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

96-11-069AB

Mandibular Dentition

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/069-DX.TIF

96-11-069AB

Maxillary Dentition

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/069-FE1.TIF

96-11-069AB

Feature 1

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/069-FE2.TIF

96-11-069AB

Feature 2

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-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/069A-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/069A-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/069A-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-96-11-070/070-AN.TIF

96-11-070

Anterior

This cranium is badly weathered, the left zygomatic arch is broken, and only the right and left M1-2 are present. It appears artificially deformed by anteroposterior compression. The right parietal and occipital protrudes posterolaterally more than the left. The metopic suture is completely preserved. The orbits display extensive cribra orbitalia. The tympanic plates each have hole, and the bilateral expression suggests not it is not due to weathering. The right jugular foramen greatly is expanded, and there are some wormians on lambdoid suture and around asterion.

Full Record: x-96-11-070/070-PO.TIF

96-11-070

Posterior

This cranium is badly weathered, the left zygomatic arch is broken, and only the right and left M1-2 are present. It appears artificially deformed by anteroposterior compression. The right parietal and occipital protrudes posterolaterally more than the left. The metopic suture is completely preserved. The orbits display extensive cribra orbitalia. The tympanic plates each have hole, and the bilateral expression suggests not it is not due to weathering. The right jugular foramen greatly is expanded, and there are some wormians on lambdoid suture and around asterion.

Full Record: x-96-11-070/070-RL.TIF

96-11-070

Right Lateral

This cranium is badly weathered, the left zygomatic arch is broken, and only the right and left M1-2 are present. It appears artificially deformed by anteroposterior compression. The right parietal and occipital protrudes posterolaterally more than the left. The metopic suture is completely preserved. The orbits display extensive cribra orbitalia. The tympanic plates each have hole, and the bilateral expression suggests not it is not due to weathering. The right jugular foramen greatly is expanded, and there are some wormians on lambdoid suture and around asterion.

Full Record: x-96-11-070/070-SU.TIF

96-11-070

Superior

This cranium is badly weathered, the left zygomatic arch is broken, and only the right and left M1-2 are present. It appears artificially deformed by anteroposterior compression. The right parietal and occipital protrudes posterolaterally more than the left. The metopic suture is completely preserved. The orbits display extensive cribra orbitalia. The tympanic plates each have hole, and the bilateral expression suggests not it is not due to weathering. The right jugular foramen greatly is expanded, and there are some wormians on lambdoid suture and around asterion.

Full Record: x-96-11-070/070-DX.TIF

96-11-070

Maxillary Dentition

This cranium is badly weathered, the left zygomatic arch is broken, and only the right and left M1-2 are present. It appears artificially deformed by anteroposterior compression. The right parietal and occipital protrudes posterolaterally more than the left. The metopic suture is completely preserved. The orbits display extensive cribra orbitalia. The tympanic plates each have hole, and the bilateral expression suggests not it is not due to weathering. The right jugular foramen greatly is expanded, and there are some wormians on lambdoid suture and around asterion.

Full Record: x-96-11-070/070-FE1.TIF

96-11-070

Feature 1

This cranium is badly weathered, the left zygomatic arch is broken, and only the right and left M1-2 are present. It appears artificially deformed by anteroposterior compression. The right parietal and occipital protrudes posterolaterally more than the left. The metopic suture is completely preserved. The orbits display extensive cribra orbitalia. The tympanic plates each have hole, and the bilateral expression suggests not it is not due to weathering. The right jugular foramen greatly is expanded, and there are some wormians on lambdoid suture and around asterion.

Full Record: x-96-11-070/070-FE2.TIF

96-11-070

Feature 2

This cranium is badly weathered, the left zygomatic arch is broken, and only the right and left M1-2 are present. It appears artificially deformed by anteroposterior compression. The right parietal and occipital protrudes posterolaterally more than the left. The metopic suture is completely preserved. The orbits display extensive cribra orbitalia. The tympanic plates each have hole, and the bilateral expression suggests not it is not due to weathering. The right jugular foramen greatly is expanded, and there are some wormians on lambdoid suture and around asterion.

