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

96-11-065

Posterior

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-RL.TIF

96-11-065

Right 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.

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

96-11-065

Superior

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-96-11-066/066-AN.TIF

96-11-066

Anterior

Cranium has a loose calotte, and is missing all teeth and part of the right parietal. The posterior parietals appear a bit foreshortened (i.e. they slope from the middle of the sagittal suture down to the nuchal lines). There is a giant wormian bone encompassing most of left lambdoidal suture. Some alveoli are resorbed. The internasal suture deviates toward R superiorly, and there appear to be pitting lesions on the surface of the sphenoid lesser wings and adjacent orbital plate. The left anterior clinoid process contacts sella creating an accessory foramen. There is a large invagination of on each petrous temporal just lateral to each internal acoustic meatus, inferior to which are bony intrusions into the jugular canal. The foramen magnum is relatively enlarged and circular. The sagittal suture deviates slightly to the left of the coronal suture. Breakage of the basiocciput makes it difficult to tell if there was other great pathology around pituitary, and whether the synchondrosis was fused.

Full Record: x-96-11-066/066-DX.TIF

96-11-066

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium has a loose calotte, and is missing all teeth and part of the right parietal. The posterior parietals appear a bit foreshortened (i.e. they slope from the middle of the sagittal suture down to the nuchal lines). There is a giant wormian bone encompassing most of left lambdoidal suture. Some alveoli are resorbed. The internasal suture deviates toward R superiorly, and there appear to be pitting lesions on the surface of the sphenoid lesser wings and adjacent orbital plate. The left anterior clinoid process contacts sella creating an accessory foramen. There is a large invagination of on each petrous temporal just lateral to each internal acoustic meatus, inferior to which are bony intrusions into the jugular canal. The foramen magnum is relatively enlarged and circular. The sagittal suture deviates slightly to the left of the coronal suture. Breakage of the basiocciput makes it difficult to tell if there was other great pathology around pituitary, and whether the synchondrosis was fused.

Full Record: x-96-11-066/066-FE1.TIF

96-11-066

Feature 1

Cranium has a loose calotte, and is missing all teeth and part of the right parietal. The posterior parietals appear a bit foreshortened (i.e. they slope from the middle of the sagittal suture down to the nuchal lines). There is a giant wormian bone encompassing most of left lambdoidal suture. Some alveoli are resorbed. The internasal suture deviates toward R superiorly, and there appear to be pitting lesions on the surface of the sphenoid lesser wings and adjacent orbital plate. The left anterior clinoid process contacts sella creating an accessory foramen. There is a large invagination of on each petrous temporal just lateral to each internal acoustic meatus, inferior to which are bony intrusions into the jugular canal. The foramen magnum is relatively enlarged and circular. The sagittal suture deviates slightly to the left of the coronal suture. Breakage of the basiocciput makes it difficult to tell if there was other great pathology around pituitary, and whether the synchondrosis was fused.

Full Record: x-96-11-066/066-FE2.TIF

96-11-066

Feature 2

Cranium has a loose calotte, and is missing all teeth and part of the right parietal. The posterior parietals appear a bit foreshortened (i.e. they slope from the middle of the sagittal suture down to the nuchal lines). There is a giant wormian bone encompassing most of left lambdoidal suture. Some alveoli are resorbed. The internasal suture deviates toward R superiorly, and there appear to be pitting lesions on the surface of the sphenoid lesser wings and adjacent orbital plate. The left anterior clinoid process contacts sella creating an accessory foramen. There is a large invagination of on each petrous temporal just lateral to each internal acoustic meatus, inferior to which are bony intrusions into the jugular canal. The foramen magnum is relatively enlarged and circular. The sagittal suture deviates slightly to the left of the coronal suture. Breakage of the basiocciput makes it difficult to tell if there was other great pathology around pituitary, and whether the synchondrosis was fused.

Full Record: x-96-11-066/066-IN.TIF

96-11-066

Inferior

Cranium has a loose calotte, and is missing all teeth and part of the right parietal. The posterior parietals appear a bit foreshortened (i.e. they slope from the middle of the sagittal suture down to the nuchal lines). There is a giant wormian bone encompassing most of left lambdoidal suture. Some alveoli are resorbed. The internasal suture deviates toward R superiorly, and there appear to be pitting lesions on the surface of the sphenoid lesser wings and adjacent orbital plate. The left anterior clinoid process contacts sella creating an accessory foramen. There is a large invagination of on each petrous temporal just lateral to each internal acoustic meatus, inferior to which are bony intrusions into the jugular canal. The foramen magnum is relatively enlarged and circular. The sagittal suture deviates slightly to the left of the coronal suture. Breakage of the basiocciput makes it difficult to tell if there was other great pathology around pituitary, and whether the synchondrosis was fused.

Full Record: x-96-11-066/066-LL.TIF

96-11-066

Left Lateral

Cranium has a loose calotte, and is missing all teeth and part of the right parietal. The posterior parietals appear a bit foreshortened (i.e. they slope from the middle of the sagittal suture down to the nuchal lines). There is a giant wormian bone encompassing most of left lambdoidal suture. Some alveoli are resorbed. The internasal suture deviates toward R superiorly, and there appear to be pitting lesions on the surface of the sphenoid lesser wings and adjacent orbital plate. The left anterior clinoid process contacts sella creating an accessory foramen. There is a large invagination of on each petrous temporal just lateral to each internal acoustic meatus, inferior to which are bony intrusions into the jugular canal. The foramen magnum is relatively enlarged and circular. The sagittal suture deviates slightly to the left of the coronal suture. Breakage of the basiocciput makes it difficult to tell if there was other great pathology around pituitary, and whether the synchondrosis was fused.

Full Record: x-96-11-066/066-PO.TIF

96-11-066

Posterior

Cranium has a loose calotte, and is missing all teeth and part of the right parietal. The posterior parietals appear a bit foreshortened (i.e. they slope from the middle of the sagittal suture down to the nuchal lines). There is a giant wormian bone encompassing most of left lambdoidal suture. Some alveoli are resorbed. The internasal suture deviates toward R superiorly, and there appear to be pitting lesions on the surface of the sphenoid lesser wings and adjacent orbital plate. The left anterior clinoid process contacts sella creating an accessory foramen. There is a large invagination of on each petrous temporal just lateral to each internal acoustic meatus, inferior to which are bony intrusions into the jugular canal. The foramen magnum is relatively enlarged and circular. The sagittal suture deviates slightly to the left of the coronal suture. Breakage of the basiocciput makes it difficult to tell if there was other great pathology around pituitary, and whether the synchondrosis was fused.

Full Record: x-96-11-066/066-RL.TIF

96-11-066

Right Lateral

Cranium has a loose calotte, and is missing all teeth and part of the right parietal. The posterior parietals appear a bit foreshortened (i.e. they slope from the middle of the sagittal suture down to the nuchal lines). There is a giant wormian bone encompassing most of left lambdoidal suture. Some alveoli are resorbed. The internasal suture deviates toward R superiorly, and there appear to be pitting lesions on the surface of the sphenoid lesser wings and adjacent orbital plate. The left anterior clinoid process contacts sella creating an accessory foramen. There is a large invagination of on each petrous temporal just lateral to each internal acoustic meatus, inferior to which are bony intrusions into the jugular canal. The foramen magnum is relatively enlarged and circular. The sagittal suture deviates slightly to the left of the coronal suture. Breakage of the basiocciput makes it difficult to tell if there was other great pathology around pituitary, and whether the synchondrosis was fused.

