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Full Record: x-96-11-062/062-DX.TIF

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Maxillary Dentition

Cranium is missing all teeth, and the coronal suture, right temporal lines, parietal bosses, and landmarks have all been colored with in with marker. Molar and premolar alveoli are resorbed, and the right and left canines are impacted and malformed. The entoglenoid processes/sphenoid spines are elongated and sharp. The petro-tympanic and tympanic fissures are poorly ossified. External occipital protuberance is pronounced. The vomer not is fully attached to the sphenoid rostrum posteriorly. The internasal suture deviates to left superiorly.

Full Record: x-96-11-062/062-FE1.TIF

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Feature 1

Cranium is missing all teeth, and the coronal suture, right temporal lines, parietal bosses, and landmarks have all been colored with in with marker. Molar and premolar alveoli are resorbed, and the right and left canines are impacted and malformed. The entoglenoid processes/sphenoid spines are elongated and sharp. The petro-tympanic and tympanic fissures are poorly ossified. External occipital protuberance is pronounced. The vomer not is fully attached to the sphenoid rostrum posteriorly. The internasal suture deviates to left superiorly.

Full Record: x-96-11-062/062-FE2.TIF

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Feature 2

Cranium is missing all teeth, and the coronal suture, right temporal lines, parietal bosses, and landmarks have all been colored with in with marker. Molar and premolar alveoli are resorbed, and the right and left canines are impacted and malformed. The entoglenoid processes/sphenoid spines are elongated and sharp. The petro-tympanic and tympanic fissures are poorly ossified. External occipital protuberance is pronounced. The vomer not is fully attached to the sphenoid rostrum posteriorly. The internasal suture deviates to left superiorly.

Full Record: x-96-11-062/062-IN.TIF

96-11-062

Inferior

Cranium is missing all teeth, and the coronal suture, right temporal lines, parietal bosses, and landmarks have all been colored with in with marker. Molar and premolar alveoli are resorbed, and the right and left canines are impacted and malformed. The entoglenoid processes/sphenoid spines are elongated and sharp. The petro-tympanic and tympanic fissures are poorly ossified. External occipital protuberance is pronounced. The vomer not is fully attached to the sphenoid rostrum posteriorly. The internasal suture deviates to left superiorly.

Full Record: x-96-11-062/062-LL.TIF

96-11-062

Left Lateral

Cranium is missing all teeth, and the coronal suture, right temporal lines, parietal bosses, and landmarks have all been colored with in with marker. Molar and premolar alveoli are resorbed, and the right and left canines are impacted and malformed. The entoglenoid processes/sphenoid spines are elongated and sharp. The petro-tympanic and tympanic fissures are poorly ossified. External occipital protuberance is pronounced. The vomer not is fully attached to the sphenoid rostrum posteriorly. The internasal suture deviates to left superiorly.

Full Record: x-96-11-062/062-PO.TIF

96-11-062

Posterior

Cranium is missing all teeth, and the coronal suture, right temporal lines, parietal bosses, and landmarks have all been colored with in with marker. Molar and premolar alveoli are resorbed, and the right and left canines are impacted and malformed. The entoglenoid processes/sphenoid spines are elongated and sharp. The petro-tympanic and tympanic fissures are poorly ossified. External occipital protuberance is pronounced. The vomer not is fully attached to the sphenoid rostrum posteriorly. The internasal suture deviates to left superiorly.

Full Record: x-96-11-062/062-RL.TIF

96-11-062

Right Lateral

Cranium is missing all teeth, and the coronal suture, right temporal lines, parietal bosses, and landmarks have all been colored with in with marker. Molar and premolar alveoli are resorbed, and the right and left canines are impacted and malformed. The entoglenoid processes/sphenoid spines are elongated and sharp. The petro-tympanic and tympanic fissures are poorly ossified. External occipital protuberance is pronounced. The vomer not is fully attached to the sphenoid rostrum posteriorly. The internasal suture deviates to left superiorly.

Full Record: x-96-11-062/062-SU.TIF

96-11-062

Superior

Cranium is missing all teeth, and the coronal suture, right temporal lines, parietal bosses, and landmarks have all been colored with in with marker. Molar and premolar alveoli are resorbed, and the right and left canines are impacted and malformed. The entoglenoid processes/sphenoid spines are elongated and sharp. The petro-tympanic and tympanic fissures are poorly ossified. External occipital protuberance is pronounced. The vomer not is fully attached to the sphenoid rostrum posteriorly. The internasal suture deviates to left superiorly.