Full Record: x-96-11-070/070-FE3.TIF

96-11-070

Feature 3

This cranium is badly weathered, the left zygomatic arch is broken, and only the right and left M1-2 are present. It appears artificially deformed by anteroposterior compression. The right parietal and occipital protrudes posterolaterally more than the left. The metopic suture is completely preserved. The orbits display extensive cribra orbitalia. The tympanic plates each have hole, and the bilateral expression suggests not it is not due to weathering. The right jugular foramen greatly is expanded, and there are some wormians on lambdoid suture and around asterion.

Full Record: x-96-11-070/070-FE4.TIF

96-11-070

Feature 4

This cranium is badly weathered, the left zygomatic arch is broken, and only the right and left M1-2 are present. It appears artificially deformed by anteroposterior compression. The right parietal and occipital protrudes posterolaterally more than the left. The metopic suture is completely preserved. The orbits display extensive cribra orbitalia. The tympanic plates each have hole, and the bilateral expression suggests not it is not due to weathering. The right jugular foramen greatly is expanded, and there are some wormians on lambdoid suture and around asterion.

Full Record: x-96-11-070/070-FE5.TIF

96-11-070

Feature 5

This cranium is badly weathered, the left zygomatic arch is broken, and only the right and left M1-2 are present. It appears artificially deformed by anteroposterior compression. The right parietal and occipital protrudes posterolaterally more than the left. The metopic suture is completely preserved. The orbits display extensive cribra orbitalia. The tympanic plates each have hole, and the bilateral expression suggests not it is not due to weathering. The right jugular foramen greatly is expanded, and there are some wormians on lambdoid suture and around asterion.

Full Record: x-96-11-070/070-IN.TIF

96-11-070

Inferior

This cranium is badly weathered, the left zygomatic arch is broken, and only the right and left M1-2 are present. It appears artificially deformed by anteroposterior compression. The right parietal and occipital protrudes posterolaterally more than the left. The metopic suture is completely preserved. The orbits display extensive cribra orbitalia. The tympanic plates each have hole, and the bilateral expression suggests not it is not due to weathering. The right jugular foramen greatly is expanded, and there are some wormians on lambdoid suture and around asterion.

Full Record: x-96-11-070/070-LL.TIF

96-11-070

Left Lateral

This cranium is badly weathered, the left zygomatic arch is broken, and only the right and left M1-2 are present. It appears artificially deformed by anteroposterior compression. The right parietal and occipital protrudes posterolaterally more than the left. The metopic suture is completely preserved. The orbits display extensive cribra orbitalia. The tympanic plates each have hole, and the bilateral expression suggests not it is not due to weathering. The right jugular foramen greatly is expanded, and there are some wormians on lambdoid suture and around asterion.

Full Record: x-96-11-071ab/071A-AN.TIF

96-11-071AB

Anterior

This is a cranium that is missing its calotte, and has a loose piece of vault bone. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a tripartite (trabeculae?) incisive canal, and extreme remodeling, including atrophy and deposition, of the endocranium and posterior and lateral external cranium. This all appears to result from an infection, or other occurrence, based in the sphenoid sinus. Much of the additional bone has a “fuzzy” look to it. There is expansion and opening of the external auditory meati, possibly related to overall pathological condition. Additionally, there is arthritis on the right articular eminence. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has the same “fuzzy” vascularized type of bone seen on the cranium, manifest on each ramus and into the mandibular fa., which is possibly related to the absence of a lingual on the right ramus. All alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-071ab/071AB-AN.TIF

96-11-071AB

Anterior

This is a cranium that is missing its calotte, and has a loose piece of vault bone. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a tripartite (trabeculae?) incisive canal, and extreme remodeling, including atrophy and deposition, of the endocranium and posterior and lateral external cranium. This all appears to result from an infection, or other occurrence, based in the sphenoid sinus. Much of the additional bone has a “fuzzy” look to it. There is expansion and opening of the external auditory meati, possibly related to overall pathological condition. Additionally, there is arthritis on the right articular eminence. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has the same “fuzzy” vascularized type of bone seen on the cranium, manifest on each ramus and into the mandibular fa., which is possibly related to the absence of a lingual on the right ramus. All alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-071ab/071AB-LL.TIF

