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

96-11-048

Right Lateral

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

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

96-11-048

Superior

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

Full Record: x-96-11-049a/049A-AN.TIF

96-11-049A

Anterior

Cranium is separated from calotte, is missing all teeth, and has a broken left orbital plate. All alveoli resorbed. There is a pervasive hypertrophy through the cranium, namely of the middle nasal conchae (viz. on right) and styloid processes. The sphenoid's anterior clinoid processes contact the posterior processes creating accessory foramina just posterior to optical foramina. The superior nuchal line is marked by muscular rugosities. There are osteophytic growths and pitting lesions throughout endocranium (viz. frontal), as well as healed blunt-force trauma on the right coronal suture and healed trauma/lesion on the left frontal squama. The irregular contour of left zygomatic arch is probably resultant of a healed fracture. Vault sutures are largely obliterated.

Full Record: x-96-11-049a/049-DX.TIF

96-11-049A

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium is separated from calotte, is missing all teeth, and has a broken left orbital plate. All alveoli resorbed. There is a pervasive hypertrophy through the cranium, namely of the middle nasal conchae (viz. on right) and styloid processes. The sphenoid's anterior clinoid processes contact the posterior processes creating accessory foramina just posterior to optical foramina. The superior nuchal line is marked by muscular rugosities. There are osteophytic growths and pitting lesions throughout endocranium (viz. frontal), as well as healed blunt-force trauma on the right coronal suture and healed trauma/lesion on the left frontal squama. The irregular contour of left zygomatic arch is probably resultant of a healed fracture. Vault sutures are largely obliterated.

Full Record: x-96-11-049a/049-FE1.TIF

96-11-049A

Feature 1

Cranium is separated from calotte, is missing all teeth, and has a broken left orbital plate. All alveoli resorbed. There is a pervasive hypertrophy through the cranium, namely of the middle nasal conchae (viz. on right) and styloid processes. The sphenoid's anterior clinoid processes contact the posterior processes creating accessory foramina just posterior to optical foramina. The superior nuchal line is marked by muscular rugosities. There are osteophytic growths and pitting lesions throughout endocranium (viz. frontal), as well as healed blunt-force trauma on the right coronal suture and healed trauma/lesion on the left frontal squama. The irregular contour of left zygomatic arch is probably resultant of a healed fracture. Vault sutures are largely obliterated.

Full Record: x-96-11-049a/049A-IN.TIF

96-11-049A

Inferior

Cranium is separated from calotte, is missing all teeth, and has a broken left orbital plate. All alveoli resorbed. There is a pervasive hypertrophy through the cranium, namely of the middle nasal conchae (viz. on right) and styloid processes. The sphenoid's anterior clinoid processes contact the posterior processes creating accessory foramina just posterior to optical foramina. The superior nuchal line is marked by muscular rugosities. There are osteophytic growths and pitting lesions throughout endocranium (viz. frontal), as well as healed blunt-force trauma on the right coronal suture and healed trauma/lesion on the left frontal squama. The irregular contour of left zygomatic arch is probably resultant of a healed fracture. Vault sutures are largely obliterated.

Full Record: x-96-11-049a/049A-LL.TIF

96-11-049A

Left Lateral

Cranium is separated from calotte, is missing all teeth, and has a broken left orbital plate. All alveoli resorbed. There is a pervasive hypertrophy through the cranium, namely of the middle nasal conchae (viz. on right) and styloid processes. The sphenoid's anterior clinoid processes contact the posterior processes creating accessory foramina just posterior to optical foramina. The superior nuchal line is marked by muscular rugosities. There are osteophytic growths and pitting lesions throughout endocranium (viz. frontal), as well as healed blunt-force trauma on the right coronal suture and healed trauma/lesion on the left frontal squama. The irregular contour of left zygomatic arch is probably resultant of a healed fracture. Vault sutures are largely obliterated.