Full Record: x-96-11-063ab/063AB-AN.TIF

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Anterior

Cranium (a), with a loose calotte, is in a state of atrophy. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large lesion on the left occipital, apparently expanding from endocranium. The right jugular foramen is greatly expanded. There pitting lesions on the right and left middle cranial fossae. The basiocciput is fairly broad. There is bony growth intruding into bifid left jugular foramen. The sagittal suture obliterated, the parietals are covered with patchy, vascularized bony growth. Arachnoid foveae of frontal are enlarged, and the crista galli is atrophied. Most of mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-063ab/063A-RL.TIF

96-11-063AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a), with a loose calotte, is in a state of atrophy. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large lesion on the left occipital, apparently expanding from endocranium. The right jugular foramen is greatly expanded. There pitting lesions on the right and left middle cranial fossae. The basiocciput is fairly broad. There is bony growth intruding into bifid left jugular foramen. The sagittal suture obliterated, the parietals are covered with patchy, vascularized bony growth. Arachnoid foveae of frontal are enlarged, and the crista galli is atrophied. Most of mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-063ab/063A-SU.TIF

96-11-063AB

Superior

Cranium (a), with a loose calotte, is in a state of atrophy. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large lesion on the left occipital, apparently expanding from endocranium. The right jugular foramen is greatly expanded. There pitting lesions on the right and left middle cranial fossae. The basiocciput is fairly broad. There is bony growth intruding into bifid left jugular foramen. The sagittal suture obliterated, the parietals are covered with patchy, vascularized bony growth. Arachnoid foveae of frontal are enlarged, and the crista galli is atrophied. Most of mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-063ab/063AB-LL.TIF

96-11-063AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a), with a loose calotte, is in a state of atrophy. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large lesion on the left occipital, apparently expanding from endocranium. The right jugular foramen is greatly expanded. There pitting lesions on the right and left middle cranial fossae. The basiocciput is fairly broad. There is bony growth intruding into bifid left jugular foramen. The sagittal suture obliterated, the parietals are covered with patchy, vascularized bony growth. Arachnoid foveae of frontal are enlarged, and the crista galli is atrophied. Most of mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-063ab/063AB-RL.TIF

96-11-063AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a), with a loose calotte, is in a state of atrophy. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large lesion on the left occipital, apparently expanding from endocranium. The right jugular foramen is greatly expanded. There pitting lesions on the right and left middle cranial fossae. The basiocciput is fairly broad. There is bony growth intruding into bifid left jugular foramen. The sagittal suture obliterated, the parietals are covered with patchy, vascularized bony growth. Arachnoid foveae of frontal are enlarged, and the crista galli is atrophied. Most of mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-063ab/063B-AN.TIF

96-11-063AB

Anterior

Cranium (a), with a loose calotte, is in a state of atrophy. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large lesion on the left occipital, apparently expanding from endocranium. The right jugular foramen is greatly expanded. There pitting lesions on the right and left middle cranial fossae. The basiocciput is fairly broad. There is bony growth intruding into bifid left jugular foramen. The sagittal suture obliterated, the parietals are covered with patchy, vascularized bony growth. Arachnoid foveae of frontal are enlarged, and the crista galli is atrophied. Most of mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-063ab/063B-IN.TIF

96-11-063AB

Inferior

Cranium (a), with a loose calotte, is in a state of atrophy. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large lesion on the left occipital, apparently expanding from endocranium. The right jugular foramen is greatly expanded. There pitting lesions on the right and left middle cranial fossae. The basiocciput is fairly broad. There is bony growth intruding into bifid left jugular foramen. The sagittal suture obliterated, the parietals are covered with patchy, vascularized bony growth. Arachnoid foveae of frontal are enlarged, and the crista galli is atrophied. Most of mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-063ab/063B-LL.TIF

96-11-063AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a), with a loose calotte, is in a state of atrophy. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large lesion on the left occipital, apparently expanding from endocranium. The right jugular foramen is greatly expanded. There pitting lesions on the right and left middle cranial fossae. The basiocciput is fairly broad. There is bony growth intruding into bifid left jugular foramen. The sagittal suture obliterated, the parietals are covered with patchy, vascularized bony growth. Arachnoid foveae of frontal are enlarged, and the crista galli is atrophied. Most of mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-063ab/063B-PO.TIF