96-11-071AB

Left Lateral

This is a cranium that is missing its calotte, and has a loose piece of vault bone. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a tripartite (trabeculae?) incisive canal, and extreme remodeling, including atrophy and deposition, of the endocranium and posterior and lateral external cranium. This all appears to result from an infection, or other occurrence, based in the sphenoid sinus. Much of the additional bone has a “fuzzy” look to it. There is expansion and opening of the external auditory meati, possibly related to overall pathological condition. Additionally, there is arthritis on the right articular eminence. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has the same “fuzzy” vascularized type of bone seen on the cranium, manifest on each ramus and into the mandibular fa., which is possibly related to the absence of a lingual on the right ramus. All alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-071ab/071AB-RL.TIF

96-11-071AB

Right Lateral

This is a cranium that is missing its calotte, and has a loose piece of vault bone. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a tripartite (trabeculae?) incisive canal, and extreme remodeling, including atrophy and deposition, of the endocranium and posterior and lateral external cranium. This all appears to result from an infection, or other occurrence, based in the sphenoid sinus. Much of the additional bone has a “fuzzy” look to it. There is expansion and opening of the external auditory meati, possibly related to overall pathological condition. Additionally, there is arthritis on the right articular eminence. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has the same “fuzzy” vascularized type of bone seen on the cranium, manifest on each ramus and into the mandibular fa., which is possibly related to the absence of a lingual on the right ramus. All alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-071ab/071B-AN.TIF

96-11-071AB

Anterior

This is a cranium that is missing its calotte, and has a loose piece of vault bone. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a tripartite (trabeculae?) incisive canal, and extreme remodeling, including atrophy and deposition, of the endocranium and posterior and lateral external cranium. This all appears to result from an infection, or other occurrence, based in the sphenoid sinus. Much of the additional bone has a “fuzzy” look to it. There is expansion and opening of the external auditory meati, possibly related to overall pathological condition. Additionally, there is arthritis on the right articular eminence. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has the same “fuzzy” vascularized type of bone seen on the cranium, manifest on each ramus and into the mandibular fa., which is possibly related to the absence of a lingual on the right ramus. All alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-071ab/071B-LL.TIF

96-11-071AB

Left Lateral

This is a cranium that is missing its calotte, and has a loose piece of vault bone. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a tripartite (trabeculae?) incisive canal, and extreme remodeling, including atrophy and deposition, of the endocranium and posterior and lateral external cranium. This all appears to result from an infection, or other occurrence, based in the sphenoid sinus. Much of the additional bone has a “fuzzy” look to it. There is expansion and opening of the external auditory meati, possibly related to overall pathological condition. Additionally, there is arthritis on the right articular eminence. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has the same “fuzzy” vascularized type of bone seen on the cranium, manifest on each ramus and into the mandibular fa., which is possibly related to the absence of a lingual on the right ramus. All alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-071ab/071B-RL.TIF

96-11-071AB

Right Lateral

This is a cranium that is missing its calotte, and has a loose piece of vault bone. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a tripartite (trabeculae?) incisive canal, and extreme remodeling, including atrophy and deposition, of the endocranium and posterior and lateral external cranium. This all appears to result from an infection, or other occurrence, based in the sphenoid sinus. Much of the additional bone has a “fuzzy” look to it. There is expansion and opening of the external auditory meati, possibly related to overall pathological condition. Additionally, there is arthritis on the right articular eminence. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has the same “fuzzy” vascularized type of bone seen on the cranium, manifest on each ramus and into the mandibular fa., which is possibly related to the absence of a lingual on the right ramus. All alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-071ab/071B-SU.TIF

96-11-071AB

Superior

This is a cranium that is missing its calotte, and has a loose piece of vault bone. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a tripartite (trabeculae?) incisive canal, and extreme remodeling, including atrophy and deposition, of the endocranium and posterior and lateral external cranium. This all appears to result from an infection, or other occurrence, based in the sphenoid sinus. Much of the additional bone has a “fuzzy” look to it. There is expansion and opening of the external auditory meati, possibly related to overall pathological condition. Additionally, there is arthritis on the right articular eminence. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has the same “fuzzy” vascularized type of bone seen on the cranium, manifest on each ramus and into the mandibular fa., which is possibly related to the absence of a lingual on the right ramus. All alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-071ab/071-DX.TIF

