046-FE1.TIF

96-11-046AB

Feature 1

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, and the calotte is loose. Most alveoli are resorbed. There is a healed fracture through left pterion and onto the temporal squama. The left squamosal suture continues posteriorly down the length of the mastoid, and the right lambdoid suture continues to tip of mastoid. There is an osteophytic knob inferior to the superior nuchal line, and one on the left parietal near the sagittal suture. The left jugular foramen is bifurcated (by occipital and temporal contributions). Pitted lesion endocranially mark the left sphenoid greater wing. Temporo-occipital sutures endocranially are slightly open around the sigmoid sinuses. At lambda there are remnants of a wormian bone suture, and there is an extrasutural bone at right pterion. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth. Most alveoli are resorbed, and the coronoid processes are irregularly-contoured.

Full Record: x-96-11-046ab/046-FE2.TIF

96-11-046AB

Feature 2

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, and the calotte is loose. Most alveoli are resorbed. There is a healed fracture through left pterion and onto the temporal squama. The left squamosal suture continues posteriorly down the length of the mastoid, and the right lambdoid suture continues to tip of mastoid. There is an osteophytic knob inferior to the superior nuchal line, and one on the left parietal near the sagittal suture. The left jugular foramen is bifurcated (by occipital and temporal contributions). Pitted lesion endocranially mark the left sphenoid greater wing. Temporo-occipital sutures endocranially are slightly open around the sigmoid sinuses. At lambda there are remnants of a wormian bone suture, and there is an extrasutural bone at right pterion. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth. Most alveoli are resorbed, and the coronoid processes are irregularly-contoured.

Full Record: x-96-11-046ab/046A-AN.TIF

96-11-046AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, and the calotte is loose. Most alveoli are resorbed. There is a healed fracture through left pterion and onto the temporal squama. The left squamosal suture continues posteriorly down the length of the mastoid, and the right lambdoid suture continues to tip of mastoid. There is an osteophytic knob inferior to the superior nuchal line, and one on the left parietal near the sagittal suture. The left jugular foramen is bifurcated (by occipital and temporal contributions). Pitted lesion endocranially mark the left sphenoid greater wing. Temporo-occipital sutures endocranially are slightly open around the sigmoid sinuses. At lambda there are remnants of a wormian bone suture, and there is an extrasutural bone at right pterion. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth. Most alveoli are resorbed, and the coronoid processes are irregularly-contoured.

Full Record: x-96-11-046ab/046A-IN.TIF

96-11-046AB

Inferior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, and the calotte is loose. Most alveoli are resorbed. There is a healed fracture through left pterion and onto the temporal squama. The left squamosal suture continues posteriorly down the length of the mastoid, and the right lambdoid suture continues to tip of mastoid. There is an osteophytic knob inferior to the superior nuchal line, and one on the left parietal near the sagittal suture. The left jugular foramen is bifurcated (by occipital and temporal contributions). Pitted lesion endocranially mark the left sphenoid greater wing. Temporo-occipital sutures endocranially are slightly open around the sigmoid sinuses. At lambda there are remnants of a wormian bone suture, and there is an extrasutural bone at right pterion. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth. Most alveoli are resorbed, and the coronoid processes are irregularly-contoured.

Full Record: x-96-11-046ab/046A-LL.TIF

96-11-046AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, and the calotte is loose. Most alveoli are resorbed. There is a healed fracture through left pterion and onto the temporal squama. The left squamosal suture continues posteriorly down the length of the mastoid, and the right lambdoid suture continues to tip of mastoid. There is an osteophytic knob inferior to the superior nuchal line, and one on the left parietal near the sagittal suture. The left jugular foramen is bifurcated (by occipital and temporal contributions). Pitted lesion endocranially mark the left sphenoid greater wing. Temporo-occipital sutures endocranially are slightly open around the sigmoid sinuses. At lambda there are remnants of a wormian bone suture, and there is an extrasutural bone at right pterion. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth. Most alveoli are resorbed, and the coronoid processes are irregularly-contoured.