96-11-063AB

Posterior

Cranium (a), with a loose calotte, is in a state of atrophy. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large lesion on the left occipital, apparently expanding from endocranium. The right jugular foramen is greatly expanded. There pitting lesions on the right and left middle cranial fossae. The basiocciput is fairly broad. There is bony growth intruding into bifid left jugular foramen. The sagittal suture obliterated, the parietals are covered with patchy, vascularized bony growth. Arachnoid foveae of frontal are enlarged, and the crista galli is atrophied. Most of mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-063ab/063B-RL.TIF

96-11-063AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a), with a loose calotte, is in a state of atrophy. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large lesion on the left occipital, apparently expanding from endocranium. The right jugular foramen is greatly expanded. There pitting lesions on the right and left middle cranial fossae. The basiocciput is fairly broad. There is bony growth intruding into bifid left jugular foramen. The sagittal suture obliterated, the parietals are covered with patchy, vascularized bony growth. Arachnoid foveae of frontal are enlarged, and the crista galli is atrophied. Most of mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-063ab/063B-SU.TIF

96-11-063AB

Superior

Cranium (a), with a loose calotte, is in a state of atrophy. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large lesion on the left occipital, apparently expanding from endocranium. The right jugular foramen is greatly expanded. There pitting lesions on the right and left middle cranial fossae. The basiocciput is fairly broad. There is bony growth intruding into bifid left jugular foramen. The sagittal suture obliterated, the parietals are covered with patchy, vascularized bony growth. Arachnoid foveae of frontal are enlarged, and the crista galli is atrophied. Most of mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-063ab/063-DN.TIF

96-11-063AB

Mandibular Dentition

Cranium (a), with a loose calotte, is in a state of atrophy. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large lesion on the left occipital, apparently expanding from endocranium. The right jugular foramen is greatly expanded. There pitting lesions on the right and left middle cranial fossae. The basiocciput is fairly broad. There is bony growth intruding into bifid left jugular foramen. The sagittal suture obliterated, the parietals are covered with patchy, vascularized bony growth. Arachnoid foveae of frontal are enlarged, and the crista galli is atrophied. Most of mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-063ab/063-DX.TIF

96-11-063AB

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium (a), with a loose calotte, is in a state of atrophy. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large lesion on the left occipital, apparently expanding from endocranium. The right jugular foramen is greatly expanded. There pitting lesions on the right and left middle cranial fossae. The basiocciput is fairly broad. There is bony growth intruding into bifid left jugular foramen. The sagittal suture obliterated, the parietals are covered with patchy, vascularized bony growth. Arachnoid foveae of frontal are enlarged, and the crista galli is atrophied. Most of mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-063ab/063-FE1.TIF

96-11-063AB

Feature 1

Cranium (a), with a loose calotte, is in a state of atrophy. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large lesion on the left occipital, apparently expanding from endocranium. The right jugular foramen is greatly expanded. There pitting lesions on the right and left middle cranial fossae. The basiocciput is fairly broad. There is bony growth intruding into bifid left jugular foramen. The sagittal suture obliterated, the parietals are covered with patchy, vascularized bony growth. Arachnoid foveae of frontal are enlarged, and the crista galli is atrophied. Most of mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-063ab/063-FE2.TIF

96-11-063AB

Feature 2

Cranium (a), with a loose calotte, is in a state of atrophy. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large lesion on the left occipital, apparently expanding from endocranium. The right jugular foramen is greatly expanded. There pitting lesions on the right and left middle cranial fossae. The basiocciput is fairly broad. There is bony growth intruding into bifid left jugular foramen. The sagittal suture obliterated, the parietals are covered with patchy, vascularized bony growth. Arachnoid foveae of frontal are enlarged, and the crista galli is atrophied. Most of mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-063ab/063A-AN.TIF

96-11-063AB

Anterior

Cranium (a), with a loose calotte, is in a state of atrophy. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large lesion on the left occipital, apparently expanding from endocranium. The right jugular foramen is greatly expanded. There pitting lesions on the right and left middle cranial fossae. The basiocciput is fairly broad. There is bony growth intruding into bifid left jugular foramen. The sagittal suture obliterated, the parietals are covered with patchy, vascularized bony growth. Arachnoid foveae of frontal are enlarged, and the crista galli is atrophied. Most of mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-063ab/063A-IN.TIF

