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Full Record: x-96-11-137a/137-PO.TIF

96-11-137A

Posterior

This cranium is missing its calotte, and the dorsum sellae are broken. Dentally, it retains only RI1-2, LI2, the roots of LP3-4, and RM1. The molar alveoli are abscessed and/or resorbed, and the LP roots and part of the LP4 alveolus are abscessed. The anterior clinoid processes contact osteophytes on the anterolateral sella turcica (bilateral), creating additional foramen behind the optic canal. There is a very large frontal sinus, which appears to be over the midline and left side only. There is also a globular bony deposition on the lateral wall of the middle cranial fossae (viz. left). The f. carotid and lacera are confluent (bilateral). There is bony growth about the sigmoid sinuses (bilateral), and bony intrusion from petrosals into the jugular foramen (bilateral). There appears to be an oblong lesion anterior to the left occipital condyle and medial to the left hypoglossal canal. There is also a large lesion on the right of the sphenoid body, exposing the sphenoid sinus.

Full Record: x-96-11-137a/137-RL.TIF

96-11-137A

Right Lateral

This cranium is missing its calotte, and the dorsum sellae are broken. Dentally, it retains only RI1-2, LI2, the roots of LP3-4, and RM1. The molar alveoli are abscessed and/or resorbed, and the LP roots and part of the LP4 alveolus are abscessed. The anterior clinoid processes contact osteophytes on the anterolateral sella turcica (bilateral), creating additional foramen behind the optic canal. There is a very large frontal sinus, which appears to be over the midline and left side only. There is also a globular bony deposition on the lateral wall of the middle cranial fossae (viz. left). The f. carotid and lacera are confluent (bilateral). There is bony growth about the sigmoid sinuses (bilateral), and bony intrusion from petrosals into the jugular foramen (bilateral). There appears to be an oblong lesion anterior to the left occipital condyle and medial to the left hypoglossal canal. There is also a large lesion on the right of the sphenoid body, exposing the sphenoid sinus.

Full Record: x-96-11-137a/137-SU.TIF

96-11-137A

Superior

This cranium is missing its calotte, and the dorsum sellae are broken. Dentally, it retains only RI1-2, LI2, the roots of LP3-4, and RM1. The molar alveoli are abscessed and/or resorbed, and the LP roots and part of the LP4 alveolus are abscessed. The anterior clinoid processes contact osteophytes on the anterolateral sella turcica (bilateral), creating additional foramen behind the optic canal. There is a very large frontal sinus, which appears to be over the midline and left side only. There is also a globular bony deposition on the lateral wall of the middle cranial fossae (viz. left). The f. carotid and lacera are confluent (bilateral). There is bony growth about the sigmoid sinuses (bilateral), and bony intrusion from petrosals into the jugular foramen (bilateral). There appears to be an oblong lesion anterior to the left occipital condyle and medial to the left hypoglossal canal. There is also a large lesion on the right of the sphenoid body, exposing the sphenoid sinus.

Full Record: x-96-11-138/138-AN.TIF

96-11-138

Anterior

This cranium has a loose calotte. All teeth are missing except RM1, and there is alveolar resorption. LM2 may have abscessed before resorption. There is mild TMJ arthritis (viz. left). The petrosals of the inner ear are porous and broken at parts. There is an osteophytic knob on the left foramen magnum margin, just posterior to the condyle. The frontal sinus appears to be exclusively located on the left side. Additionally, there are bumpy, bony growths on either side of the anterior sagittal sinus.

Full Record: x-96-11-138/138-LL.TIF

96-11-138

Left Lateral

This cranium has a loose calotte. All teeth are missing except RM1, and there is alveolar resorption. LM2 may have abscessed before resorption. There is mild TMJ arthritis (viz. left). The petrosals of the inner ear are porous and broken at parts. There is an osteophytic knob on the left foramen magnum margin, just posterior to the condyle. The frontal sinus appears to be exclusively located on the left side. Additionally, there are bumpy, bony growths on either side of the anterior sagittal sinus.