Full Record: x-96-11-066/066-SU.TIF

96-11-066

Superior

Cranium has a loose calotte, and is missing all teeth and part of the right parietal. The posterior parietals appear a bit foreshortened (i.e. they slope from the middle of the sagittal suture down to the nuchal lines). There is a giant wormian bone encompassing most of left lambdoidal suture. Some alveoli are resorbed. The internasal suture deviates toward R superiorly, and there appear to be pitting lesions on the surface of the sphenoid lesser wings and adjacent orbital plate. The left anterior clinoid process contacts sella creating an accessory foramen. There is a large invagination of on each petrous temporal just lateral to each internal acoustic meatus, inferior to which are bony intrusions into the jugular canal. The foramen magnum is relatively enlarged and circular. The sagittal suture deviates slightly to the left of the coronal suture. Breakage of the basiocciput makes it difficult to tell if there was other great pathology around pituitary, and whether the synchondrosis was fused.

Full Record: x-96-11-067ab/067A-AN.TIF

96-11-067AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) is loose from the calotte, and is missing the molars. The individual completely lacks both naso-lacrimal canals; the lacrimals and maxillae are completely joined together). There is a huge abscess at the RM1 alveolus, the LM1 alveolus resorbed, and the LM2-3 alveoli are abscessed. There are large caries on the RM2 occlusal surface, the buccal LP4 crown, and the fissures of RP3-4. The inferior orbital fissures expand anterolaterally. The articulation of the ethmoid and vomer deviates to the right. An osteophyte bisects the left hypoglossal canal. Other osteophytes obstruct the right and left jugular foramina. There is bony growth on the dorsum sellae, and pits on the right sphenoid greater wing endocranially. The internal occipital protuberance is extremely projecting. There is healed trauma on the sagittal suture just right of bregma, and anterior to temporal line on L frontal. The carotid foramina (ectocranial) are expanded, as are the adjacent vaginal processes, whose styloid processes are reduced (left) or absent (right). The right pterygoid hamulus is atrophied, and the left hamulus is expanded. The frontal crest is pronounced with a protuberance ~1cm above crista galli.This is a mandible, associated with the 67A cranium. Most teeth are present. The LM1 alveolus is completely resorbed, and LM2-3 are abscessed and/or resorbed. The RM1 alveolus is abscessed, continuing to the RP4 alveolus. There are huge caries on the entire crown of RM2 and part of RM3. The lingual surface of the right and left I1-C are covered in black calculus, and there is minor enamel hypoplasia on the labial surface of anterior teeth.

Full Record: x-96-11-067ab/067AB-AN.TIF

96-11-067AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) is loose from the calotte, and is missing the molars. The individual completely lacks both naso-lacrimal canals; the lacrimals and maxillae are completely joined together). There is a huge abscess at the RM1 alveolus, the LM1 alveolus resorbed, and the LM2-3 alveoli are abscessed. There are large caries on the RM2 occlusal surface, the buccal LP4 crown, and the fissures of RP3-4. The inferior orbital fissures expand anterolaterally. The articulation of the ethmoid and vomer deviates to the right. An osteophyte bisects the left hypoglossal canal. Other osteophytes obstruct the right and left jugular foramina. There is bony growth on the dorsum sellae, and pits on the right sphenoid greater wing endocranially. The internal occipital protuberance is extremely projecting. There is healed trauma on the sagittal suture just right of bregma, and anterior to temporal line on L frontal. The carotid foramina (ectocranial) are expanded, as are the adjacent vaginal processes, whose styloid processes are reduced (left) or absent (right). The right pterygoid hamulus is atrophied, and the left hamulus is expanded. The frontal crest is pronounced with a protuberance ~1cm above crista galli.This is a mandible, associated with the 67A cranium. Most teeth are present. The LM1 alveolus is completely resorbed, and LM2-3 are abscessed and/or resorbed. The RM1 alveolus is abscessed, continuing to the RP4 alveolus. There are huge caries on the entire crown of RM2 and part of RM3. The lingual surface of the right and left I1-C are covered in black calculus, and there is minor enamel hypoplasia on the labial surface of anterior teeth.

Full Record: x-96-11-067ab/067AB-LL.TIF

96-11-067AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) is loose from the calotte, and is missing the molars. The individual completely lacks both naso-lacrimal canals; the lacrimals and maxillae are completely joined together). There is a huge abscess at the RM1 alveolus, the LM1 alveolus resorbed, and the LM2-3 alveoli are abscessed. There are large caries on the RM2 occlusal surface, the buccal LP4 crown, and the fissures of RP3-4. The inferior orbital fissures expand anterolaterally. The articulation of the ethmoid and vomer deviates to the right. An osteophyte bisects the left hypoglossal canal. Other osteophytes obstruct the right and left jugular foramina. There is bony growth on the dorsum sellae, and pits on the right sphenoid greater wing endocranially. The internal occipital protuberance is extremely projecting. There is healed trauma on the sagittal suture just right of bregma, and anterior to temporal line on L frontal. The carotid foramina (ectocranial) are expanded, as are the adjacent vaginal processes, whose styloid processes are reduced (left) or absent (right). The right pterygoid hamulus is atrophied, and the left hamulus is expanded. The frontal crest is pronounced with a protuberance ~1cm above crista galli.This is a mandible, associated with the 67A cranium. Most teeth are present. The LM1 alveolus is completely resorbed, and LM2-3 are abscessed and/or resorbed. The RM1 alveolus is abscessed, continuing to the RP4 alveolus. There are huge caries on the entire crown of RM2 and part of RM3. The lingual surface of the right and left I1-C are covered in black calculus, and there is minor enamel hypoplasia on the labial surface of anterior teeth.

Full Record: x-96-11-067ab/067AB-RL.TIF

96-11-067AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) is loose from the calotte, and is missing the molars. The individual completely lacks both naso-lacrimal canals; the lacrimals and maxillae are completely joined together). There is a huge abscess at the RM1 alveolus, the LM1 alveolus resorbed, and the LM2-3 alveoli are abscessed. There are large caries on the RM2 occlusal surface, the buccal LP4 crown, and the fissures of RP3-4. The inferior orbital fissures expand anterolaterally. The articulation of the ethmoid and vomer deviates to the right. An osteophyte bisects the left hypoglossal canal. Other osteophytes obstruct the right and left jugular foramina. There is bony growth on the dorsum sellae, and pits on the right sphenoid greater wing endocranially. The internal occipital protuberance is extremely projecting. There is healed trauma on the sagittal suture just right of bregma, and anterior to temporal line on L frontal. The carotid foramina (ectocranial) are expanded, as are the adjacent vaginal processes, whose styloid processes are reduced (left) or absent (right). The right pterygoid hamulus is atrophied, and the left hamulus is expanded. The frontal crest is pronounced with a protuberance ~1cm above crista galli.This is a mandible, associated with the 67A cranium. Most teeth are present. The LM1 alveolus is completely resorbed, and LM2-3 are abscessed and/or resorbed. The RM1 alveolus is abscessed, continuing to the RP4 alveolus. There are huge caries on the entire crown of RM2 and part of RM3. The lingual surface of the right and left I1-C are covered in black calculus, and there is minor enamel hypoplasia on the labial surface of anterior teeth.