96-11-071AB

Maxillary Dentition

This is a cranium that is missing its calotte, and has a loose piece of vault bone. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a tripartite (trabeculae?) incisive canal, and extreme remodeling, including atrophy and deposition, of the endocranium and posterior and lateral external cranium. This all appears to result from an infection, or other occurrence, based in the sphenoid sinus. Much of the additional bone has a “fuzzy” look to it. There is expansion and opening of the external auditory meati, possibly related to overall pathological condition. Additionally, there is arthritis on the right articular eminence. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has the same “fuzzy” vascularized type of bone seen on the cranium, manifest on each ramus and into the mandibular fa., which is possibly related to the absence of a lingual on the right ramus. All alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-071ab/071-FE1.TIF

96-11-071AB

Feature 1

This is a cranium that is missing its calotte, and has a loose piece of vault bone. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a tripartite (trabeculae?) incisive canal, and extreme remodeling, including atrophy and deposition, of the endocranium and posterior and lateral external cranium. This all appears to result from an infection, or other occurrence, based in the sphenoid sinus. Much of the additional bone has a “fuzzy” look to it. There is expansion and opening of the external auditory meati, possibly related to overall pathological condition. Additionally, there is arthritis on the right articular eminence. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has the same “fuzzy” vascularized type of bone seen on the cranium, manifest on each ramus and into the mandibular fa., which is possibly related to the absence of a lingual on the right ramus. All alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-071ab/071-FE2.TIF

96-11-071AB

Feature 2

This is a cranium that is missing its calotte, and has a loose piece of vault bone. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a tripartite (trabeculae?) incisive canal, and extreme remodeling, including atrophy and deposition, of the endocranium and posterior and lateral external cranium. This all appears to result from an infection, or other occurrence, based in the sphenoid sinus. Much of the additional bone has a “fuzzy” look to it. There is expansion and opening of the external auditory meati, possibly related to overall pathological condition. Additionally, there is arthritis on the right articular eminence. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has the same “fuzzy” vascularized type of bone seen on the cranium, manifest on each ramus and into the mandibular fa., which is possibly related to the absence of a lingual on the right ramus. All alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-071ab/071A-IN.TIF

96-11-071AB

Inferior

This is a cranium that is missing its calotte, and has a loose piece of vault bone. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a tripartite (trabeculae?) incisive canal, and extreme remodeling, including atrophy and deposition, of the endocranium and posterior and lateral external cranium. This all appears to result from an infection, or other occurrence, based in the sphenoid sinus. Much of the additional bone has a “fuzzy” look to it. There is expansion and opening of the external auditory meati, possibly related to overall pathological condition. Additionally, there is arthritis on the right articular eminence. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has the same “fuzzy” vascularized type of bone seen on the cranium, manifest on each ramus and into the mandibular fa., which is possibly related to the absence of a lingual on the right ramus. All alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-071ab/071A-LL.TIF

96-11-071AB

Left Lateral

This is a cranium that is missing its calotte, and has a loose piece of vault bone. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a tripartite (trabeculae?) incisive canal, and extreme remodeling, including atrophy and deposition, of the endocranium and posterior and lateral external cranium. This all appears to result from an infection, or other occurrence, based in the sphenoid sinus. Much of the additional bone has a “fuzzy” look to it. There is expansion and opening of the external auditory meati, possibly related to overall pathological condition. Additionally, there is arthritis on the right articular eminence. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has the same “fuzzy” vascularized type of bone seen on the cranium, manifest on each ramus and into the mandibular fa., which is possibly related to the absence of a lingual on the right ramus. All alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-071ab/071A-PO.TIF