Full Record: x-96-11-138/138-PO.TIF

96-11-138

Posterior

This cranium has a loose calotte. All teeth are missing except RM1, and there is alveolar resorption. LM2 may have abscessed before resorption. There is mild TMJ arthritis (viz. left). The petrosals of the inner ear are porous and broken at parts. There is an osteophytic knob on the left foramen magnum margin, just posterior to the condyle. The frontal sinus appears to be exclusively located on the left side. Additionally, there are bumpy, bony growths on either side of the anterior sagittal sinus.

Full Record: x-96-11-138/138-RL.TIF

96-11-138

Right Lateral

This cranium has a loose calotte. All teeth are missing except RM1, and there is alveolar resorption. LM2 may have abscessed before resorption. There is mild TMJ arthritis (viz. left). The petrosals of the inner ear are porous and broken at parts. There is an osteophytic knob on the left foramen magnum margin, just posterior to the condyle. The frontal sinus appears to be exclusively located on the left side. Additionally, there are bumpy, bony growths on either side of the anterior sagittal sinus.

Full Record: x-96-11-138/138-SU.TIF

96-11-138

Superior

This cranium has a loose calotte. All teeth are missing except RM1, and there is alveolar resorption. LM2 may have abscessed before resorption. There is mild TMJ arthritis (viz. left). The petrosals of the inner ear are porous and broken at parts. There is an osteophytic knob on the left foramen magnum margin, just posterior to the condyle. The frontal sinus appears to be exclusively located on the left side. Additionally, there are bumpy, bony growths on either side of the anterior sagittal sinus.

Full Record: x-96-11-139/139-AN.TIF

96-11-139

Anterior

This cranium is fairly brachycephalic, with pronounced vault asymmetry, in that the left parietal and occipital protrude posterolaterally more than the right side. There are very large mastoid foramina, especially large on the left side, and with a groove on the right. The lateral pterygoid plates are massive, creating doubled pterygo-spinous foramina (bilateral). They styloid processes are truncated by resorption, and there is a broken bony projection coming off the posterolateral left occipital condyle. The lambdoidal suture is beginning to be obliterated, but there appears to be a wormian bone at lambda. The median nuchal line is pronounced, and there is carabelli expression, but wear obscures degree of trait. Dentally, only RM1-3, LP3-4, and LM2-3 are retained, and the only resorbed alveolus is at LM1.

Full Record: x-96-11-139/139-IN.TIF

96-11-139

Inferior

This cranium is fairly brachycephalic, with pronounced vault asymmetry, in that the left parietal and occipital protrude posterolaterally more than the right side. There are very large mastoid foramina, especially large on the left side, and with a groove on the right. The lateral pterygoid plates are massive, creating doubled pterygo-spinous foramina (bilateral). They styloid processes are truncated by resorption, and there is a broken bony projection coming off the posterolateral left occipital condyle. The lambdoidal suture is beginning to be obliterated, but there appears to be a wormian bone at lambda. The median nuchal line is pronounced, and there is carabelli expression, but wear obscures degree of trait. Dentally, only RM1-3, LP3-4, and LM2-3 are retained, and the only resorbed alveolus is at LM1.

Full Record: x-96-11-139/139-LL.TIF

96-11-139

Left Lateral

This cranium is fairly brachycephalic, with pronounced vault asymmetry, in that the left parietal and occipital protrude posterolaterally more than the right side. There are very large mastoid foramina, especially large on the left side, and with a groove on the right. The lateral pterygoid plates are massive, creating doubled pterygo-spinous foramina (bilateral). They styloid processes are truncated by resorption, and there is a broken bony projection coming off the posterolateral left occipital condyle. The lambdoidal suture is beginning to be obliterated, but there appears to be a wormian bone at lambda. The median nuchal line is pronounced, and there is carabelli expression, but wear obscures degree of trait. Dentally, only RM1-3, LP3-4, and LM2-3 are retained, and the only resorbed alveolus is at LM1.

Full Record: x-96-11-139/139-PO.TIF

96-11-139

Posterior

This cranium is fairly brachycephalic, with pronounced vault asymmetry, in that the left parietal and occipital protrude posterolaterally more than the right side. There are very large mastoid foramina, especially large on the left side, and with a groove on the right. The lateral pterygoid plates are massive, creating doubled pterygo-spinous foramina (bilateral). They styloid processes are truncated by resorption, and there is a broken bony projection coming off the posterolateral left occipital condyle. The lambdoidal suture is beginning to be obliterated, but there appears to be a wormian bone at lambda. The median nuchal line is pronounced, and there is carabelli expression, but wear obscures degree of trait. Dentally, only RM1-3, LP3-4, and LM2-3 are retained, and the only resorbed alveolus is at LM1.