Full Record: x-96-11-067ab/067B-AN.TIF

96-11-067AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) is loose from the calotte, and is missing the molars. The individual completely lacks both naso-lacrimal canals; the lacrimals and maxillae are completely joined together). There is a huge abscess at the RM1 alveolus, the LM1 alveolus resorbed, and the LM2-3 alveoli are abscessed. There are large caries on the RM2 occlusal surface, the buccal LP4 crown, and the fissures of RP3-4. The inferior orbital fissures expand anterolaterally. The articulation of the ethmoid and vomer deviates to the right. An osteophyte bisects the left hypoglossal canal. Other osteophytes obstruct the right and left jugular foramina. There is bony growth on the dorsum sellae, and pits on the right sphenoid greater wing endocranially. The internal occipital protuberance is extremely projecting. There is healed trauma on the sagittal suture just right of bregma, and anterior to temporal line on L frontal. The carotid foramina (ectocranial) are expanded, as are the adjacent vaginal processes, whose styloid processes are reduced (left) or absent (right). The right pterygoid hamulus is atrophied, and the left hamulus is expanded. The frontal crest is pronounced with a protuberance ~1cm above crista galli.This is a mandible, associated with the 67A cranium. Most teeth are present. The LM1 alveolus is completely resorbed, and LM2-3 are abscessed and/or resorbed. The RM1 alveolus is abscessed, continuing to the RP4 alveolus. There are huge caries on the entire crown of RM2 and part of RM3. The lingual surface of the right and left I1-C are covered in black calculus, and there is minor enamel hypoplasia on the labial surface of anterior teeth.

Full Record: x-96-11-067ab/067B-IN.TIF

96-11-067AB

Inferior

Cranium (a) is loose from the calotte, and is missing the molars. The individual completely lacks both naso-lacrimal canals; the lacrimals and maxillae are completely joined together). There is a huge abscess at the RM1 alveolus, the LM1 alveolus resorbed, and the LM2-3 alveoli are abscessed. There are large caries on the RM2 occlusal surface, the buccal LP4 crown, and the fissures of RP3-4. The inferior orbital fissures expand anterolaterally. The articulation of the ethmoid and vomer deviates to the right. An osteophyte bisects the left hypoglossal canal. Other osteophytes obstruct the right and left jugular foramina. There is bony growth on the dorsum sellae, and pits on the right sphenoid greater wing endocranially. The internal occipital protuberance is extremely projecting. There is healed trauma on the sagittal suture just right of bregma, and anterior to temporal line on L frontal. The carotid foramina (ectocranial) are expanded, as are the adjacent vaginal processes, whose styloid processes are reduced (left) or absent (right). The right pterygoid hamulus is atrophied, and the left hamulus is expanded. The frontal crest is pronounced with a protuberance ~1cm above crista galli.This is a mandible, associated with the 67A cranium. Most teeth are present. The LM1 alveolus is completely resorbed, and LM2-3 are abscessed and/or resorbed. The RM1 alveolus is abscessed, continuing to the RP4 alveolus. There are huge caries on the entire crown of RM2 and part of RM3. The lingual surface of the right and left I1-C are covered in black calculus, and there is minor enamel hypoplasia on the labial surface of anterior teeth.

Full Record: x-96-11-067ab/067B-LL.TIF

96-11-067AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) is loose from the calotte, and is missing the molars. The individual completely lacks both naso-lacrimal canals; the lacrimals and maxillae are completely joined together). There is a huge abscess at the RM1 alveolus, the LM1 alveolus resorbed, and the LM2-3 alveoli are abscessed. There are large caries on the RM2 occlusal surface, the buccal LP4 crown, and the fissures of RP3-4. The inferior orbital fissures expand anterolaterally. The articulation of the ethmoid and vomer deviates to the right. An osteophyte bisects the left hypoglossal canal. Other osteophytes obstruct the right and left jugular foramina. There is bony growth on the dorsum sellae, and pits on the right sphenoid greater wing endocranially. The internal occipital protuberance is extremely projecting. There is healed trauma on the sagittal suture just right of bregma, and anterior to temporal line on L frontal. The carotid foramina (ectocranial) are expanded, as are the adjacent vaginal processes, whose styloid processes are reduced (left) or absent (right). The right pterygoid hamulus is atrophied, and the left hamulus is expanded. The frontal crest is pronounced with a protuberance ~1cm above crista galli.This is a mandible, associated with the 67A cranium. Most teeth are present. The LM1 alveolus is completely resorbed, and LM2-3 are abscessed and/or resorbed. The RM1 alveolus is abscessed, continuing to the RP4 alveolus. There are huge caries on the entire crown of RM2 and part of RM3. The lingual surface of the right and left I1-C are covered in black calculus, and there is minor enamel hypoplasia on the labial surface of anterior teeth.

Full Record: x-96-11-067ab/067B-PO.TIF

96-11-067AB

Posterior

Cranium (a) is loose from the calotte, and is missing the molars. The individual completely lacks both naso-lacrimal canals; the lacrimals and maxillae are completely joined together). There is a huge abscess at the RM1 alveolus, the LM1 alveolus resorbed, and the LM2-3 alveoli are abscessed. There are large caries on the RM2 occlusal surface, the buccal LP4 crown, and the fissures of RP3-4. The inferior orbital fissures expand anterolaterally. The articulation of the ethmoid and vomer deviates to the right. An osteophyte bisects the left hypoglossal canal. Other osteophytes obstruct the right and left jugular foramina. There is bony growth on the dorsum sellae, and pits on the right sphenoid greater wing endocranially. The internal occipital protuberance is extremely projecting. There is healed trauma on the sagittal suture just right of bregma, and anterior to temporal line on L frontal. The carotid foramina (ectocranial) are expanded, as are the adjacent vaginal processes, whose styloid processes are reduced (left) or absent (right). The right pterygoid hamulus is atrophied, and the left hamulus is expanded. The frontal crest is pronounced with a protuberance ~1cm above crista galli.This is a mandible, associated with the 67A cranium. Most teeth are present. The LM1 alveolus is completely resorbed, and LM2-3 are abscessed and/or resorbed. The RM1 alveolus is abscessed, continuing to the RP4 alveolus. There are huge caries on the entire crown of RM2 and part of RM3. The lingual surface of the right and left I1-C are covered in black calculus, and there is minor enamel hypoplasia on the labial surface of anterior teeth.