96-11-071AB

Posterior

This is a cranium that is missing its calotte, and has a loose piece of vault bone. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a tripartite (trabeculae?) incisive canal, and extreme remodeling, including atrophy and deposition, of the endocranium and posterior and lateral external cranium. This all appears to result from an infection, or other occurrence, based in the sphenoid sinus. Much of the additional bone has a “fuzzy” look to it. There is expansion and opening of the external auditory meati, possibly related to overall pathological condition. Additionally, there is arthritis on the right articular eminence. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has the same “fuzzy” vascularized type of bone seen on the cranium, manifest on each ramus and into the mandibular fa., which is possibly related to the absence of a lingual on the right ramus. All alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-071ab/071A-RL.TIF

96-11-071AB

Right Lateral

This is a cranium that is missing its calotte, and has a loose piece of vault bone. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a tripartite (trabeculae?) incisive canal, and extreme remodeling, including atrophy and deposition, of the endocranium and posterior and lateral external cranium. This all appears to result from an infection, or other occurrence, based in the sphenoid sinus. Much of the additional bone has a “fuzzy” look to it. There is expansion and opening of the external auditory meati, possibly related to overall pathological condition. Additionally, there is arthritis on the right articular eminence. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has the same “fuzzy” vascularized type of bone seen on the cranium, manifest on each ramus and into the mandibular fa., which is possibly related to the absence of a lingual on the right ramus. All alveoli are resorbed.

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96-11-071AB

Superior

This is a cranium that is missing its calotte, and has a loose piece of vault bone. All alveoli are resorbed. There is a tripartite (trabeculae?) incisive canal, and extreme remodeling, including atrophy and deposition, of the endocranium and posterior and lateral external cranium. This all appears to result from an infection, or other occurrence, based in the sphenoid sinus. Much of the additional bone has a “fuzzy” look to it. There is expansion and opening of the external auditory meati, possibly related to overall pathological condition. Additionally, there is arthritis on the right articular eminence. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has the same “fuzzy” vascularized type of bone seen on the cranium, manifest on each ramus and into the mandibular fa., which is possibly related to the absence of a lingual on the right ramus. All alveoli are resorbed.

96-11-072

96-11-072

This consists of a face and calotte that seem to fit together, though not unequivocally. The bone is extremely thin, and there is a wide open vault cavity. The occiput is protuberant, and the surface is undulating (viz. frontal and anterior parietals), which could indicate hydrocephaly. There is unfused spheno-occipital synchondrosis, though the M3s are fully erupted.

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96-11-073AB

Anterior

This cranium is missing its calotte, and much of the right half of the vault. There is a loose vault fragment, and the zygomatic arch of the right temporal is also loose. A major piece of the medial left orbital plate, the dorsum sellae, medial right orbit and infraorbital surface are also missing. This cranium demonstrates severe Paget’s disease. All alveoli are resorbed, and there is a healed fracture of the nasal bones. A loose fragment of the vault is also present. The mandible for this cranium (b) is missing all teeth for which alveoli are open. Most postcanine alveoli are resorbed. The condyles are either arthritic or showing the effects of Paget’s disease. There is a lingulae bridge and mandibular foramen, as well as a bridged mylohyoid groove on the right.

Full Record: x-96-11-073ab/073-IN.TIF

96-11-073AB

Inferior

This cranium is missing its calotte, and much of the right half of the vault. There is a loose vault fragment, and the zygomatic arch of the right temporal is also loose. A major piece of the medial left orbital plate, the dorsum sellae, medial right orbit and infraorbital surface are also missing. This cranium demonstrates severe Paget’s disease. All alveoli are resorbed, and there is a healed fracture of the nasal bones. A loose fragment of the vault is also present. The mandible for this cranium (b) is missing all teeth for which alveoli are open. Most postcanine alveoli are resorbed. The condyles are either arthritic or showing the effects of Paget’s disease. There is a lingulae bridge and mandibular foramen, as well as a bridged mylohyoid groove on the right.

Full Record: x-96-11-073ab/073-LL.TIF

96-11-073AB

Left Lateral

This cranium is missing its calotte, and much of the right half of the vault. There is a loose vault fragment, and the zygomatic arch of the right temporal is also loose. A major piece of the medial left orbital plate, the dorsum sellae, medial right orbit and infraorbital surface are also missing. This cranium demonstrates severe Paget’s disease. All alveoli are resorbed, and there is a healed fracture of the nasal bones. A loose fragment of the vault is also present. The mandible for this cranium (b) is missing all teeth for which alveoli are open. Most postcanine alveoli are resorbed. The condyles are either arthritic or showing the effects of Paget’s disease. There is a lingulae bridge and mandibular foramen, as well as a bridged mylohyoid groove on the right.