Full Record: x-96-11-139/139-RL.TIF

96-11-139

Right Lateral

This cranium is fairly brachycephalic, with pronounced vault asymmetry, in that the left parietal and occipital protrude posterolaterally more than the right side. There are very large mastoid foramina, especially large on the left side, and with a groove on the right. The lateral pterygoid plates are massive, creating doubled pterygo-spinous foramina (bilateral). They styloid processes are truncated by resorption, and there is a broken bony projection coming off the posterolateral left occipital condyle. The lambdoidal suture is beginning to be obliterated, but there appears to be a wormian bone at lambda. The median nuchal line is pronounced, and there is carabelli expression, but wear obscures degree of trait. Dentally, only RM1-3, LP3-4, and LM2-3 are retained, and the only resorbed alveolus is at LM1.

Full Record: x-96-11-139/139-SU.TIF

96-11-139

Superior

This cranium is fairly brachycephalic, with pronounced vault asymmetry, in that the left parietal and occipital protrude posterolaterally more than the right side. There are very large mastoid foramina, especially large on the left side, and with a groove on the right. The lateral pterygoid plates are massive, creating doubled pterygo-spinous foramina (bilateral). They styloid processes are truncated by resorption, and there is a broken bony projection coming off the posterolateral left occipital condyle. The lambdoidal suture is beginning to be obliterated, but there appears to be a wormian bone at lambda. The median nuchal line is pronounced, and there is carabelli expression, but wear obscures degree of trait. Dentally, only RM1-3, LP3-4, and LM2-3 are retained, and the only resorbed alveolus is at LM1.

Full Record: x-96-11-140/140-AN.TIF

96-11-140

Anterior

This is the cranium of a juvenile. It is missing the nasal bones. The cranium retains rdc-dm2 and has unerupted right and left I1-2 and M1-2 crowns, visible in crypts. The sagittal suture deviates to the left anteriorly. There is modest carabelli’s expression on the dm2s and M1s. The occipital and parietal bones are depressed centered at lambda. The right posterior vault protrudes a bit more than the left, and there is vault-face asymmetry. The left temporal foramen or fossa is more circular than the right. Overall, the cranium looks fairly brachycephalic, possibly indicating artificial modification.

Full Record: x-96-11-140/140-IN.TIF

96-11-140

Inferior

This is the cranium of a juvenile. It is missing the nasal bones. The cranium retains rdc-dm2 and has unerupted right and left I1-2 and M1-2 crowns, visible in crypts. The sagittal suture deviates to the left anteriorly. There is modest carabelli’s expression on the dm2s and M1s. The occipital and parietal bones are depressed centered at lambda. The right posterior vault protrudes a bit more than the left, and there is vault-face asymmetry. The left temporal foramen or fossa is more circular than the right. Overall, the cranium looks fairly brachycephalic, possibly indicating artificial modification.

Full Record: x-96-11-140/140-LL.TIF

96-11-140

Left Lateral

This is the cranium of a juvenile. It is missing the nasal bones. The cranium retains rdc-dm2 and has unerupted right and left I1-2 and M1-2 crowns, visible in crypts. The sagittal suture deviates to the left anteriorly. There is modest carabelli’s expression on the dm2s and M1s. The occipital and parietal bones are depressed centered at lambda. The right posterior vault protrudes a bit more than the left, and there is vault-face asymmetry. The left temporal foramen or fossa is more circular than the right. Overall, the cranium looks fairly brachycephalic, possibly indicating artificial modification.

Full Record: x-96-11-140/140-PO.TIF

96-11-140

Posterior

This is the cranium of a juvenile. It is missing the nasal bones. The cranium retains rdc-dm2 and has unerupted right and left I1-2 and M1-2 crowns, visible in crypts. The sagittal suture deviates to the left anteriorly. There is modest carabelli’s expression on the dm2s and M1s. The occipital and parietal bones are depressed centered at lambda. The right posterior vault protrudes a bit more than the left, and there is vault-face asymmetry. The left temporal foramen or fossa is more circular than the right. Overall, the cranium looks fairly brachycephalic, possibly indicating artificial modification.