Full Record: x-96-11-067ab/067B-RL.TIF

96-11-067AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) is loose from the calotte, and is missing the molars. The individual completely lacks both naso-lacrimal canals; the lacrimals and maxillae are completely joined together). There is a huge abscess at the RM1 alveolus, the LM1 alveolus resorbed, and the LM2-3 alveoli are abscessed. There are large caries on the RM2 occlusal surface, the buccal LP4 crown, and the fissures of RP3-4. The inferior orbital fissures expand anterolaterally. The articulation of the ethmoid and vomer deviates to the right. An osteophyte bisects the left hypoglossal canal. Other osteophytes obstruct the right and left jugular foramina. There is bony growth on the dorsum sellae, and pits on the right sphenoid greater wing endocranially. The internal occipital protuberance is extremely projecting. There is healed trauma on the sagittal suture just right of bregma, and anterior to temporal line on L frontal. The carotid foramina (ectocranial) are expanded, as are the adjacent vaginal processes, whose styloid processes are reduced (left) or absent (right). The right pterygoid hamulus is atrophied, and the left hamulus is expanded. The frontal crest is pronounced with a protuberance ~1cm above crista galli.This is a mandible, associated with the 67A cranium. Most teeth are present. The LM1 alveolus is completely resorbed, and LM2-3 are abscessed and/or resorbed. The RM1 alveolus is abscessed, continuing to the RP4 alveolus. There are huge caries on the entire crown of RM2 and part of RM3. The lingual surface of the right and left I1-C are covered in black calculus, and there is minor enamel hypoplasia on the labial surface of anterior teeth.

Full Record: x-96-11-067ab/067B-SU.TIF

96-11-067AB

Superior

Cranium (a) is loose from the calotte, and is missing the molars. The individual completely lacks both naso-lacrimal canals; the lacrimals and maxillae are completely joined together). There is a huge abscess at the RM1 alveolus, the LM1 alveolus resorbed, and the LM2-3 alveoli are abscessed. There are large caries on the RM2 occlusal surface, the buccal LP4 crown, and the fissures of RP3-4. The inferior orbital fissures expand anterolaterally. The articulation of the ethmoid and vomer deviates to the right. An osteophyte bisects the left hypoglossal canal. Other osteophytes obstruct the right and left jugular foramina. There is bony growth on the dorsum sellae, and pits on the right sphenoid greater wing endocranially. The internal occipital protuberance is extremely projecting. There is healed trauma on the sagittal suture just right of bregma, and anterior to temporal line on L frontal. The carotid foramina (ectocranial) are expanded, as are the adjacent vaginal processes, whose styloid processes are reduced (left) or absent (right). The right pterygoid hamulus is atrophied, and the left hamulus is expanded. The frontal crest is pronounced with a protuberance ~1cm above crista galli.This is a mandible, associated with the 67A cranium. Most teeth are present. The LM1 alveolus is completely resorbed, and LM2-3 are abscessed and/or resorbed. The RM1 alveolus is abscessed, continuing to the RP4 alveolus. There are huge caries on the entire crown of RM2 and part of RM3. The lingual surface of the right and left I1-C are covered in black calculus, and there is minor enamel hypoplasia on the labial surface of anterior teeth.

Full Record: x-96-11-067ab/067-DN.TIF

96-11-067AB

Mandibular Dentition

Cranium (a) is loose from the calotte, and is missing the molars. The individual completely lacks both naso-lacrimal canals; the lacrimals and maxillae are completely joined together). There is a huge abscess at the RM1 alveolus, the LM1 alveolus resorbed, and the LM2-3 alveoli are abscessed. There are large caries on the RM2 occlusal surface, the buccal LP4 crown, and the fissures of RP3-4. The inferior orbital fissures expand anterolaterally. The articulation of the ethmoid and vomer deviates to the right. An osteophyte bisects the left hypoglossal canal. Other osteophytes obstruct the right and left jugular foramina. There is bony growth on the dorsum sellae, and pits on the right sphenoid greater wing endocranially. The internal occipital protuberance is extremely projecting. There is healed trauma on the sagittal suture just right of bregma, and anterior to temporal line on L frontal. The carotid foramina (ectocranial) are expanded, as are the adjacent vaginal processes, whose styloid processes are reduced (left) or absent (right). The right pterygoid hamulus is atrophied, and the left hamulus is expanded. The frontal crest is pronounced with a protuberance ~1cm above crista galli.This is a mandible, associated with the 67A cranium. Most teeth are present. The LM1 alveolus is completely resorbed, and LM2-3 are abscessed and/or resorbed. The RM1 alveolus is abscessed, continuing to the RP4 alveolus. There are huge caries on the entire crown of RM2 and part of RM3. The lingual surface of the right and left I1-C are covered in black calculus, and there is minor enamel hypoplasia on the labial surface of anterior teeth.

Full Record: x-96-11-067ab/067-FE1.TIF

96-11-067AB

Feature 1

Cranium (a) is loose from the calotte, and is missing the molars. The individual completely lacks both naso-lacrimal canals; the lacrimals and maxillae are completely joined together). There is a huge abscess at the RM1 alveolus, the LM1 alveolus resorbed, and the LM2-3 alveoli are abscessed. There are large caries on the RM2 occlusal surface, the buccal LP4 crown, and the fissures of RP3-4. The inferior orbital fissures expand anterolaterally. The articulation of the ethmoid and vomer deviates to the right. An osteophyte bisects the left hypoglossal canal. Other osteophytes obstruct the right and left jugular foramina. There is bony growth on the dorsum sellae, and pits on the right sphenoid greater wing endocranially. The internal occipital protuberance is extremely projecting. There is healed trauma on the sagittal suture just right of bregma, and anterior to temporal line on L frontal. The carotid foramina (ectocranial) are expanded, as are the adjacent vaginal processes, whose styloid processes are reduced (left) or absent (right). The right pterygoid hamulus is atrophied, and the left hamulus is expanded. The frontal crest is pronounced with a protuberance ~1cm above crista galli.This is a mandible, associated with the 67A cranium. Most teeth are present. The LM1 alveolus is completely resorbed, and LM2-3 are abscessed and/or resorbed. The RM1 alveolus is abscessed, continuing to the RP4 alveolus. There are huge caries on the entire crown of RM2 and part of RM3. The lingual surface of the right and left I1-C are covered in black calculus, and there is minor enamel hypoplasia on the labial surface of anterior teeth.