Full Record: x-96-11-046ab/046A-PO.TIF

96-11-046AB

Posterior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, and the calotte is loose. Most alveoli are resorbed. There is a healed fracture through left pterion and onto the temporal squama. The left squamosal suture continues posteriorly down the length of the mastoid, and the right lambdoid suture continues to tip of mastoid. There is an osteophytic knob inferior to the superior nuchal line, and one on the left parietal near the sagittal suture. The left jugular foramen is bifurcated (by occipital and temporal contributions). Pitted lesion endocranially mark the left sphenoid greater wing. Temporo-occipital sutures endocranially are slightly open around the sigmoid sinuses. At lambda there are remnants of a wormian bone suture, and there is an extrasutural bone at right pterion. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth. Most alveoli are resorbed, and the coronoid processes are irregularly-contoured.

Full Record: x-96-11-046ab/046A-RL.TIF

96-11-046AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth, and the calotte is loose. Most alveoli are resorbed. There is a healed fracture through left pterion and onto the temporal squama. The left squamosal suture continues posteriorly down the length of the mastoid, and the right lambdoid suture continues to tip of mastoid. There is an osteophytic knob inferior to the superior nuchal line, and one on the left parietal near the sagittal suture. The left jugular foramen is bifurcated (by occipital and temporal contributions). Pitted lesion endocranially mark the left sphenoid greater wing. Temporo-occipital sutures endocranially are slightly open around the sigmoid sinuses. At lambda there are remnants of a wormian bone suture, and there is an extrasutural bone at right pterion. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth. Most alveoli are resorbed, and the coronoid processes are irregularly-contoured.

Full Record: x-96-11-047ab/047A-AN.TIF

96-11-047AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth as well as much of the nasopharyngeal skeleton, and the calotte is loose. All alveoli are resorbed, though there are remnants of left molar roots; resorption of the anterior palate is as far superior as the incisive canal. The superior nuchal lines are protuberant and almost torus-like with a depressed inion. Inferior nuchal lines are also pronounced (or possibly remnant of an interparietal bone suture?). The coronal and sagittal sutures are moderately obliterated. Pitting lesions mark the endocranial sphenoid greater wings. There is also a massive 'puckered' lesion on the left frontal squama endocranially, and there are a number of endocranial bony growths. Mandible (b) is also missing all teeth. The alveoli/corpus is so resorbed that the mental foramina are at the top of the corpus and open upward.

Full Record: x-96-11-047ab/047AB-AN.TIF

96-11-047AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth as well as much of the nasopharyngeal skeleton, and the calotte is loose. All alveoli are resorbed, though there are remnants of left molar roots; resorption of the anterior palate is as far superior as the incisive canal. The superior nuchal lines are protuberant and almost torus-like with a depressed inion. Inferior nuchal lines are also pronounced (or possibly remnant of an interparietal bone suture?). The coronal and sagittal sutures are moderately obliterated. Pitting lesions mark the endocranial sphenoid greater wings. There is also a massive 'puckered' lesion on the left frontal squama endocranially, and there are a number of endocranial bony growths. Mandible (b) is also missing all teeth. The alveoli/corpus is so resorbed that the mental foramina are at the top of the corpus and open upward.

Full Record: x-96-11-047ab/047AB-LL.TIF

96-11-047AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth as well as much of the nasopharyngeal skeleton, and the calotte is loose. All alveoli are resorbed, though there are remnants of left molar roots; resorption of the anterior palate is as far superior as the incisive canal. The superior nuchal lines are protuberant and almost torus-like with a depressed inion. Inferior nuchal lines are also pronounced (or possibly remnant of an interparietal bone suture?). The coronal and sagittal sutures are moderately obliterated. Pitting lesions mark the endocranial sphenoid greater wings. There is also a massive 'puckered' lesion on the left frontal squama endocranially, and there are a number of endocranial bony growths. Mandible (b) is also missing all teeth. The alveoli/corpus is so resorbed that the mental foramina are at the top of the corpus and open upward.