96-11-063AB

Inferior

Cranium (a), with a loose calotte, is in a state of atrophy. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large lesion on the left occipital, apparently expanding from endocranium. The right jugular foramen is greatly expanded. There pitting lesions on the right and left middle cranial fossae. The basiocciput is fairly broad. There is bony growth intruding into bifid left jugular foramen. The sagittal suture obliterated, the parietals are covered with patchy, vascularized bony growth. Arachnoid foveae of frontal are enlarged, and the crista galli is atrophied. Most of mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-063ab/063A-LL.TIF

96-11-063AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a), with a loose calotte, is in a state of atrophy. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large lesion on the left occipital, apparently expanding from endocranium. The right jugular foramen is greatly expanded. There pitting lesions on the right and left middle cranial fossae. The basiocciput is fairly broad. There is bony growth intruding into bifid left jugular foramen. The sagittal suture obliterated, the parietals are covered with patchy, vascularized bony growth. Arachnoid foveae of frontal are enlarged, and the crista galli is atrophied. Most of mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-063ab/063A-PO.TIF

96-11-063AB

Posterior

Cranium (a), with a loose calotte, is in a state of atrophy. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large lesion on the left occipital, apparently expanding from endocranium. The right jugular foramen is greatly expanded. There pitting lesions on the right and left middle cranial fossae. The basiocciput is fairly broad. There is bony growth intruding into bifid left jugular foramen. The sagittal suture obliterated, the parietals are covered with patchy, vascularized bony growth. Arachnoid foveae of frontal are enlarged, and the crista galli is atrophied. Most of mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-064ab/064A-AN.TIF

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Anterior

Cranium (a) belongs to an individual with achondroplasia. All alveoli are resorbed, and vault bone is very thick. There are osteophytes on the endocranial frontal squama, left foramen ovale, endocranial basiocciput, and groove for medulla oblongata. Bony growths from the petrosals intrude over jugular foramina. There is mild pitting at the anterolateral corner of middle cranial fossa. A wormian bone sits at lambda, and one in the left coronal suture. Styloid processes are atrophied. Bone of infraorbital surface is very thin, and there is a hole on the right exposing the maxillary sinus. Bony spines on the inferior greater wings of sphenoids jut into the inferior orbital fissures. Massetric tubercles are exaggerated and rugose. Abnormalities associated with the pituitary gland include: bony growths on anterior sella turcica/pituitary fossa and anterior clinoid processes, and remodeling of the dorsum sellae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-064ab/064A-SU.TIF

96-11-064AB

Superior

Cranium (a) belongs to an individual with achondroplasia. All alveoli are resorbed, and vault bone is very thick. There are osteophytes on the endocranial frontal squama, left foramen ovale, endocranial basiocciput, and groove for medulla oblongata. Bony growths from the petrosals intrude over jugular foramina. There is mild pitting at the anterolateral corner of middle cranial fossa. A wormian bone sits at lambda, and one in the left coronal suture. Styloid processes are atrophied. Bone of infraorbital surface is very thin, and there is a hole on the right exposing the maxillary sinus. Bony spines on the inferior greater wings of sphenoids jut into the inferior orbital fissures. Massetric tubercles are exaggerated and rugose. Abnormalities associated with the pituitary gland include: bony growths on anterior sella turcica/pituitary fossa and anterior clinoid processes, and remodeling of the dorsum sellae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-064ab/064AB-AN.TIF

96-11-064AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) belongs to an individual with achondroplasia. All alveoli are resorbed, and vault bone is very thick. There are osteophytes on the endocranial frontal squama, left foramen ovale, endocranial basiocciput, and groove for medulla oblongata. Bony growths from the petrosals intrude over jugular foramina. There is mild pitting at the anterolateral corner of middle cranial fossa. A wormian bone sits at lambda, and one in the left coronal suture. Styloid processes are atrophied. Bone of infraorbital surface is very thin, and there is a hole on the right exposing the maxillary sinus. Bony spines on the inferior greater wings of sphenoids jut into the inferior orbital fissures. Massetric tubercles are exaggerated and rugose. Abnormalities associated with the pituitary gland include: bony growths on anterior sella turcica/pituitary fossa and anterior clinoid processes, and remodeling of the dorsum sellae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-064ab/064AB-LL.TIF