Full Record: x-96-11-140/140-RL.TIF

96-11-140

Right Lateral

This is the cranium of a juvenile. It is missing the nasal bones. The cranium retains rdc-dm2 and has unerupted right and left I1-2 and M1-2 crowns, visible in crypts. The sagittal suture deviates to the left anteriorly. There is modest carabelli’s expression on the dm2s and M1s. The occipital and parietal bones are depressed centered at lambda. The right posterior vault protrudes a bit more than the left, and there is vault-face asymmetry. The left temporal foramen or fossa is more circular than the right. Overall, the cranium looks fairly brachycephalic, possibly indicating artificial modification.

Full Record: x-96-11-140/140-SU.TIF

96-11-140

Superior

This is the cranium of a juvenile. It is missing the nasal bones. The cranium retains rdc-dm2 and has unerupted right and left I1-2 and M1-2 crowns, visible in crypts. The sagittal suture deviates to the left anteriorly. There is modest carabelli’s expression on the dm2s and M1s. The occipital and parietal bones are depressed centered at lambda. The right posterior vault protrudes a bit more than the left, and there is vault-face asymmetry. The left temporal foramen or fossa is more circular than the right. Overall, the cranium looks fairly brachycephalic, possibly indicating artificial modification.

Full Record: x-96-11-141a/141-AN.TIF

96-11-141A

Anterior

This cranium is missing all teeth, as well as the vomer, sphenoid body, and ethmoid bone, except for the crista galli. The mastoid is broken, and the dorsum sellae and sphenoid lesser wings are missing. There is a deeply excavated right sigmoid sinus. There are also process-like growths above IAMs (viz. left) and internal tips of petrosals. There is a double, massive right mastoid fa. The right Eustachian canal is exposed. Additionally, the mandible labeled as associated with this cranium (b) is not properly assigned to the cranium; they are not associated.

Full Record: x-96-11-141a/141-IN.TIF

96-11-141A

Inferior

This cranium is missing all teeth, as well as the vomer, sphenoid body, and ethmoid bone, except for the crista galli. The mastoid is broken, and the dorsum sellae and sphenoid lesser wings are missing. There is a deeply excavated right sigmoid sinus. There are also process-like growths above IAMs (viz. left) and internal tips of petrosals. There is a double, massive right mastoid fa. The right Eustachian canal is exposed. Additionally, the mandible labeled as associated with this cranium (b) is not properly assigned to the cranium; they are not associated.

Full Record: x-96-11-141a/141-LL.TIF

96-11-141A

Left Lateral

This cranium is missing all teeth, as well as the vomer, sphenoid body, and ethmoid bone, except for the crista galli. The mastoid is broken, and the dorsum sellae and sphenoid lesser wings are missing. There is a deeply excavated right sigmoid sinus. There are also process-like growths above IAMs (viz. left) and internal tips of petrosals. There is a double, massive right mastoid fa. The right Eustachian canal is exposed. Additionally, the mandible labeled as associated with this cranium (b) is not properly assigned to the cranium; they are not associated.

Full Record: x-96-11-141a/141-PO.TIF

96-11-141A

Posterior

This cranium is missing all teeth, as well as the vomer, sphenoid body, and ethmoid bone, except for the crista galli. The mastoid is broken, and the dorsum sellae and sphenoid lesser wings are missing. There is a deeply excavated right sigmoid sinus. There are also process-like growths above IAMs (viz. left) and internal tips of petrosals. There is a double, massive right mastoid fa. The right Eustachian canal is exposed. Additionally, the mandible labeled as associated with this cranium (b) is not properly assigned to the cranium; they are not associated.

Full Record: x-96-11-141a/141-RL.TIF

96-11-141A

Right Lateral

This cranium is missing all teeth, as well as the vomer, sphenoid body, and ethmoid bone, except for the crista galli. The mastoid is broken, and the dorsum sellae and sphenoid lesser wings are missing. There is a deeply excavated right sigmoid sinus. There are also process-like growths above IAMs (viz. left) and internal tips of petrosals. There is a double, massive right mastoid fa. The right Eustachian canal is exposed. Additionally, the mandible labeled as associated with this cranium (b) is not properly assigned to the cranium; they are not associated.