Full Record: x-96-11-067ab/067-FE2.TIF

96-11-067AB

Feature 2

Cranium (a) is loose from the calotte, and is missing the molars. The individual completely lacks both naso-lacrimal canals; the lacrimals and maxillae are completely joined together). There is a huge abscess at the RM1 alveolus, the LM1 alveolus resorbed, and the LM2-3 alveoli are abscessed. There are large caries on the RM2 occlusal surface, the buccal LP4 crown, and the fissures of RP3-4. The inferior orbital fissures expand anterolaterally. The articulation of the ethmoid and vomer deviates to the right. An osteophyte bisects the left hypoglossal canal. Other osteophytes obstruct the right and left jugular foramina. There is bony growth on the dorsum sellae, and pits on the right sphenoid greater wing endocranially. The internal occipital protuberance is extremely projecting. There is healed trauma on the sagittal suture just right of bregma, and anterior to temporal line on L frontal. The carotid foramina (ectocranial) are expanded, as are the adjacent vaginal processes, whose styloid processes are reduced (left) or absent (right). The right pterygoid hamulus is atrophied, and the left hamulus is expanded. The frontal crest is pronounced with a protuberance ~1cm above crista galli.This is a mandible, associated with the 67A cranium. Most teeth are present. The LM1 alveolus is completely resorbed, and LM2-3 are abscessed and/or resorbed. The RM1 alveolus is abscessed, continuing to the RP4 alveolus. There are huge caries on the entire crown of RM2 and part of RM3. The lingual surface of the right and left I1-C are covered in black calculus, and there is minor enamel hypoplasia on the labial surface of anterior teeth.

Full Record: x-96-11-067ab/067A-IN.TIF

96-11-067AB

Inferior

Cranium (a) is loose from the calotte, and is missing the molars. The individual completely lacks both naso-lacrimal canals; the lacrimals and maxillae are completely joined together). There is a huge abscess at the RM1 alveolus, the LM1 alveolus resorbed, and the LM2-3 alveoli are abscessed. There are large caries on the RM2 occlusal surface, the buccal LP4 crown, and the fissures of RP3-4. The inferior orbital fissures expand anterolaterally. The articulation of the ethmoid and vomer deviates to the right. An osteophyte bisects the left hypoglossal canal. Other osteophytes obstruct the right and left jugular foramina. There is bony growth on the dorsum sellae, and pits on the right sphenoid greater wing endocranially. The internal occipital protuberance is extremely projecting. There is healed trauma on the sagittal suture just right of bregma, and anterior to temporal line on L frontal. The carotid foramina (ectocranial) are expanded, as are the adjacent vaginal processes, whose styloid processes are reduced (left) or absent (right). The right pterygoid hamulus is atrophied, and the left hamulus is expanded. The frontal crest is pronounced with a protuberance ~1cm above crista galli.This is a mandible, associated with the 67A cranium. Most teeth are present. The LM1 alveolus is completely resorbed, and LM2-3 are abscessed and/or resorbed. The RM1 alveolus is abscessed, continuing to the RP4 alveolus. There are huge caries on the entire crown of RM2 and part of RM3. The lingual surface of the right and left I1-C are covered in black calculus, and there is minor enamel hypoplasia on the labial surface of anterior teeth.

Full Record: x-96-11-067ab/067A-LL.TIF

96-11-067AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) is loose from the calotte, and is missing the molars. The individual completely lacks both naso-lacrimal canals; the lacrimals and maxillae are completely joined together). There is a huge abscess at the RM1 alveolus, the LM1 alveolus resorbed, and the LM2-3 alveoli are abscessed. There are large caries on the RM2 occlusal surface, the buccal LP4 crown, and the fissures of RP3-4. The inferior orbital fissures expand anterolaterally. The articulation of the ethmoid and vomer deviates to the right. An osteophyte bisects the left hypoglossal canal. Other osteophytes obstruct the right and left jugular foramina. There is bony growth on the dorsum sellae, and pits on the right sphenoid greater wing endocranially. The internal occipital protuberance is extremely projecting. There is healed trauma on the sagittal suture just right of bregma, and anterior to temporal line on L frontal. The carotid foramina (ectocranial) are expanded, as are the adjacent vaginal processes, whose styloid processes are reduced (left) or absent (right). The right pterygoid hamulus is atrophied, and the left hamulus is expanded. The frontal crest is pronounced with a protuberance ~1cm above crista galli.This is a mandible, associated with the 67A cranium. Most teeth are present. The LM1 alveolus is completely resorbed, and LM2-3 are abscessed and/or resorbed. The RM1 alveolus is abscessed, continuing to the RP4 alveolus. There are huge caries on the entire crown of RM2 and part of RM3. The lingual surface of the right and left I1-C are covered in black calculus, and there is minor enamel hypoplasia on the labial surface of anterior teeth.

Full Record: x-96-11-067ab/067A-PO.TIF

96-11-067AB

Posterior

Cranium (a) is loose from the calotte, and is missing the molars. The individual completely lacks both naso-lacrimal canals; the lacrimals and maxillae are completely joined together). There is a huge abscess at the RM1 alveolus, the LM1 alveolus resorbed, and the LM2-3 alveoli are abscessed. There are large caries on the RM2 occlusal surface, the buccal LP4 crown, and the fissures of RP3-4. The inferior orbital fissures expand anterolaterally. The articulation of the ethmoid and vomer deviates to the right. An osteophyte bisects the left hypoglossal canal. Other osteophytes obstruct the right and left jugular foramina. There is bony growth on the dorsum sellae, and pits on the right sphenoid greater wing endocranially. The internal occipital protuberance is extremely projecting. There is healed trauma on the sagittal suture just right of bregma, and anterior to temporal line on L frontal. The carotid foramina (ectocranial) are expanded, as are the adjacent vaginal processes, whose styloid processes are reduced (left) or absent (right). The right pterygoid hamulus is atrophied, and the left hamulus is expanded. The frontal crest is pronounced with a protuberance ~1cm above crista galli.This is a mandible, associated with the 67A cranium. Most teeth are present. The LM1 alveolus is completely resorbed, and LM2-3 are abscessed and/or resorbed. The RM1 alveolus is abscessed, continuing to the RP4 alveolus. There are huge caries on the entire crown of RM2 and part of RM3. The lingual surface of the right and left I1-C are covered in black calculus, and there is minor enamel hypoplasia on the labial surface of anterior teeth.

Full Record: x-96-11-067ab/067A-RL.TIF

96-11-067AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) is loose from the calotte, and is missing the molars. The individual completely lacks both naso-lacrimal canals; the lacrimals and maxillae are completely joined together). There is a huge abscess at the RM1 alveolus, the LM1 alveolus resorbed, and the LM2-3 alveoli are abscessed. There are large caries on the RM2 occlusal surface, the buccal LP4 crown, and the fissures of RP3-4. The inferior orbital fissures expand anterolaterally. The articulation of the ethmoid and vomer deviates to the right. An osteophyte bisects the left hypoglossal canal. Other osteophytes obstruct the right and left jugular foramina. There is bony growth on the dorsum sellae, and pits on the right sphenoid greater wing endocranially. The internal occipital protuberance is extremely projecting. There is healed trauma on the sagittal suture just right of bregma, and anterior to temporal line on L frontal. The carotid foramina (ectocranial) are expanded, as are the adjacent vaginal processes, whose styloid processes are reduced (left) or absent (right). The right pterygoid hamulus is atrophied, and the left hamulus is expanded. The frontal crest is pronounced with a protuberance ~1cm above crista galli.This is a mandible, associated with the 67A cranium. Most teeth are present. The LM1 alveolus is completely resorbed, and LM2-3 are abscessed and/or resorbed. The RM1 alveolus is abscessed, continuing to the RP4 alveolus. There are huge caries on the entire crown of RM2 and part of RM3. The lingual surface of the right and left I1-C are covered in black calculus, and there is minor enamel hypoplasia on the labial surface of anterior teeth.