Full Record: x-96-11-047ab/047AB-RL.TIF

96-11-047AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth as well as much of the nasopharyngeal skeleton, and the calotte is loose. All alveoli are resorbed, though there are remnants of left molar roots; resorption of the anterior palate is as far superior as the incisive canal. The superior nuchal lines are protuberant and almost torus-like with a depressed inion. Inferior nuchal lines are also pronounced (or possibly remnant of an interparietal bone suture?). The coronal and sagittal sutures are moderately obliterated. Pitting lesions mark the endocranial sphenoid greater wings. There is also a massive 'puckered' lesion on the left frontal squama endocranially, and there are a number of endocranial bony growths. Mandible (b) is also missing all teeth. The alveoli/corpus is so resorbed that the mental foramina are at the top of the corpus and open upward.

Full Record: x-96-11-047ab/047B-AN.TIF

96-11-047AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth as well as much of the nasopharyngeal skeleton, and the calotte is loose. All alveoli are resorbed, though there are remnants of left molar roots; resorption of the anterior palate is as far superior as the incisive canal. The superior nuchal lines are protuberant and almost torus-like with a depressed inion. Inferior nuchal lines are also pronounced (or possibly remnant of an interparietal bone suture?). The coronal and sagittal sutures are moderately obliterated. Pitting lesions mark the endocranial sphenoid greater wings. There is also a massive 'puckered' lesion on the left frontal squama endocranially, and there are a number of endocranial bony growths. Mandible (b) is also missing all teeth. The alveoli/corpus is so resorbed that the mental foramina are at the top of the corpus and open upward.

Full Record: x-96-11-047ab/047B-IN.TIF

96-11-047AB

Inferior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth as well as much of the nasopharyngeal skeleton, and the calotte is loose. All alveoli are resorbed, though there are remnants of left molar roots; resorption of the anterior palate is as far superior as the incisive canal. The superior nuchal lines are protuberant and almost torus-like with a depressed inion. Inferior nuchal lines are also pronounced (or possibly remnant of an interparietal bone suture?). The coronal and sagittal sutures are moderately obliterated. Pitting lesions mark the endocranial sphenoid greater wings. There is also a massive 'puckered' lesion on the left frontal squama endocranially, and there are a number of endocranial bony growths. Mandible (b) is also missing all teeth. The alveoli/corpus is so resorbed that the mental foramina are at the top of the corpus and open upward.

Full Record: x-96-11-047ab/047B-LL.TIF

96-11-047AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth as well as much of the nasopharyngeal skeleton, and the calotte is loose. All alveoli are resorbed, though there are remnants of left molar roots; resorption of the anterior palate is as far superior as the incisive canal. The superior nuchal lines are protuberant and almost torus-like with a depressed inion. Inferior nuchal lines are also pronounced (or possibly remnant of an interparietal bone suture?). The coronal and sagittal sutures are moderately obliterated. Pitting lesions mark the endocranial sphenoid greater wings. There is also a massive 'puckered' lesion on the left frontal squama endocranially, and there are a number of endocranial bony growths. Mandible (b) is also missing all teeth. The alveoli/corpus is so resorbed that the mental foramina are at the top of the corpus and open upward.

Full Record: x-96-11-047ab/047B-PO.TIF

96-11-047AB

Posterior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth as well as much of the nasopharyngeal skeleton, and the calotte is loose. All alveoli are resorbed, though there are remnants of left molar roots; resorption of the anterior palate is as far superior as the incisive canal. The superior nuchal lines are protuberant and almost torus-like with a depressed inion. Inferior nuchal lines are also pronounced (or possibly remnant of an interparietal bone suture?). The coronal and sagittal sutures are moderately obliterated. Pitting lesions mark the endocranial sphenoid greater wings. There is also a massive 'puckered' lesion on the left frontal squama endocranially, and there are a number of endocranial bony growths. Mandible (b) is also missing all teeth. The alveoli/corpus is so resorbed that the mental foramina are at the top of the corpus and open upward.