Full Record: x-96-11-141a/141-SU.TIF

96-11-141A

Superior

This cranium is missing all teeth, as well as the vomer, sphenoid body, and ethmoid bone, except for the crista galli. The mastoid is broken, and the dorsum sellae and sphenoid lesser wings are missing. There is a deeply excavated right sigmoid sinus. There are also process-like growths above IAMs (viz. left) and internal tips of petrosals. There is a double, massive right mastoid fa. The right Eustachian canal is exposed. Additionally, the mandible labeled as associated with this cranium (b) is not properly assigned to the cranium; they are not associated.

96-11-141B

96-11-141B

This mandible is not associated with cranium #141A. It is missing all teeth, and the alveoli are not resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-142/142-AN.TIF

96-11-142

Anterior

This cranium is missing its calotte. Most teeth are present, but as broken crowns, and there are severe enamel hypoplasias. There is also a malformed canine, and an oddly diminutive and premolar-like LM2. There appear to be deep lesions on the inferolateral corners of the frontal bone, located endocranially. There are also endocranial lesions in the region of the cruciform eminence. The petrosal bone over the right inner ear is very thin; this may be true for the left side, but that bone is broken so it is difficult to tell. There is also a healed wound, possible infection, of the left mastoid process.

Full Record: x-96-11-142/142-IN.TIF

96-11-142

Inferior

This cranium is missing its calotte. Most teeth are present, but as broken crowns, and there are severe enamel hypoplasias. There is also a malformed canine, and an oddly diminutive and premolar-like LM2. There appear to be deep lesions on the inferolateral corners of the frontal bone, located endocranially. There are also endocranial lesions in the region of the cruciform eminence. The petrosal bone over the right inner ear is very thin; this may be true for the left side, but that bone is broken so it is difficult to tell. There is also a healed wound, possible infection, of the left mastoid process.

Full Record: x-96-11-142/142-LL.TIF

96-11-142

Left Lateral

This cranium is missing its calotte. Most teeth are present, but as broken crowns, and there are severe enamel hypoplasias. There is also a malformed canine, and an oddly diminutive and premolar-like LM2. There appear to be deep lesions on the inferolateral corners of the frontal bone, located endocranially. There are also endocranial lesions in the region of the cruciform eminence. The petrosal bone over the right inner ear is very thin; this may be true for the left side, but that bone is broken so it is difficult to tell. There is also a healed wound, possible infection, of the left mastoid process.

Full Record: x-96-11-142/142-PO.TIF

96-11-142

Posterior

This cranium is missing its calotte. Most teeth are present, but as broken crowns, and there are severe enamel hypoplasias. There is also a malformed canine, and an oddly diminutive and premolar-like LM2. There appear to be deep lesions on the inferolateral corners of the frontal bone, located endocranially. There are also endocranial lesions in the region of the cruciform eminence. The petrosal bone over the right inner ear is very thin; this may be true for the left side, but that bone is broken so it is difficult to tell. There is also a healed wound, possible infection, of the left mastoid process.

Full Record: x-96-11-142/142-RL.TIF

96-11-142

Right Lateral

This cranium is missing its calotte. Most teeth are present, but as broken crowns, and there are severe enamel hypoplasias. There is also a malformed canine, and an oddly diminutive and premolar-like LM2. There appear to be deep lesions on the inferolateral corners of the frontal bone, located endocranially. There are also endocranial lesions in the region of the cruciform eminence. The petrosal bone over the right inner ear is very thin; this may be true for the left side, but that bone is broken so it is difficult to tell. There is also a healed wound, possible infection, of the left mastoid process.

Full Record: x-96-11-142/142-SU.TIF

96-11-142

Superior

This cranium is missing its calotte. Most teeth are present, but as broken crowns, and there are severe enamel hypoplasias. There is also a malformed canine, and an oddly diminutive and premolar-like LM2. There appear to be deep lesions on the inferolateral corners of the frontal bone, located endocranially. There are also endocranial lesions in the region of the cruciform eminence. The petrosal bone over the right inner ear is very thin; this may be true for the left side, but that bone is broken so it is difficult to tell. There is also a healed wound, possible infection, of the left mastoid process.