96-11-064AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) belongs to an individual with achondroplasia. All alveoli are resorbed, and vault bone is very thick. There are osteophytes on the endocranial frontal squama, left foramen ovale, endocranial basiocciput, and groove for medulla oblongata. Bony growths from the petrosals intrude over jugular foramina. There is mild pitting at the anterolateral corner of middle cranial fossa. A wormian bone sits at lambda, and one in the left coronal suture. Styloid processes are atrophied. Bone of infraorbital surface is very thin, and there is a hole on the right exposing the maxillary sinus. Bony spines on the inferior greater wings of sphenoids jut into the inferior orbital fissures. Massetric tubercles are exaggerated and rugose. Abnormalities associated with the pituitary gland include: bony growths on anterior sella turcica/pituitary fossa and anterior clinoid processes, and remodeling of the dorsum sellae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-064ab/064AB-RL.TIF

96-11-064AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) belongs to an individual with achondroplasia. All alveoli are resorbed, and vault bone is very thick. There are osteophytes on the endocranial frontal squama, left foramen ovale, endocranial basiocciput, and groove for medulla oblongata. Bony growths from the petrosals intrude over jugular foramina. There is mild pitting at the anterolateral corner of middle cranial fossa. A wormian bone sits at lambda, and one in the left coronal suture. Styloid processes are atrophied. Bone of infraorbital surface is very thin, and there is a hole on the right exposing the maxillary sinus. Bony spines on the inferior greater wings of sphenoids jut into the inferior orbital fissures. Massetric tubercles are exaggerated and rugose. Abnormalities associated with the pituitary gland include: bony growths on anterior sella turcica/pituitary fossa and anterior clinoid processes, and remodeling of the dorsum sellae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-064ab/064B-AN.TIF

96-11-064AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) belongs to an individual with achondroplasia. All alveoli are resorbed, and vault bone is very thick. There are osteophytes on the endocranial frontal squama, left foramen ovale, endocranial basiocciput, and groove for medulla oblongata. Bony growths from the petrosals intrude over jugular foramina. There is mild pitting at the anterolateral corner of middle cranial fossa. A wormian bone sits at lambda, and one in the left coronal suture. Styloid processes are atrophied. Bone of infraorbital surface is very thin, and there is a hole on the right exposing the maxillary sinus. Bony spines on the inferior greater wings of sphenoids jut into the inferior orbital fissures. Massetric tubercles are exaggerated and rugose. Abnormalities associated with the pituitary gland include: bony growths on anterior sella turcica/pituitary fossa and anterior clinoid processes, and remodeling of the dorsum sellae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-064ab/064B-IN.TIF

96-11-064AB

Inferior

Cranium (a) belongs to an individual with achondroplasia. All alveoli are resorbed, and vault bone is very thick. There are osteophytes on the endocranial frontal squama, left foramen ovale, endocranial basiocciput, and groove for medulla oblongata. Bony growths from the petrosals intrude over jugular foramina. There is mild pitting at the anterolateral corner of middle cranial fossa. A wormian bone sits at lambda, and one in the left coronal suture. Styloid processes are atrophied. Bone of infraorbital surface is very thin, and there is a hole on the right exposing the maxillary sinus. Bony spines on the inferior greater wings of sphenoids jut into the inferior orbital fissures. Massetric tubercles are exaggerated and rugose. Abnormalities associated with the pituitary gland include: bony growths on anterior sella turcica/pituitary fossa and anterior clinoid processes, and remodeling of the dorsum sellae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-064ab/064B-LL.TIF

96-11-064AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) belongs to an individual with achondroplasia. All alveoli are resorbed, and vault bone is very thick. There are osteophytes on the endocranial frontal squama, left foramen ovale, endocranial basiocciput, and groove for medulla oblongata. Bony growths from the petrosals intrude over jugular foramina. There is mild pitting at the anterolateral corner of middle cranial fossa. A wormian bone sits at lambda, and one in the left coronal suture. Styloid processes are atrophied. Bone of infraorbital surface is very thin, and there is a hole on the right exposing the maxillary sinus. Bony spines on the inferior greater wings of sphenoids jut into the inferior orbital fissures. Massetric tubercles are exaggerated and rugose. Abnormalities associated with the pituitary gland include: bony growths on anterior sella turcica/pituitary fossa and anterior clinoid processes, and remodeling of the dorsum sellae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-064ab/064B-PO.TIF