Full Record: x-96-11-049a/049A-PO.TIF

96-11-049A

Posterior

Cranium is separated from calotte, is missing all teeth, and has a broken left orbital plate. All alveoli resorbed. There is a pervasive hypertrophy through the cranium, namely of the middle nasal conchae (viz. on right) and styloid processes. The sphenoid's anterior clinoid processes contact the posterior processes creating accessory foramina just posterior to optical foramina. The superior nuchal line is marked by muscular rugosities. There are osteophytic growths and pitting lesions throughout endocranium (viz. frontal), as well as healed blunt-force trauma on the right coronal suture and healed trauma/lesion on the left frontal squama. The irregular contour of left zygomatic arch is probably resultant of a healed fracture. Vault sutures are largely obliterated.

Full Record: x-96-11-049a/049A-RL.TIF

96-11-049A

Right Lateral

Cranium is separated from calotte, is missing all teeth, and has a broken left orbital plate. All alveoli resorbed. There is a pervasive hypertrophy through the cranium, namely of the middle nasal conchae (viz. on right) and styloid processes. The sphenoid's anterior clinoid processes contact the posterior processes creating accessory foramina just posterior to optical foramina. The superior nuchal line is marked by muscular rugosities. There are osteophytic growths and pitting lesions throughout endocranium (viz. frontal), as well as healed blunt-force trauma on the right coronal suture and healed trauma/lesion on the left frontal squama. The irregular contour of left zygomatic arch is probably resultant of a healed fracture. Vault sutures are largely obliterated.

Full Record: x-96-11-049a/049A-SU.TIF

96-11-049A

Superior

Cranium is separated from calotte, is missing all teeth, and has a broken left orbital plate. All alveoli resorbed. There is a pervasive hypertrophy through the cranium, namely of the middle nasal conchae (viz. on right) and styloid processes. The sphenoid's anterior clinoid processes contact the posterior processes creating accessory foramina just posterior to optical foramina. The superior nuchal line is marked by muscular rugosities. There are osteophytic growths and pitting lesions throughout endocranium (viz. frontal), as well as healed blunt-force trauma on the right coronal suture and healed trauma/lesion on the left frontal squama. The irregular contour of left zygomatic arch is probably resultant of a healed fracture. Vault sutures are largely obliterated.

Full Record: x-96-11-049b/049B-AN.TIF

96-11-049B

Anterior

Mandible retains most teeth. LM1-2 and RP4-M2 alveoli are resorbed, and there are silver fillings in the molars and premolars. There is a pronounced and singular mental spine and an osteophytic knob just labial to RM2/3. Mild dental wear with less alveolar resorption, plus poor 'occlusal' fit, suggest the not associated with the 49a cranium.

Full Record: x-96-11-049b/049B-IN.TIF

96-11-049B

Inferior

Mandible retains most teeth. LM1-2 and RP4-M2 alveoli are resorbed, and there are silver fillings in the molars and premolars. There is a pronounced and singular mental spine and an osteophytic knob just labial to RM2/3. Mild dental wear with less alveolar resorption, plus poor 'occlusal' fit, suggest the not associated with the 49a cranium.

Full Record: x-96-11-049b/049B-LL.TIF

96-11-049B

Left Lateral

Mandible retains most teeth. LM1-2 and RP4-M2 alveoli are resorbed, and there are silver fillings in the molars and premolars. There is a pronounced and singular mental spine and an osteophytic knob just labial to RM2/3. Mild dental wear with less alveolar resorption, plus poor 'occlusal' fit, suggest the not associated with the 49a cranium.

Full Record: x-96-11-049b/049B-PO.TIF

96-11-049B

Posterior

Mandible retains most teeth. LM1-2 and RP4-M2 alveoli are resorbed, and there are silver fillings in the molars and premolars. There is a pronounced and singular mental spine and an osteophytic knob just labial to RM2/3. Mild dental wear with less alveolar resorption, plus poor 'occlusal' fit, suggest the not associated with the 49a cranium.

Full Record: x-96-11-049b/049B-RL.TIF

96-11-049B

Right Lateral

Mandible retains most teeth. LM1-2 and RP4-M2 alveoli are resorbed, and there are silver fillings in the molars and premolars. There is a pronounced and singular mental spine and an osteophytic knob just labial to RM2/3. Mild dental wear with less alveolar resorption, plus poor 'occlusal' fit, suggest the not associated with the 49a cranium.