Full Record: x-96-11-143/143-AN.TIF

96-11-143

Anterior

This cranium is missing its calotte and most teeth. There may be healed fractures, or resorption, of the left nasal bone, and some alveolar resorption as well. The greatly projecting temporal spines may appear this way in relation to the Eustachian tube, but we are unsure. There is osteophytic growth of the temporal and occipital bones into the jugular fa (bilateral; right f. completely bifid). The sagittal sinus, adjacent to the weak frontal crest, is extremely deep and narrow. There is remodeling of the distal right anterior clinoid process, and bony medially-pointing processes on the petrosal crests (bilateral). The temporo-occipital suture is slightly open in the endocranial region, at the base of the left sigmoid sinus. There appear to be accessory infraorbital foramina lateral to the actual infraorbital foramen and at the zygomaxillary suture (bilateral). Additionally, there is hypertrophy of the inferior tympanic bone, part of the inferior extra-auditory meatus.

Full Record: x-96-11-143/143-IN.TIF

96-11-143

Inferior

This cranium is missing its calotte and most teeth. There may be healed fractures, or resorption, of the left nasal bone, and some alveolar resorption as well. The greatly projecting temporal spines may appear this way in relation to the Eustachian tube, but we are unsure. There is osteophytic growth of the temporal and occipital bones into the jugular fa (bilateral; right f. completely bifid). The sagittal sinus, adjacent to the weak frontal crest, is extremely deep and narrow. There is remodeling of the distal right anterior clinoid process, and bony medially-pointing processes on the petrosal crests (bilateral). The temporo-occipital suture is slightly open in the endocranial region, at the base of the left sigmoid sinus. There appear to be accessory infraorbital foramina lateral to the actual infraorbital foramen and at the zygomaxillary suture (bilateral). Additionally, there is hypertrophy of the inferior tympanic bone, part of the inferior extra-auditory meatus.

Full Record: x-96-11-143/143-LL.TIF

96-11-143

Left Lateral

This cranium is missing its calotte and most teeth. There may be healed fractures, or resorption, of the left nasal bone, and some alveolar resorption as well. The greatly projecting temporal spines may appear this way in relation to the Eustachian tube, but we are unsure. There is osteophytic growth of the temporal and occipital bones into the jugular fa (bilateral; right f. completely bifid). The sagittal sinus, adjacent to the weak frontal crest, is extremely deep and narrow. There is remodeling of the distal right anterior clinoid process, and bony medially-pointing processes on the petrosal crests (bilateral). The temporo-occipital suture is slightly open in the endocranial region, at the base of the left sigmoid sinus. There appear to be accessory infraorbital foramina lateral to the actual infraorbital foramen and at the zygomaxillary suture (bilateral). Additionally, there is hypertrophy of the inferior tympanic bone, part of the inferior extra-auditory meatus.

Full Record: x-96-11-143/143-PO.TIF

96-11-143

Posterior

This cranium is missing its calotte and most teeth. There may be healed fractures, or resorption, of the left nasal bone, and some alveolar resorption as well. The greatly projecting temporal spines may appear this way in relation to the Eustachian tube, but we are unsure. There is osteophytic growth of the temporal and occipital bones into the jugular fa (bilateral; right f. completely bifid). The sagittal sinus, adjacent to the weak frontal crest, is extremely deep and narrow. There is remodeling of the distal right anterior clinoid process, and bony medially-pointing processes on the petrosal crests (bilateral). The temporo-occipital suture is slightly open in the endocranial region, at the base of the left sigmoid sinus. There appear to be accessory infraorbital foramina lateral to the actual infraorbital foramen and at the zygomaxillary suture (bilateral). Additionally, there is hypertrophy of the inferior tympanic bone, part of the inferior extra-auditory meatus.