Full Record: x-96-11-067ab/067A-SU.TIF

96-11-067AB

Superior

Cranium (a) is loose from the calotte, and is missing the molars. The individual completely lacks both naso-lacrimal canals; the lacrimals and maxillae are completely joined together). There is a huge abscess at the RM1 alveolus, the LM1 alveolus resorbed, and the LM2-3 alveoli are abscessed. There are large caries on the RM2 occlusal surface, the buccal LP4 crown, and the fissures of RP3-4. The inferior orbital fissures expand anterolaterally. The articulation of the ethmoid and vomer deviates to the right. An osteophyte bisects the left hypoglossal canal. Other osteophytes obstruct the right and left jugular foramina. There is bony growth on the dorsum sellae, and pits on the right sphenoid greater wing endocranially. The internal occipital protuberance is extremely projecting. There is healed trauma on the sagittal suture just right of bregma, and anterior to temporal line on L frontal. The carotid foramina (ectocranial) are expanded, as are the adjacent vaginal processes, whose styloid processes are reduced (left) or absent (right). The right pterygoid hamulus is atrophied, and the left hamulus is expanded. The frontal crest is pronounced with a protuberance ~1cm above crista galli.This is a mandible, associated with the 67A cranium. Most teeth are present. The LM1 alveolus is completely resorbed, and LM2-3 are abscessed and/or resorbed. The RM1 alveolus is abscessed, continuing to the RP4 alveolus. There are huge caries on the entire crown of RM2 and part of RM3. The lingual surface of the right and left I1-C are covered in black calculus, and there is minor enamel hypoplasia on the labial surface of anterior teeth.

Full Record: x-96-11-068/068-AN.TIF

96-11-068

Anterior

This cranium is missing its right zygomatic arch, and the vault is asymmetrical, as well as being on a different long axis than the face. There is extreme arthritis of the TMJs (viz. right), and most alveoli are atrophied. The cranium retains only the RM3. There is also a large abscess on the palate around RP3, and caries in RM3. The occipital condyle shape and orientation are asymmetrical. The fa. ovale is greatly enlarged, and the infraorbital sulci are very medio-laterally broad. The right jugular foramen is hypertrophied, and there is an odd bony growth at basion. The incisive canal is bifid, and the right hypoglossal canal is completely bifid.

Full Record: x-96-11-068/068-DX.TIF

96-11-068

Maxillary Dentition

This cranium is missing its right zygomatic arch, and the vault is asymmetrical, as well as being on a different long axis than the face. There is extreme arthritis of the TMJs (viz. right), and most alveoli are atrophied. The cranium retains only the RM3. There is also a large abscess on the palate around RP3, and caries in RM3. The occipital condyle shape and orientation are asymmetrical. The fa. ovale is greatly enlarged, and the infraorbital sulci are very medio-laterally broad. The right jugular foramen is hypertrophied, and there is an odd bony growth at basion. The incisive canal is bifid, and the right hypoglossal canal is completely bifid.

Full Record: x-96-11-068/068-FE1.TIF

96-11-068

Feature 1

This cranium is missing its right zygomatic arch, and the vault is asymmetrical, as well as being on a different long axis than the face. There is extreme arthritis of the TMJs (viz. right), and most alveoli are atrophied. The cranium retains only the RM3. There is also a large abscess on the palate around RP3, and caries in RM3. The occipital condyle shape and orientation are asymmetrical. The fa. ovale is greatly enlarged, and the infraorbital sulci are very medio-laterally broad. The right jugular foramen is hypertrophied, and there is an odd bony growth at basion. The incisive canal is bifid, and the right hypoglossal canal is completely bifid.

Full Record: x-96-11-068/068-FE2.TIF

96-11-068

Feature 2

This cranium is missing its right zygomatic arch, and the vault is asymmetrical, as well as being on a different long axis than the face. There is extreme arthritis of the TMJs (viz. right), and most alveoli are atrophied. The cranium retains only the RM3. There is also a large abscess on the palate around RP3, and caries in RM3. The occipital condyle shape and orientation are asymmetrical. The fa. ovale is greatly enlarged, and the infraorbital sulci are very medio-laterally broad. The right jugular foramen is hypertrophied, and there is an odd bony growth at basion. The incisive canal is bifid, and the right hypoglossal canal is completely bifid.

Full Record: x-96-11-068/068-IN.TIF

96-11-068

Inferior

This cranium is missing its right zygomatic arch, and the vault is asymmetrical, as well as being on a different long axis than the face. There is extreme arthritis of the TMJs (viz. right), and most alveoli are atrophied. The cranium retains only the RM3. There is also a large abscess on the palate around RP3, and caries in RM3. The occipital condyle shape and orientation are asymmetrical. The fa. ovale is greatly enlarged, and the infraorbital sulci are very medio-laterally broad. The right jugular foramen is hypertrophied, and there is an odd bony growth at basion. The incisive canal is bifid, and the right hypoglossal canal is completely bifid.

Full Record: x-96-11-068/068-LL.TIF

96-11-068

Left Lateral

This cranium is missing its right zygomatic arch, and the vault is asymmetrical, as well as being on a different long axis than the face. There is extreme arthritis of the TMJs (viz. right), and most alveoli are atrophied. The cranium retains only the RM3. There is also a large abscess on the palate around RP3, and caries in RM3. The occipital condyle shape and orientation are asymmetrical. The fa. ovale is greatly enlarged, and the infraorbital sulci are very medio-laterally broad. The right jugular foramen is hypertrophied, and there is an odd bony growth at basion. The incisive canal is bifid, and the right hypoglossal canal is completely bifid.

Full Record: x-96-11-068/068-PO.TIF

96-11-068

Posterior

This cranium is missing its right zygomatic arch, and the vault is asymmetrical, as well as being on a different long axis than the face. There is extreme arthritis of the TMJs (viz. right), and most alveoli are atrophied. The cranium retains only the RM3. There is also a large abscess on the palate around RP3, and caries in RM3. The occipital condyle shape and orientation are asymmetrical. The fa. ovale is greatly enlarged, and the infraorbital sulci are very medio-laterally broad. The right jugular foramen is hypertrophied, and there is an odd bony growth at basion. The incisive canal is bifid, and the right hypoglossal canal is completely bifid.

Full Record: x-96-11-068/068-RL.TIF

96-11-068

Right Lateral

This cranium is missing its right zygomatic arch, and the vault is asymmetrical, as well as being on a different long axis than the face. There is extreme arthritis of the TMJs (viz. right), and most alveoli are atrophied. The cranium retains only the RM3. There is also a large abscess on the palate around RP3, and caries in RM3. The occipital condyle shape and orientation are asymmetrical. The fa. ovale is greatly enlarged, and the infraorbital sulci are very medio-laterally broad. The right jugular foramen is hypertrophied, and there is an odd bony growth at basion. The incisive canal is bifid, and the right hypoglossal canal is completely bifid.