Full Record: x-96-11-047ab/047B-RL.TIF

96-11-047AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth as well as much of the nasopharyngeal skeleton, and the calotte is loose. All alveoli are resorbed, though there are remnants of left molar roots; resorption of the anterior palate is as far superior as the incisive canal. The superior nuchal lines are protuberant and almost torus-like with a depressed inion. Inferior nuchal lines are also pronounced (or possibly remnant of an interparietal bone suture?). The coronal and sagittal sutures are moderately obliterated. Pitting lesions mark the endocranial sphenoid greater wings. There is also a massive 'puckered' lesion on the left frontal squama endocranially, and there are a number of endocranial bony growths. Mandible (b) is also missing all teeth. The alveoli/corpus is so resorbed that the mental foramina are at the top of the corpus and open upward.

Full Record: x-96-11-047ab/047B-SU.TIF

96-11-047AB

Superior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth as well as much of the nasopharyngeal skeleton, and the calotte is loose. All alveoli are resorbed, though there are remnants of left molar roots; resorption of the anterior palate is as far superior as the incisive canal. The superior nuchal lines are protuberant and almost torus-like with a depressed inion. Inferior nuchal lines are also pronounced (or possibly remnant of an interparietal bone suture?). The coronal and sagittal sutures are moderately obliterated. Pitting lesions mark the endocranial sphenoid greater wings. There is also a massive 'puckered' lesion on the left frontal squama endocranially, and there are a number of endocranial bony growths. Mandible (b) is also missing all teeth. The alveoli/corpus is so resorbed that the mental foramina are at the top of the corpus and open upward.

Full Record: x-96-11-047ab/047-DX.TIF

96-11-047AB

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth as well as much of the nasopharyngeal skeleton, and the calotte is loose. All alveoli are resorbed, though there are remnants of left molar roots; resorption of the anterior palate is as far superior as the incisive canal. The superior nuchal lines are protuberant and almost torus-like with a depressed inion. Inferior nuchal lines are also pronounced (or possibly remnant of an interparietal bone suture?). The coronal and sagittal sutures are moderately obliterated. Pitting lesions mark the endocranial sphenoid greater wings. There is also a massive 'puckered' lesion on the left frontal squama endocranially, and there are a number of endocranial bony growths. Mandible (b) is also missing all teeth. The alveoli/corpus is so resorbed that the mental foramina are at the top of the corpus and open upward.

Full Record: x-96-11-047ab/047-FE1.TIF

96-11-047AB

Feature 1

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth as well as much of the nasopharyngeal skeleton, and the calotte is loose. All alveoli are resorbed, though there are remnants of left molar roots; resorption of the anterior palate is as far superior as the incisive canal. The superior nuchal lines are protuberant and almost torus-like with a depressed inion. Inferior nuchal lines are also pronounced (or possibly remnant of an interparietal bone suture?). The coronal and sagittal sutures are moderately obliterated. Pitting lesions mark the endocranial sphenoid greater wings. There is also a massive 'puckered' lesion on the left frontal squama endocranially, and there are a number of endocranial bony growths. Mandible (b) is also missing all teeth. The alveoli/corpus is so resorbed that the mental foramina are at the top of the corpus and open upward.

Full Record: x-96-11-047ab/047-FE2.TIF

96-11-047AB

Feature 2

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth as well as much of the nasopharyngeal skeleton, and the calotte is loose. All alveoli are resorbed, though there are remnants of left molar roots; resorption of the anterior palate is as far superior as the incisive canal. The superior nuchal lines are protuberant and almost torus-like with a depressed inion. Inferior nuchal lines are also pronounced (or possibly remnant of an interparietal bone suture?). The coronal and sagittal sutures are moderately obliterated. Pitting lesions mark the endocranial sphenoid greater wings. There is also a massive 'puckered' lesion on the left frontal squama endocranially, and there are a number of endocranial bony growths. Mandible (b) is also missing all teeth. The alveoli/corpus is so resorbed that the mental foramina are at the top of the corpus and open upward.