Full Record: x-96-11-049b/049B-SU.TIF

96-11-049B

Superior

Mandible retains most teeth. LM1-2 and RP4-M2 alveoli are resorbed, and there are silver fillings in the molars and premolars. There is a pronounced and singular mental spine and an osteophytic knob just labial to RM2/3. Mild dental wear with less alveolar resorption, plus poor 'occlusal' fit, suggest the not associated with the 49a cranium.

Full Record: x-96-11-050/050-AN.TIF

96-11-050

Anterior

Cranium is missing its calotte. All alveoli are resorbed (anteriorly, as far as the incisive canal). The right anterior clinoid process is missing, and the left anterior clinoid process is connected by an osteophytic growth to the sella turcica, creating an accessory ("carotico-clinoid") foramen. The posterior clinoid processes reach the anterior sella, creating a nearly fully enclosed pituitary fossa exposed superiorly and bilaterally. The floor of the middle cranial fossa is very undulating. Left sigmoid sinus is deep, as is the left jugular notch. Though broken, the basiocciput seems to have had a large protuberance on the midline. Osteophytic growth about posterior foramen magnum creates relatively mediolaterally wide foramen magnum.

Full Record: x-96-11-050/050-DX.TIF

96-11-050

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium is missing its calotte. All alveoli are resorbed (anteriorly, as far as the incisive canal). The right anterior clinoid process is missing, and the left anterior clinoid process is connected by an osteophytic growth to the sella turcica, creating an accessory ("carotico-clinoid") foramen. The posterior clinoid processes reach the anterior sella, creating a nearly fully enclosed pituitary fossa exposed superiorly and bilaterally. The floor of the middle cranial fossa is very undulating. Left sigmoid sinus is deep, as is the left jugular notch. Though broken, the basiocciput seems to have had a large protuberance on the midline. Osteophytic growth about posterior foramen magnum creates relatively mediolaterally wide foramen magnum.

Full Record: x-96-11-050/050-IN.TIF

96-11-050

Inferior

Cranium is missing its calotte. All alveoli are resorbed (anteriorly, as far as the incisive canal). The right anterior clinoid process is missing, and the left anterior clinoid process is connected by an osteophytic growth to the sella turcica, creating an accessory ("carotico-clinoid") foramen. The posterior clinoid processes reach the anterior sella, creating a nearly fully enclosed pituitary fossa exposed superiorly and bilaterally. The floor of the middle cranial fossa is very undulating. Left sigmoid sinus is deep, as is the left jugular notch. Though broken, the basiocciput seems to have had a large protuberance on the midline. Osteophytic growth about posterior foramen magnum creates relatively mediolaterally wide foramen magnum.

Full Record: x-96-11-050/050-LL.TIF

96-11-050

Left Lateral

Cranium is missing its calotte. All alveoli are resorbed (anteriorly, as far as the incisive canal). The right anterior clinoid process is missing, and the left anterior clinoid process is connected by an osteophytic growth to the sella turcica, creating an accessory ("carotico-clinoid") foramen. The posterior clinoid processes reach the anterior sella, creating a nearly fully enclosed pituitary fossa exposed superiorly and bilaterally. The floor of the middle cranial fossa is very undulating. Left sigmoid sinus is deep, as is the left jugular notch. Though broken, the basiocciput seems to have had a large protuberance on the midline. Osteophytic growth about posterior foramen magnum creates relatively mediolaterally wide foramen magnum.

Full Record: x-96-11-050/050-PO.TIF

96-11-050

Posterior

Cranium is missing its calotte. All alveoli are resorbed (anteriorly, as far as the incisive canal). The right anterior clinoid process is missing, and the left anterior clinoid process is connected by an osteophytic growth to the sella turcica, creating an accessory ("carotico-clinoid") foramen. The posterior clinoid processes reach the anterior sella, creating a nearly fully enclosed pituitary fossa exposed superiorly and bilaterally. The floor of the middle cranial fossa is very undulating. Left sigmoid sinus is deep, as is the left jugular notch. Though broken, the basiocciput seems to have had a large protuberance on the midline. Osteophytic growth about posterior foramen magnum creates relatively mediolaterally wide foramen magnum.