Full Record: x-96-11-068/068-SU.TIF

96-11-068

Superior

This cranium is missing its right zygomatic arch, and the vault is asymmetrical, as well as being on a different long axis than the face. There is extreme arthritis of the TMJs (viz. right), and most alveoli are atrophied. The cranium retains only the RM3. There is also a large abscess on the palate around RP3, and caries in RM3. The occipital condyle shape and orientation are asymmetrical. The fa. ovale is greatly enlarged, and the infraorbital sulci are very medio-laterally broad. The right jugular foramen is hypertrophied, and there is an odd bony growth at basion. The incisive canal is bifid, and the right hypoglossal canal is completely bifid.

Full Record: x-96-11-069ab/069A-AN.TIF

96-11-069AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) has its calotte wired on, and all teeth are missing as most alveoli are resorbed. The right infraorbital surface is thin and resorbed/porous, with a long hole at the bottom exposing the sinus. The posterior right maxillary sinus is further exposed by several resorptive holes, and there is bony remodeling of the posterior/tuberosity regions of both maxillae. There are two left infraorbital foramina. The bone of the orbits is fairly thin, and transparent through the optic canals, which are both bifurcated. The right hypoglossal canal is bifid. There are green-stained surface lesions on right temporal squama and on the adjacent parietal and right basicranium. The posterior zygomatics and maxillae are highly vascularized. The right infratemporal crest is hypertrophied. The frontal sinus is extremely expansive. There is bony remodeling of the middle cerebral fossae and frontal squama, and bony spicules project from sella turcica nearly contacting anterior clinoid processes. The foramina lacerate are large and circular. Tympanic plates are dehiscent. Bone of the vault is fairly thick. There are bony, bumpy growths on medullary fossa. A small hole exposes the sphenoid sinus at posterior sella turcica. Mandible (b) retains no teeth, as most alveoli resorbed. RM3 is partially erupted.

Full Record: x-96-11-069ab/069A-SU.TIF

96-11-069AB

Superior

Cranium (a) has its calotte wired on, and all teeth are missing as most alveoli are resorbed. The right infraorbital surface is thin and resorbed/porous, with a long hole at the bottom exposing the sinus. The posterior right maxillary sinus is further exposed by several resorptive holes, and there is bony remodeling of the posterior/tuberosity regions of both maxillae. There are two left infraorbital foramina. The bone of the orbits is fairly thin, and transparent through the optic canals, which are both bifurcated. The right hypoglossal canal is bifid. There are green-stained surface lesions on right temporal squama and on the adjacent parietal and right basicranium. The posterior zygomatics and maxillae are highly vascularized. The right infratemporal crest is hypertrophied. The frontal sinus is extremely expansive. There is bony remodeling of the middle cerebral fossae and frontal squama, and bony spicules project from sella turcica nearly contacting anterior clinoid processes. The foramina lacerate are large and circular. Tympanic plates are dehiscent. Bone of the vault is fairly thick. There are bony, bumpy growths on medullary fossa. A small hole exposes the sphenoid sinus at posterior sella turcica. Mandible (b) retains no teeth, as most alveoli resorbed. RM3 is partially erupted.

Full Record: x-96-11-069ab/069AB-AN.TIF

96-11-069AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) has its calotte wired on, and all teeth are missing as most alveoli are resorbed. The right infraorbital surface is thin and resorbed/porous, with a long hole at the bottom exposing the sinus. The posterior right maxillary sinus is further exposed by several resorptive holes, and there is bony remodeling of the posterior/tuberosity regions of both maxillae. There are two left infraorbital foramina. The bone of the orbits is fairly thin, and transparent through the optic canals, which are both bifurcated. The right hypoglossal canal is bifid. There are green-stained surface lesions on right temporal squama and on the adjacent parietal and right basicranium. The posterior zygomatics and maxillae are highly vascularized. The right infratemporal crest is hypertrophied. The frontal sinus is extremely expansive. There is bony remodeling of the middle cerebral fossae and frontal squama, and bony spicules project from sella turcica nearly contacting anterior clinoid processes. The foramina lacerate are large and circular. Tympanic plates are dehiscent. Bone of the vault is fairly thick. There are bony, bumpy growths on medullary fossa. A small hole exposes the sphenoid sinus at posterior sella turcica. Mandible (b) retains no teeth, as most alveoli resorbed. RM3 is partially erupted.

Full Record: x-96-11-069ab/069AB-LL.TIF

96-11-069AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) has its calotte wired on, and all teeth are missing as most alveoli are resorbed. The right infraorbital surface is thin and resorbed/porous, with a long hole at the bottom exposing the sinus. The posterior right maxillary sinus is further exposed by several resorptive holes, and there is bony remodeling of the posterior/tuberosity regions of both maxillae. There are two left infraorbital foramina. The bone of the orbits is fairly thin, and transparent through the optic canals, which are both bifurcated. The right hypoglossal canal is bifid. There are green-stained surface lesions on right temporal squama and on the adjacent parietal and right basicranium. The posterior zygomatics and maxillae are highly vascularized. The right infratemporal crest is hypertrophied. The frontal sinus is extremely expansive. There is bony remodeling of the middle cerebral fossae and frontal squama, and bony spicules project from sella turcica nearly contacting anterior clinoid processes. The foramina lacerate are large and circular. Tympanic plates are dehiscent. Bone of the vault is fairly thick. There are bony, bumpy growths on medullary fossa. A small hole exposes the sphenoid sinus at posterior sella turcica. Mandible (b) retains no teeth, as most alveoli resorbed. RM3 is partially erupted.

Full Record: x-96-11-069ab/069AB-RL.TIF

96-11-069AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) has its calotte wired on, and all teeth are missing as most alveoli are resorbed. The right infraorbital surface is thin and resorbed/porous, with a long hole at the bottom exposing the sinus. The posterior right maxillary sinus is further exposed by several resorptive holes, and there is bony remodeling of the posterior/tuberosity regions of both maxillae. There are two left infraorbital foramina. The bone of the orbits is fairly thin, and transparent through the optic canals, which are both bifurcated. The right hypoglossal canal is bifid. There are green-stained surface lesions on right temporal squama and on the adjacent parietal and right basicranium. The posterior zygomatics and maxillae are highly vascularized. The right infratemporal crest is hypertrophied. The frontal sinus is extremely expansive. There is bony remodeling of the middle cerebral fossae and frontal squama, and bony spicules project from sella turcica nearly contacting anterior clinoid processes. The foramina lacerate are large and circular. Tympanic plates are dehiscent. Bone of the vault is fairly thick. There are bony, bumpy growths on medullary fossa. A small hole exposes the sphenoid sinus at posterior sella turcica. Mandible (b) retains no teeth, as most alveoli resorbed. RM3 is partially erupted.