Full Record: x-96-11-047ab/047A-IN.TIF

96-11-047AB

Inferior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth as well as much of the nasopharyngeal skeleton, and the calotte is loose. All alveoli are resorbed, though there are remnants of left molar roots; resorption of the anterior palate is as far superior as the incisive canal. The superior nuchal lines are protuberant and almost torus-like with a depressed inion. Inferior nuchal lines are also pronounced (or possibly remnant of an interparietal bone suture?). The coronal and sagittal sutures are moderately obliterated. Pitting lesions mark the endocranial sphenoid greater wings. There is also a massive 'puckered' lesion on the left frontal squama endocranially, and there are a number of endocranial bony growths. Mandible (b) is also missing all teeth. The alveoli/corpus is so resorbed that the mental foramina are at the top of the corpus and open upward.

Full Record: x-96-11-047ab/047A-LL.TIF

96-11-047AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth as well as much of the nasopharyngeal skeleton, and the calotte is loose. All alveoli are resorbed, though there are remnants of left molar roots; resorption of the anterior palate is as far superior as the incisive canal. The superior nuchal lines are protuberant and almost torus-like with a depressed inion. Inferior nuchal lines are also pronounced (or possibly remnant of an interparietal bone suture?). The coronal and sagittal sutures are moderately obliterated. Pitting lesions mark the endocranial sphenoid greater wings. There is also a massive 'puckered' lesion on the left frontal squama endocranially, and there are a number of endocranial bony growths. Mandible (b) is also missing all teeth. The alveoli/corpus is so resorbed that the mental foramina are at the top of the corpus and open upward.

Full Record: x-96-11-047ab/047A-PO.TIF

96-11-047AB

Posterior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth as well as much of the nasopharyngeal skeleton, and the calotte is loose. All alveoli are resorbed, though there are remnants of left molar roots; resorption of the anterior palate is as far superior as the incisive canal. The superior nuchal lines are protuberant and almost torus-like with a depressed inion. Inferior nuchal lines are also pronounced (or possibly remnant of an interparietal bone suture?). The coronal and sagittal sutures are moderately obliterated. Pitting lesions mark the endocranial sphenoid greater wings. There is also a massive 'puckered' lesion on the left frontal squama endocranially, and there are a number of endocranial bony growths. Mandible (b) is also missing all teeth. The alveoli/corpus is so resorbed that the mental foramina are at the top of the corpus and open upward.

Full Record: x-96-11-047ab/047A-RL.TIF

96-11-047AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth as well as much of the nasopharyngeal skeleton, and the calotte is loose. All alveoli are resorbed, though there are remnants of left molar roots; resorption of the anterior palate is as far superior as the incisive canal. The superior nuchal lines are protuberant and almost torus-like with a depressed inion. Inferior nuchal lines are also pronounced (or possibly remnant of an interparietal bone suture?). The coronal and sagittal sutures are moderately obliterated. Pitting lesions mark the endocranial sphenoid greater wings. There is also a massive 'puckered' lesion on the left frontal squama endocranially, and there are a number of endocranial bony growths. Mandible (b) is also missing all teeth. The alveoli/corpus is so resorbed that the mental foramina are at the top of the corpus and open upward.

Full Record: x-96-11-047ab/047A-SU.TIF

96-11-047AB

Superior

Cranium (a) is missing all teeth as well as much of the nasopharyngeal skeleton, and the calotte is loose. All alveoli are resorbed, though there are remnants of left molar roots; resorption of the anterior palate is as far superior as the incisive canal. The superior nuchal lines are protuberant and almost torus-like with a depressed inion. Inferior nuchal lines are also pronounced (or possibly remnant of an interparietal bone suture?). The coronal and sagittal sutures are moderately obliterated. Pitting lesions mark the endocranial sphenoid greater wings. There is also a massive 'puckered' lesion on the left frontal squama endocranially, and there are a number of endocranial bony growths. Mandible (b) is also missing all teeth. The alveoli/corpus is so resorbed that the mental foramina are at the top of the corpus and open upward.