Full Record: x-96-11-050/050-RL.TIF

96-11-050

Right Lateral

Cranium is missing its calotte. All alveoli are resorbed (anteriorly, as far as the incisive canal). The right anterior clinoid process is missing, and the left anterior clinoid process is connected by an osteophytic growth to the sella turcica, creating an accessory ("carotico-clinoid") foramen. The posterior clinoid processes reach the anterior sella, creating a nearly fully enclosed pituitary fossa exposed superiorly and bilaterally. The floor of the middle cranial fossa is very undulating. Left sigmoid sinus is deep, as is the left jugular notch. Though broken, the basiocciput seems to have had a large protuberance on the midline. Osteophytic growth about posterior foramen magnum creates relatively mediolaterally wide foramen magnum.

Full Record: x-96-11-050/050-SU.TIF

96-11-050

Superior

Cranium is missing its calotte. All alveoli are resorbed (anteriorly, as far as the incisive canal). The right anterior clinoid process is missing, and the left anterior clinoid process is connected by an osteophytic growth to the sella turcica, creating an accessory ("carotico-clinoid") foramen. The posterior clinoid processes reach the anterior sella, creating a nearly fully enclosed pituitary fossa exposed superiorly and bilaterally. The floor of the middle cranial fossa is very undulating. Left sigmoid sinus is deep, as is the left jugular notch. Though broken, the basiocciput seems to have had a large protuberance on the midline. Osteophytic growth about posterior foramen magnum creates relatively mediolaterally wide foramen magnum.

Full Record: x-96-11-051ab/051A-AN.TIF

96-11-051AB

Anterior

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are entirely resorbed. The skull is composed of very light-weight bone, and there is extreme thinning of the bone of the orbital plate, the petrosals over inner ear, and the sphenoid body. There is remodeling of endocranial frontal squama, and of the clivus for medulla oblongata. A bony growth intrudes into the left jugular foramen. There is moderate arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. Foramina ovalia are fairly enlarged, and endocranially there is a groove extending medially from the foramen ovale (bilaterally). The cranium matches the #165 calotte. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are all entirely resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-051ab/051AB-LL.TIF

96-11-051AB

Left Lateral

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are entirely resorbed. The skull is composed of very light-weight bone, and there is extreme thinning of the bone of the orbital plate, the petrosals over inner ear, and the sphenoid body. There is remodeling of endocranial frontal squama, and of the clivus for medulla oblongata. A bony growth intrudes into the left jugular foramen. There is moderate arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. Foramina ovalia are fairly enlarged, and endocranially there is a groove extending medially from the foramen ovale (bilaterally). The cranium matches the #165 calotte. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are all entirely resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-051ab/051AB-RL.TIF

96-11-051AB

Right Lateral

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are entirely resorbed. The skull is composed of very light-weight bone, and there is extreme thinning of the bone of the orbital plate, the petrosals over inner ear, and the sphenoid body. There is remodeling of endocranial frontal squama, and of the clivus for medulla oblongata. A bony growth intrudes into the left jugular foramen. There is moderate arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. Foramina ovalia are fairly enlarged, and endocranially there is a groove extending medially from the foramen ovale (bilaterally). The cranium matches the #165 calotte. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are all entirely resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-051ab/051B-AN.TIF

96-11-051AB

Anterior

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are entirely resorbed. The skull is composed of very light-weight bone, and there is extreme thinning of the bone of the orbital plate, the petrosals over inner ear, and the sphenoid body. There is remodeling of endocranial frontal squama, and of the clivus for medulla oblongata. A bony growth intrudes into the left jugular foramen. There is moderate arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. Foramina ovalia are fairly enlarged, and endocranially there is a groove extending medially from the foramen ovale (bilaterally). The cranium matches the #165 calotte. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are all entirely resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-051ab/051B-IN.TIF