96-11-064AB

Posterior

Cranium (a) belongs to an individual with achondroplasia. All alveoli are resorbed, and vault bone is very thick. There are osteophytes on the endocranial frontal squama, left foramen ovale, endocranial basiocciput, and groove for medulla oblongata. Bony growths from the petrosals intrude over jugular foramina. There is mild pitting at the anterolateral corner of middle cranial fossa. A wormian bone sits at lambda, and one in the left coronal suture. Styloid processes are atrophied. Bone of infraorbital surface is very thin, and there is a hole on the right exposing the maxillary sinus. Bony spines on the inferior greater wings of sphenoids jut into the inferior orbital fissures. Massetric tubercles are exaggerated and rugose. Abnormalities associated with the pituitary gland include: bony growths on anterior sella turcica/pituitary fossa and anterior clinoid processes, and remodeling of the dorsum sellae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-064ab/064B-RL.TIF

96-11-064AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) belongs to an individual with achondroplasia. All alveoli are resorbed, and vault bone is very thick. There are osteophytes on the endocranial frontal squama, left foramen ovale, endocranial basiocciput, and groove for medulla oblongata. Bony growths from the petrosals intrude over jugular foramina. There is mild pitting at the anterolateral corner of middle cranial fossa. A wormian bone sits at lambda, and one in the left coronal suture. Styloid processes are atrophied. Bone of infraorbital surface is very thin, and there is a hole on the right exposing the maxillary sinus. Bony spines on the inferior greater wings of sphenoids jut into the inferior orbital fissures. Massetric tubercles are exaggerated and rugose. Abnormalities associated with the pituitary gland include: bony growths on anterior sella turcica/pituitary fossa and anterior clinoid processes, and remodeling of the dorsum sellae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-064ab/064B-SU.TIF

96-11-064AB

Superior

Cranium (a) belongs to an individual with achondroplasia. All alveoli are resorbed, and vault bone is very thick. There are osteophytes on the endocranial frontal squama, left foramen ovale, endocranial basiocciput, and groove for medulla oblongata. Bony growths from the petrosals intrude over jugular foramina. There is mild pitting at the anterolateral corner of middle cranial fossa. A wormian bone sits at lambda, and one in the left coronal suture. Styloid processes are atrophied. Bone of infraorbital surface is very thin, and there is a hole on the right exposing the maxillary sinus. Bony spines on the inferior greater wings of sphenoids jut into the inferior orbital fissures. Massetric tubercles are exaggerated and rugose. Abnormalities associated with the pituitary gland include: bony growths on anterior sella turcica/pituitary fossa and anterior clinoid processes, and remodeling of the dorsum sellae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-064ab/064-DN.TIF

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Mandibular Dentition

Cranium (a) belongs to an individual with achondroplasia. All alveoli are resorbed, and vault bone is very thick. There are osteophytes on the endocranial frontal squama, left foramen ovale, endocranial basiocciput, and groove for medulla oblongata. Bony growths from the petrosals intrude over jugular foramina. There is mild pitting at the anterolateral corner of middle cranial fossa. A wormian bone sits at lambda, and one in the left coronal suture. Styloid processes are atrophied. Bone of infraorbital surface is very thin, and there is a hole on the right exposing the maxillary sinus. Bony spines on the inferior greater wings of sphenoids jut into the inferior orbital fissures. Massetric tubercles are exaggerated and rugose. Abnormalities associated with the pituitary gland include: bony growths on anterior sella turcica/pituitary fossa and anterior clinoid processes, and remodeling of the dorsum sellae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-064ab/064-DX.TIF