Full Record: x-96-11-143/143-RL.TIF

96-11-143

Right Lateral

This cranium is missing its calotte and most teeth. There may be healed fractures, or resorption, of the left nasal bone, and some alveolar resorption as well. The greatly projecting temporal spines may appear this way in relation to the Eustachian tube, but we are unsure. There is osteophytic growth of the temporal and occipital bones into the jugular fa (bilateral; right f. completely bifid). The sagittal sinus, adjacent to the weak frontal crest, is extremely deep and narrow. There is remodeling of the distal right anterior clinoid process, and bony medially-pointing processes on the petrosal crests (bilateral). The temporo-occipital suture is slightly open in the endocranial region, at the base of the left sigmoid sinus. There appear to be accessory infraorbital foramina lateral to the actual infraorbital foramen and at the zygomaxillary suture (bilateral). Additionally, there is hypertrophy of the inferior tympanic bone, part of the inferior extra-auditory meatus.

Full Record: x-96-11-143/143-SU.TIF

96-11-143

Superior

This cranium is missing its calotte and most teeth. There may be healed fractures, or resorption, of the left nasal bone, and some alveolar resorption as well. The greatly projecting temporal spines may appear this way in relation to the Eustachian tube, but we are unsure. There is osteophytic growth of the temporal and occipital bones into the jugular fa (bilateral; right f. completely bifid). The sagittal sinus, adjacent to the weak frontal crest, is extremely deep and narrow. There is remodeling of the distal right anterior clinoid process, and bony medially-pointing processes on the petrosal crests (bilateral). The temporo-occipital suture is slightly open in the endocranial region, at the base of the left sigmoid sinus. There appear to be accessory infraorbital foramina lateral to the actual infraorbital foramen and at the zygomaxillary suture (bilateral). Additionally, there is hypertrophy of the inferior tympanic bone, part of the inferior extra-auditory meatus.

Full Record: x-96-11-144/144-AN.TIF

96-11-144

Anterior

This cranium is from a juvenile, and has all possible teeth present. The vault bone is very thin, and overall the vault is oblong. The posterior of the vault projects more on the left side. Overall these characteristics may indicate hydrocephaly.

Full Record: x-96-11-144/144-DX.TIF

96-11-144

Maxillary Dentition

This cranium is from a juvenile, and has all possible teeth present. The vault bone is very thin, and overall the vault is oblong. The posterior of the vault projects more on the left side. Overall these characteristics may indicate hydrocephaly.

Full Record: x-96-11-144/144-FE1.TIF

96-11-144

Feature 1

This cranium is from a juvenile, and has all possible teeth present. The vault bone is very thin, and overall the vault is oblong. The posterior of the vault projects more on the left side. Overall these characteristics may indicate hydrocephaly.

Full Record: x-96-11-144/144-FE2.TIF

96-11-144

Feature 2

This cranium is from a juvenile, and has all possible teeth present. The vault bone is very thin, and overall the vault is oblong. The posterior of the vault projects more on the left side. Overall these characteristics may indicate hydrocephaly.

Full Record: x-96-11-144/144-IN.TIF

96-11-144

Inferior

This cranium is from a juvenile, and has all possible teeth present. The vault bone is very thin, and overall the vault is oblong. The posterior of the vault projects more on the left side. Overall these characteristics may indicate hydrocephaly.

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Left Lateral

This cranium is from a juvenile, and has all possible teeth present. The vault bone is very thin, and overall the vault is oblong. The posterior of the vault projects more on the left side. Overall these characteristics may indicate hydrocephaly.

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Posterior

This cranium is from a juvenile, and has all possible teeth present. The vault bone is very thin, and overall the vault is oblong. The posterior of the vault projects more on the left side. Overall these characteristics may indicate hydrocephaly.

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Right Lateral

This cranium is from a juvenile, and has all possible teeth present. The vault bone is very thin, and overall the vault is oblong. The posterior of the vault projects more on the left side. Overall these characteristics may indicate hydrocephaly.

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Superior

This cranium is from a juvenile, and has all possible teeth present. The vault bone is very thin, and overall the vault is oblong. The posterior of the vault projects more on the left side. Overall these characteristics may indicate hydrocephaly.

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Anterior

This is the cranium of a neonate. It is extremely delicate with some soft-tissues, including fontanelles and some dura (falx and tentorium) present endocranially. The pathology present is unclear.

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96-11-145

Inferior

This is the cranium of a neonate. It is extremely delicate with some soft-tissues, including fontanelles and some dura (falx and tentorium) present endocranially. The pathology present is unclear.