96-11-051AB

Inferior

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are entirely resorbed. The skull is composed of very light-weight bone, and there is extreme thinning of the bone of the orbital plate, the petrosals over inner ear, and the sphenoid body. There is remodeling of endocranial frontal squama, and of the clivus for medulla oblongata. A bony growth intrudes into the left jugular foramen. There is moderate arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. Foramina ovalia are fairly enlarged, and endocranially there is a groove extending medially from the foramen ovale (bilaterally). The cranium matches the #165 calotte. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are all entirely resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-051ab/051B-LL.TIF

96-11-051AB

Left Lateral

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are entirely resorbed. The skull is composed of very light-weight bone, and there is extreme thinning of the bone of the orbital plate, the petrosals over inner ear, and the sphenoid body. There is remodeling of endocranial frontal squama, and of the clivus for medulla oblongata. A bony growth intrudes into the left jugular foramen. There is moderate arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. Foramina ovalia are fairly enlarged, and endocranially there is a groove extending medially from the foramen ovale (bilaterally). The cranium matches the #165 calotte. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are all entirely resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-051ab/051B-RL.TIF

96-11-051AB

Right Lateral

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are entirely resorbed. The skull is composed of very light-weight bone, and there is extreme thinning of the bone of the orbital plate, the petrosals over inner ear, and the sphenoid body. There is remodeling of endocranial frontal squama, and of the clivus for medulla oblongata. A bony growth intrudes into the left jugular foramen. There is moderate arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. Foramina ovalia are fairly enlarged, and endocranially there is a groove extending medially from the foramen ovale (bilaterally). The cranium matches the #165 calotte. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are all entirely resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-051ab/051B-SU.TIF

96-11-051AB

Superior

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are entirely resorbed. The skull is composed of very light-weight bone, and there is extreme thinning of the bone of the orbital plate, the petrosals over inner ear, and the sphenoid body. There is remodeling of endocranial frontal squama, and of the clivus for medulla oblongata. A bony growth intrudes into the left jugular foramen. There is moderate arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. Foramina ovalia are fairly enlarged, and endocranially there is a groove extending medially from the foramen ovale (bilaterally). The cranium matches the #165 calotte. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are all entirely resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-051ab/051-FE1.TIF

96-11-051AB

Feature 1

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are entirely resorbed. The skull is composed of very light-weight bone, and there is extreme thinning of the bone of the orbital plate, the petrosals over inner ear, and the sphenoid body. There is remodeling of endocranial frontal squama, and of the clivus for medulla oblongata. A bony growth intrudes into the left jugular foramen. There is moderate arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. Foramina ovalia are fairly enlarged, and endocranially there is a groove extending medially from the foramen ovale (bilaterally). The cranium matches the #165 calotte. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are all entirely resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-051ab/051-FE2.TIF

96-11-051AB

Feature 2

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are entirely resorbed. The skull is composed of very light-weight bone, and there is extreme thinning of the bone of the orbital plate, the petrosals over inner ear, and the sphenoid body. There is remodeling of endocranial frontal squama, and of the clivus for medulla oblongata. A bony growth intrudes into the left jugular foramen. There is moderate arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. Foramina ovalia are fairly enlarged, and endocranially there is a groove extending medially from the foramen ovale (bilaterally). The cranium matches the #165 calotte. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are all entirely resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-051ab/051-FE3.TIF

96-11-051AB

Feature 3

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are entirely resorbed. The skull is composed of very light-weight bone, and there is extreme thinning of the bone of the orbital plate, the petrosals over inner ear, and the sphenoid body. There is remodeling of endocranial frontal squama, and of the clivus for medulla oblongata. A bony growth intrudes into the left jugular foramen. There is moderate arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. Foramina ovalia are fairly enlarged, and endocranially there is a groove extending medially from the foramen ovale (bilaterally). The cranium matches the #165 calotte. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are all entirely resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-051ab/051A-IN.TIF

96-11-051AB

Inferior

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are entirely resorbed. The skull is composed of very light-weight bone, and there is extreme thinning of the bone of the orbital plate, the petrosals over inner ear, and the sphenoid body. There is remodeling of endocranial frontal squama, and of the clivus for medulla oblongata. A bony growth intrudes into the left jugular foramen. There is moderate arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. Foramina ovalia are fairly enlarged, and endocranially there is a groove extending medially from the foramen ovale (bilaterally). The cranium matches the #165 calotte. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are all entirely resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-051ab/051A-LL.TIF