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Maxillary Dentition

Cranium (a) belongs to an individual with achondroplasia. All alveoli are resorbed, and vault bone is very thick. There are osteophytes on the endocranial frontal squama, left foramen ovale, endocranial basiocciput, and groove for medulla oblongata. Bony growths from the petrosals intrude over jugular foramina. There is mild pitting at the anterolateral corner of middle cranial fossa. A wormian bone sits at lambda, and one in the left coronal suture. Styloid processes are atrophied. Bone of infraorbital surface is very thin, and there is a hole on the right exposing the maxillary sinus. Bony spines on the inferior greater wings of sphenoids jut into the inferior orbital fissures. Massetric tubercles are exaggerated and rugose. Abnormalities associated with the pituitary gland include: bony growths on anterior sella turcica/pituitary fossa and anterior clinoid processes, and remodeling of the dorsum sellae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-064ab/064-FE1.TIF

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Feature 1

Cranium (a) belongs to an individual with achondroplasia. All alveoli are resorbed, and vault bone is very thick. There are osteophytes on the endocranial frontal squama, left foramen ovale, endocranial basiocciput, and groove for medulla oblongata. Bony growths from the petrosals intrude over jugular foramina. There is mild pitting at the anterolateral corner of middle cranial fossa. A wormian bone sits at lambda, and one in the left coronal suture. Styloid processes are atrophied. Bone of infraorbital surface is very thin, and there is a hole on the right exposing the maxillary sinus. Bony spines on the inferior greater wings of sphenoids jut into the inferior orbital fissures. Massetric tubercles are exaggerated and rugose. Abnormalities associated with the pituitary gland include: bony growths on anterior sella turcica/pituitary fossa and anterior clinoid processes, and remodeling of the dorsum sellae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-064ab/064-FE2.TIF

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Feature 2

Cranium (a) belongs to an individual with achondroplasia. All alveoli are resorbed, and vault bone is very thick. There are osteophytes on the endocranial frontal squama, left foramen ovale, endocranial basiocciput, and groove for medulla oblongata. Bony growths from the petrosals intrude over jugular foramina. There is mild pitting at the anterolateral corner of middle cranial fossa. A wormian bone sits at lambda, and one in the left coronal suture. Styloid processes are atrophied. Bone of infraorbital surface is very thin, and there is a hole on the right exposing the maxillary sinus. Bony spines on the inferior greater wings of sphenoids jut into the inferior orbital fissures. Massetric tubercles are exaggerated and rugose. Abnormalities associated with the pituitary gland include: bony growths on anterior sella turcica/pituitary fossa and anterior clinoid processes, and remodeling of the dorsum sellae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-064ab/064A-IN.TIF

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Inferior

Cranium (a) belongs to an individual with achondroplasia. All alveoli are resorbed, and vault bone is very thick. There are osteophytes on the endocranial frontal squama, left foramen ovale, endocranial basiocciput, and groove for medulla oblongata. Bony growths from the petrosals intrude over jugular foramina. There is mild pitting at the anterolateral corner of middle cranial fossa. A wormian bone sits at lambda, and one in the left coronal suture. Styloid processes are atrophied. Bone of infraorbital surface is very thin, and there is a hole on the right exposing the maxillary sinus. Bony spines on the inferior greater wings of sphenoids jut into the inferior orbital fissures. Massetric tubercles are exaggerated and rugose. Abnormalities associated with the pituitary gland include: bony growths on anterior sella turcica/pituitary fossa and anterior clinoid processes, and remodeling of the dorsum sellae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-064ab/064A-LL.TIF

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Left Lateral

Cranium (a) belongs to an individual with achondroplasia. All alveoli are resorbed, and vault bone is very thick. There are osteophytes on the endocranial frontal squama, left foramen ovale, endocranial basiocciput, and groove for medulla oblongata. Bony growths from the petrosals intrude over jugular foramina. There is mild pitting at the anterolateral corner of middle cranial fossa. A wormian bone sits at lambda, and one in the left coronal suture. Styloid processes are atrophied. Bone of infraorbital surface is very thin, and there is a hole on the right exposing the maxillary sinus. Bony spines on the inferior greater wings of sphenoids jut into the inferior orbital fissures. Massetric tubercles are exaggerated and rugose. Abnormalities associated with the pituitary gland include: bony growths on anterior sella turcica/pituitary fossa and anterior clinoid processes, and remodeling of the dorsum sellae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-064ab/064A-PO.TIF