Full Record: x-96-11-069ab/069B-AN.TIF

96-11-069AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) has its calotte wired on, and all teeth are missing as most alveoli are resorbed. The right infraorbital surface is thin and resorbed/porous, with a long hole at the bottom exposing the sinus. The posterior right maxillary sinus is further exposed by several resorptive holes, and there is bony remodeling of the posterior/tuberosity regions of both maxillae. There are two left infraorbital foramina. The bone of the orbits is fairly thin, and transparent through the optic canals, which are both bifurcated. The right hypoglossal canal is bifid. There are green-stained surface lesions on right temporal squama and on the adjacent parietal and right basicranium. The posterior zygomatics and maxillae are highly vascularized. The right infratemporal crest is hypertrophied. The frontal sinus is extremely expansive. There is bony remodeling of the middle cerebral fossae and frontal squama, and bony spicules project from sella turcica nearly contacting anterior clinoid processes. The foramina lacerate are large and circular. Tympanic plates are dehiscent. Bone of the vault is fairly thick. There are bony, bumpy growths on medullary fossa. A small hole exposes the sphenoid sinus at posterior sella turcica. Mandible (b) retains no teeth, as most alveoli resorbed. RM3 is partially erupted.

Full Record: x-96-11-069ab/069B-IN.TIF

96-11-069AB

Inferior

Cranium (a) has its calotte wired on, and all teeth are missing as most alveoli are resorbed. The right infraorbital surface is thin and resorbed/porous, with a long hole at the bottom exposing the sinus. The posterior right maxillary sinus is further exposed by several resorptive holes, and there is bony remodeling of the posterior/tuberosity regions of both maxillae. There are two left infraorbital foramina. The bone of the orbits is fairly thin, and transparent through the optic canals, which are both bifurcated. The right hypoglossal canal is bifid. There are green-stained surface lesions on right temporal squama and on the adjacent parietal and right basicranium. The posterior zygomatics and maxillae are highly vascularized. The right infratemporal crest is hypertrophied. The frontal sinus is extremely expansive. There is bony remodeling of the middle cerebral fossae and frontal squama, and bony spicules project from sella turcica nearly contacting anterior clinoid processes. The foramina lacerate are large and circular. Tympanic plates are dehiscent. Bone of the vault is fairly thick. There are bony, bumpy growths on medullary fossa. A small hole exposes the sphenoid sinus at posterior sella turcica. Mandible (b) retains no teeth, as most alveoli resorbed. RM3 is partially erupted.

Full Record: x-96-11-069ab/069B-LL.TIF

96-11-069AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) has its calotte wired on, and all teeth are missing as most alveoli are resorbed. The right infraorbital surface is thin and resorbed/porous, with a long hole at the bottom exposing the sinus. The posterior right maxillary sinus is further exposed by several resorptive holes, and there is bony remodeling of the posterior/tuberosity regions of both maxillae. There are two left infraorbital foramina. The bone of the orbits is fairly thin, and transparent through the optic canals, which are both bifurcated. The right hypoglossal canal is bifid. There are green-stained surface lesions on right temporal squama and on the adjacent parietal and right basicranium. The posterior zygomatics and maxillae are highly vascularized. The right infratemporal crest is hypertrophied. The frontal sinus is extremely expansive. There is bony remodeling of the middle cerebral fossae and frontal squama, and bony spicules project from sella turcica nearly contacting anterior clinoid processes. The foramina lacerate are large and circular. Tympanic plates are dehiscent. Bone of the vault is fairly thick. There are bony, bumpy growths on medullary fossa. A small hole exposes the sphenoid sinus at posterior sella turcica. Mandible (b) retains no teeth, as most alveoli resorbed. RM3 is partially erupted.

Full Record: x-96-11-069ab/069B-PO.TIF

96-11-069AB

Posterior

Cranium (a) has its calotte wired on, and all teeth are missing as most alveoli are resorbed. The right infraorbital surface is thin and resorbed/porous, with a long hole at the bottom exposing the sinus. The posterior right maxillary sinus is further exposed by several resorptive holes, and there is bony remodeling of the posterior/tuberosity regions of both maxillae. There are two left infraorbital foramina. The bone of the orbits is fairly thin, and transparent through the optic canals, which are both bifurcated. The right hypoglossal canal is bifid. There are green-stained surface lesions on right temporal squama and on the adjacent parietal and right basicranium. The posterior zygomatics and maxillae are highly vascularized. The right infratemporal crest is hypertrophied. The frontal sinus is extremely expansive. There is bony remodeling of the middle cerebral fossae and frontal squama, and bony spicules project from sella turcica nearly contacting anterior clinoid processes. The foramina lacerate are large and circular. Tympanic plates are dehiscent. Bone of the vault is fairly thick. There are bony, bumpy growths on medullary fossa. A small hole exposes the sphenoid sinus at posterior sella turcica. Mandible (b) retains no teeth, as most alveoli resorbed. RM3 is partially erupted.

Full Record: x-96-11-069ab/069B-RL.TIF

96-11-069AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) has its calotte wired on, and all teeth are missing as most alveoli are resorbed. The right infraorbital surface is thin and resorbed/porous, with a long hole at the bottom exposing the sinus. The posterior right maxillary sinus is further exposed by several resorptive holes, and there is bony remodeling of the posterior/tuberosity regions of both maxillae. There are two left infraorbital foramina. The bone of the orbits is fairly thin, and transparent through the optic canals, which are both bifurcated. The right hypoglossal canal is bifid. There are green-stained surface lesions on right temporal squama and on the adjacent parietal and right basicranium. The posterior zygomatics and maxillae are highly vascularized. The right infratemporal crest is hypertrophied. The frontal sinus is extremely expansive. There is bony remodeling of the middle cerebral fossae and frontal squama, and bony spicules project from sella turcica nearly contacting anterior clinoid processes. The foramina lacerate are large and circular. Tympanic plates are dehiscent. Bone of the vault is fairly thick. There are bony, bumpy growths on medullary fossa. A small hole exposes the sphenoid sinus at posterior sella turcica. Mandible (b) retains no teeth, as most alveoli resorbed. RM3 is partially erupted.

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96-11-069AB

Superior

Cranium (a) has its calotte wired on, and all teeth are missing as most alveoli are resorbed. The right infraorbital surface is thin and resorbed/porous, with a long hole at the bottom exposing the sinus. The posterior right maxillary sinus is further exposed by several resorptive holes, and there is bony remodeling of the posterior/tuberosity regions of both maxillae. There are two left infraorbital foramina. The bone of the orbits is fairly thin, and transparent through the optic canals, which are both bifurcated. The right hypoglossal canal is bifid. There are green-stained surface lesions on right temporal squama and on the adjacent parietal and right basicranium. The posterior zygomatics and maxillae are highly vascularized. The right infratemporal crest is hypertrophied. The frontal sinus is extremely expansive. There is bony remodeling of the middle cerebral fossae and frontal squama, and bony spicules project from sella turcica nearly contacting anterior clinoid processes. The foramina lacerate are large and circular. Tympanic plates are dehiscent. Bone of the vault is fairly thick. There are bony, bumpy growths on medullary fossa. A small hole exposes the sphenoid sinus at posterior sella turcica. Mandible (b) retains no teeth, as most alveoli resorbed. RM3 is partially erupted.