96-11-051AB

Left Lateral

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are entirely resorbed. The skull is composed of very light-weight bone, and there is extreme thinning of the bone of the orbital plate, the petrosals over inner ear, and the sphenoid body. There is remodeling of endocranial frontal squama, and of the clivus for medulla oblongata. A bony growth intrudes into the left jugular foramen. There is moderate arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. Foramina ovalia are fairly enlarged, and endocranially there is a groove extending medially from the foramen ovale (bilaterally). The cranium matches the #165 calotte. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are all entirely resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-051ab/051A-RL.TIF

96-11-051AB

Right Lateral

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are entirely resorbed. The skull is composed of very light-weight bone, and there is extreme thinning of the bone of the orbital plate, the petrosals over inner ear, and the sphenoid body. There is remodeling of endocranial frontal squama, and of the clivus for medulla oblongata. A bony growth intrudes into the left jugular foramen. There is moderate arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. Foramina ovalia are fairly enlarged, and endocranially there is a groove extending medially from the foramen ovale (bilaterally). The cranium matches the #165 calotte. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are all entirely resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-051ab/051A-SU.TIF

96-11-051AB

Superior

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are entirely resorbed. The skull is composed of very light-weight bone, and there is extreme thinning of the bone of the orbital plate, the petrosals over inner ear, and the sphenoid body. There is remodeling of endocranial frontal squama, and of the clivus for medulla oblongata. A bony growth intrudes into the left jugular foramen. There is moderate arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. Foramina ovalia are fairly enlarged, and endocranially there is a groove extending medially from the foramen ovale (bilaterally). The cranium matches the #165 calotte. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are all entirely resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-051ab/051AB-AN.TIF

96-11-051AB

Anterior

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are entirely resorbed. The skull is composed of very light-weight bone, and there is extreme thinning of the bone of the orbital plate, the petrosals over inner ear, and the sphenoid body. There is remodeling of endocranial frontal squama, and of the clivus for medulla oblongata. A bony growth intrudes into the left jugular foramen. There is moderate arthritis of the temporomandibular joints. Foramina ovalia are fairly enlarged, and endocranially there is a groove extending medially from the foramen ovale (bilaterally). The cranium matches the #165 calotte. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are all entirely resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-052/052-AN.TIF

96-11-052

Anterior

This is a cranium of overall diminutive size. Most teeth are present, but there is linear enamel hypoplasia present on many teeth. The RM2 is abscessed, and the central incisors are worn over entire labial crown surface. The sutures are complex overall, and there is an additional wormian bone at lambda, displaced a bit to the left. The greater wings of the sphenoid are ectocranially porous, and there is a sharp osteophyte on the right posterior petrosal ridge.

Full Record: x-96-11-052/052-DX.TIF

96-11-052

Maxillary Dentition

This is a cranium of overall diminutive size. Most teeth are present, but there is linear enamel hypoplasia present on many teeth. The RM2 is abscessed, and the central incisors are worn over entire labial crown surface. The sutures are complex overall, and there is an additional wormian bone at lambda, displaced a bit to the left. The greater wings of the sphenoid are ectocranially porous, and there is a sharp osteophyte on the right posterior petrosal ridge.

Full Record: x-96-11-052/052-IN.TIF

96-11-052

Inferior

This is a cranium of overall diminutive size. Most teeth are present, but there is linear enamel hypoplasia present on many teeth. The RM2 is abscessed, and the central incisors are worn over entire labial crown surface. The sutures are complex overall, and there is an additional wormian bone at lambda, displaced a bit to the left. The greater wings of the sphenoid are ectocranially porous, and there is a sharp osteophyte on the right posterior petrosal ridge.

Full Record: x-96-11-052/052-LL.TIF

96-11-052

Left Lateral

This is a cranium of overall diminutive size. Most teeth are present, but there is linear enamel hypoplasia present on many teeth. The RM2 is abscessed, and the central incisors are worn over entire labial crown surface. The sutures are complex overall, and there is an additional wormian bone at lambda, displaced a bit to the left. The greater wings of the sphenoid are ectocranially porous, and there is a sharp osteophyte on the right posterior petrosal ridge.