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Posterior

Cranium (a) belongs to an individual with achondroplasia. All alveoli are resorbed, and vault bone is very thick. There are osteophytes on the endocranial frontal squama, left foramen ovale, endocranial basiocciput, and groove for medulla oblongata. Bony growths from the petrosals intrude over jugular foramina. There is mild pitting at the anterolateral corner of middle cranial fossa. A wormian bone sits at lambda, and one in the left coronal suture. Styloid processes are atrophied. Bone of infraorbital surface is very thin, and there is a hole on the right exposing the maxillary sinus. Bony spines on the inferior greater wings of sphenoids jut into the inferior orbital fissures. Massetric tubercles are exaggerated and rugose. Abnormalities associated with the pituitary gland include: bony growths on anterior sella turcica/pituitary fossa and anterior clinoid processes, and remodeling of the dorsum sellae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-064ab/064A-RL.TIF

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Right Lateral

Cranium (a) belongs to an individual with achondroplasia. All alveoli are resorbed, and vault bone is very thick. There are osteophytes on the endocranial frontal squama, left foramen ovale, endocranial basiocciput, and groove for medulla oblongata. Bony growths from the petrosals intrude over jugular foramina. There is mild pitting at the anterolateral corner of middle cranial fossa. A wormian bone sits at lambda, and one in the left coronal suture. Styloid processes are atrophied. Bone of infraorbital surface is very thin, and there is a hole on the right exposing the maxillary sinus. Bony spines on the inferior greater wings of sphenoids jut into the inferior orbital fissures. Massetric tubercles are exaggerated and rugose. Abnormalities associated with the pituitary gland include: bony growths on anterior sella turcica/pituitary fossa and anterior clinoid processes, and remodeling of the dorsum sellae. Mandible (b) is missing all teeth due to alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-065/065-AN.TIF

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Anterior

This is a cranium that is missing all teeth. It has been deformed, potentially artificially, by frontal flattening. There is a large wormian bone on either side of lambda on the lambdoidal suture (bilateral), as well as an additional wormian bone on the right lambdoidal suture. There is either healed blunt-force trauma or a lesion on the left parietal just alteral to the lambdoidal suture. The RM2 alveolus has abscessed onto the lateral maxilla, and there is some alveolar resorption. There are also relatively large lacrimal fossae (viz. right), as well as possible endocranial remodeling on the clivus for the medulla oblongata. The left hypoglossal canal is bridged, and the right hypoglossal canal is partially bridged.

Full Record: x-96-11-065/065-DX.TIF

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Maxillary Dentition

This is a cranium that is missing all teeth. It has been deformed, potentially artificially, by frontal flattening. There is a large wormian bone on either side of lambda on the lambdoidal suture (bilateral), as well as an additional wormian bone on the right lambdoidal suture. There is either healed blunt-force trauma or a lesion on the left parietal just alteral to the lambdoidal suture. The RM2 alveolus has abscessed onto the lateral maxilla, and there is some alveolar resorption. There are also relatively large lacrimal fossae (viz. right), as well as possible endocranial remodeling on the clivus for the medulla oblongata. The left hypoglossal canal is bridged, and the right hypoglossal canal is partially bridged.

Full Record: x-96-11-065/065-IN.TIF

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Inferior

This is a cranium that is missing all teeth. It has been deformed, potentially artificially, by frontal flattening. There is a large wormian bone on either side of lambda on the lambdoidal suture (bilateral), as well as an additional wormian bone on the right lambdoidal suture. There is either healed blunt-force trauma or a lesion on the left parietal just alteral to the lambdoidal suture. The RM2 alveolus has abscessed onto the lateral maxilla, and there is some alveolar resorption. There are also relatively large lacrimal fossae (viz. right), as well as possible endocranial remodeling on the clivus for the medulla oblongata. The left hypoglossal canal is bridged, and the right hypoglossal canal is partially bridged.

Full Record: x-96-11-065/065-LL.TIF

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Left Lateral

This is a cranium that is missing all teeth. It has been deformed, potentially artificially, by frontal flattening. There is a large wormian bone on either side of lambda on the lambdoidal suture (bilateral), as well as an additional wormian bone on the right lambdoidal suture. There is either healed blunt-force trauma or a lesion on the left parietal just alteral to the lambdoidal suture. The RM2 alveolus has abscessed onto the lateral maxilla, and there is some alveolar resorption. There are also relatively large lacrimal fossae (viz. right), as well as possible endocranial remodeling on the clivus for the medulla oblongata. The left hypoglossal canal is bridged, and the right hypoglossal canal is partially bridged.