Full Record: x-96-11-048/048-AN.TIF

96-11-048

Anterior

Cranium w/ all teeth (no M3s) though some are broken; loose calotte; pterygoids flare far posteriorly and nearly contacting the entoglenoid processes and forming accessory foramina just medial to f. ovale; pronounced frontal crest; accessory foramen between fa. ovale and lacerum; osteophytic crest on L petrosal just superior to internal acoustic meatus; superior petrosals are thin and porous over inner ears and TMJs; right and left lambdoidal sutures are complex and contain many wormians and confluesce with the sagittal in a large (inferior) and a smaller (superior) wormian at lambda.

Full Record: x-96-11-048/048-DX.TIF

96-11-048

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium w/ all teeth (no M3s) though some are broken; loose calotte; pterygoids flare far posteriorly and nearly contacting the entoglenoid processes and forming accessory foramina just medial to f. ovale; pronounced frontal crest; accessory foramen between fa. ovale and lacerum; osteophytic crest on L petrosal just superior to internal acoustic meatus; superior petrosals are thin and porous over inner ears and TMJs; right and left lambdoidal sutures are complex and contain many wormians and confluesce with the sagittal in a large (inferior) and a smaller (superior) wormian at lambda.

Full Record: x-96-11-048/048-FE1.TIF

96-11-048

Feature 1

Cranium w/ all teeth (no M3s) though some are broken; loose calotte; pterygoids flare far posteriorly and nearly contacting the entoglenoid processes and forming accessory foramina just medial to f. ovale; pronounced frontal crest; accessory foramen between fa. ovale and lacerum; osteophytic crest on L petrosal just superior to internal acoustic meatus; superior petrosals are thin and porous over inner ears and TMJs; right and left lambdoidal sutures are complex and contain many wormians and confluesce with the sagittal in a large (inferior) and a smaller (superior) wormian at lambda.

Full Record: x-96-11-048/048-IN.TIF

96-11-048

Inferior

Cranium w/ all teeth (no M3s) though some are broken; loose calotte; pterygoids flare far posteriorly and nearly contacting the entoglenoid processes and forming accessory foramina just medial to f. ovale; pronounced frontal crest; accessory foramen between fa. ovale and lacerum; osteophytic crest on L petrosal just superior to internal acoustic meatus; superior petrosals are thin and porous over inner ears and TMJs; right and left lambdoidal sutures are complex and contain many wormians and confluesce with the sagittal in a large (inferior) and a smaller (superior) wormian at lambda.

Full Record: x-96-11-048/048-LL.TIF

96-11-048

Left Lateral

Cranium w/ all teeth (no M3s) though some are broken; loose calotte; pterygoids flare far posteriorly and nearly contacting the entoglenoid processes and forming accessory foramina just medial to f. ovale; pronounced frontal crest; accessory foramen between fa. ovale and lacerum; osteophytic crest on L petrosal just superior to internal acoustic meatus; superior petrosals are thin and porous over inner ears and TMJs; right and left lambdoidal sutures are complex and contain many wormians and confluesce with the sagittal in a large (inferior) and a smaller (superior) wormian at lambda.

Full Record: x-96-11-048/048-PO.TIF

96-11-048

Posterior

Cranium w/ all teeth (no M3s) though some are broken; loose calotte; pterygoids flare far posteriorly and nearly contacting the entoglenoid processes and forming accessory foramina just medial to f. ovale; pronounced frontal crest; accessory foramen between fa. ovale and lacerum; osteophytic crest on L petrosal just superior to internal acoustic meatus; superior petrosals are thin and porous over inner ears and TMJs; right and left lambdoidal sutures are complex and contain many wormians and confluesce with the sagittal in a large (inferior) and a smaller (superior) wormian at lambda.