Full Record: x-96-11-052/052-PO.TIF

96-11-052

Posterior

This is a cranium of overall diminutive size. Most teeth are present, but there is linear enamel hypoplasia present on many teeth. The RM2 is abscessed, and the central incisors are worn over entire labial crown surface. The sutures are complex overall, and there is an additional wormian bone at lambda, displaced a bit to the left. The greater wings of the sphenoid are ectocranially porous, and there is a sharp osteophyte on the right posterior petrosal ridge.

Full Record: x-96-11-052/052-RL.TIF

96-11-052

Right Lateral

This is a cranium of overall diminutive size. Most teeth are present, but there is linear enamel hypoplasia present on many teeth. The RM2 is abscessed, and the central incisors are worn over entire labial crown surface. The sutures are complex overall, and there is an additional wormian bone at lambda, displaced a bit to the left. The greater wings of the sphenoid are ectocranially porous, and there is a sharp osteophyte on the right posterior petrosal ridge.

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Superior

This is a cranium of overall diminutive size. Most teeth are present, but there is linear enamel hypoplasia present on many teeth. The RM2 is abscessed, and the central incisors are worn over entire labial crown surface. The sutures are complex overall, and there is an additional wormian bone at lambda, displaced a bit to the left. The greater wings of the sphenoid are ectocranially porous, and there is a sharp osteophyte on the right posterior petrosal ridge.

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Anterior

Cranium retains LM2 and RM1-3. Premolar and some molar alveoli are resorbed. The vault is oblong ("dolichocephalic"), and depressed bilaterally beneath the temporal lines just posterior to the coronal suture. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and the coronal and lambdoidal sutures moderately obliterated. There is a single, large parietal foramen at the midline. Entoglenoid processes are cleft, and the right pterygoid plate contacts petrosal to create an accessory foramen medial to f. ovale (and on the left nearly so). Bone of the palate, sphenoid greater wings, petrosals, nuchal plane, infraorbital surfaces, orbital plates, and temporal squamae is extremely thin.

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Maxillary Dentition

Cranium retains LM2 and RM1-3. Premolar and some molar alveoli are resorbed. The vault is oblong ("dolichocephalic"), and depressed bilaterally beneath the temporal lines just posterior to the coronal suture. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and the coronal and lambdoidal sutures moderately obliterated. There is a single, large parietal foramen at the midline. Entoglenoid processes are cleft, and the right pterygoid plate contacts petrosal to create an accessory foramen medial to f. ovale (and on the left nearly so). Bone of the palate, sphenoid greater wings, petrosals, nuchal plane, infraorbital surfaces, orbital plates, and temporal squamae is extremely thin.

Full Record: x-96-11-053/053-IN.TIF

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Inferior

Cranium retains LM2 and RM1-3. Premolar and some molar alveoli are resorbed. The vault is oblong ("dolichocephalic"), and depressed bilaterally beneath the temporal lines just posterior to the coronal suture. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and the coronal and lambdoidal sutures moderately obliterated. There is a single, large parietal foramen at the midline. Entoglenoid processes are cleft, and the right pterygoid plate contacts petrosal to create an accessory foramen medial to f. ovale (and on the left nearly so). Bone of the palate, sphenoid greater wings, petrosals, nuchal plane, infraorbital surfaces, orbital plates, and temporal squamae is extremely thin.

Full Record: x-96-11-053/053-LL.TIF

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Left Lateral

Cranium retains LM2 and RM1-3. Premolar and some molar alveoli are resorbed. The vault is oblong ("dolichocephalic"), and depressed bilaterally beneath the temporal lines just posterior to the coronal suture. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and the coronal and lambdoidal sutures moderately obliterated. There is a single, large parietal foramen at the midline. Entoglenoid processes are cleft, and the right pterygoid plate contacts petrosal to create an accessory foramen medial to f. ovale (and on the left nearly so). Bone of the palate, sphenoid greater wings, petrosals, nuchal plane, infraorbital surfaces, orbital plates, and temporal squamae is extremely thin.