Full Record: x-96-11-073ab/073-PO.TIF

96-11-073AB

Posterior

This cranium is missing its calotte, and much of the right half of the vault. There is a loose vault fragment, and the zygomatic arch of the right temporal is also loose. A major piece of the medial left orbital plate, the dorsum sellae, medial right orbit and infraorbital surface are also missing. This cranium demonstrates severe Paget’s disease. All alveoli are resorbed, and there is a healed fracture of the nasal bones. A loose fragment of the vault is also present. The mandible for this cranium (b) is missing all teeth for which alveoli are open. Most postcanine alveoli are resorbed. The condyles are either arthritic or showing the effects of Paget’s disease. There is a lingulae bridge and mandibular foramen, as well as a bridged mylohyoid groove on the right.

Full Record: x-96-11-073ab/073-RL.TIF

96-11-073AB

Right Lateral

This cranium is missing its calotte, and much of the right half of the vault. There is a loose vault fragment, and the zygomatic arch of the right temporal is also loose. A major piece of the medial left orbital plate, the dorsum sellae, medial right orbit and infraorbital surface are also missing. This cranium demonstrates severe Paget’s disease. All alveoli are resorbed, and there is a healed fracture of the nasal bones. A loose fragment of the vault is also present. The mandible for this cranium (b) is missing all teeth for which alveoli are open. Most postcanine alveoli are resorbed. The condyles are either arthritic or showing the effects of Paget’s disease. There is a lingulae bridge and mandibular foramen, as well as a bridged mylohyoid groove on the right.

Full Record: x-96-11-073ab/073-SU.TIF

96-11-073AB

Superior

This cranium is missing its calotte, and much of the right half of the vault. There is a loose vault fragment, and the zygomatic arch of the right temporal is also loose. A major piece of the medial left orbital plate, the dorsum sellae, medial right orbit and infraorbital surface are also missing. This cranium demonstrates severe Paget’s disease. All alveoli are resorbed, and there is a healed fracture of the nasal bones. A loose fragment of the vault is also present. The mandible for this cranium (b) is missing all teeth for which alveoli are open. Most postcanine alveoli are resorbed. The condyles are either arthritic or showing the effects of Paget’s disease. There is a lingulae bridge and mandibular foramen, as well as a bridged mylohyoid groove on the right.

96-11-074AB

96-11-074AB

The calotte (a) is unassociated with any cranium, but may belong with the 74b mandible. There is a wormian bone at lambda, below which the remaining occipital seems to 'flare' posteriorly. The sutures are fairly loose, suggesting young age. This is a mandible that is possibly associated with the 74A calotte. All teeth are present, but the RI1 crown is broken mesially. The LI1 alveolus is entirely resorbed, and the RM2-3 alveoli are beginning to resorb, but the teeth are still intact. There is a large abscess of the inferior LP4 alveolus which has not reached gingiva.

96-11-075

96-11-075

This is a calotte that is unassociated with a cranium. The bone is extremely thin, noted as “papyraceous.”

96-11-076

96-11-076

This is a calotte that is unassociated with a cranium. The bone is extremely thin, and noted as “papyraceous.” There are especially thinned depressions at the centers of parietals (bilateral), and the sutures are nearly fully obliterated. There is extreme remodeling endocranially along the sutures, as well.

96-11-077

96-11-077

This is a calotte that is unassociated with a cranium. It has a thick vault with deep arachnoid foveae.

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96-11-078

Anterior

This is a cranium which is badly weathered. It is missing both zygomatic arches, as well as some of the right basiocciput and right temporal squama. The right parietal is heavily cracked. Dentally, this cranium retains only the LM1, a broken LP4 root, and a broken LM2 crown, which is stained a blue-green color, indicating presence of copper. This cranium has artificial deformation in the form of anterio-posterior flattening that is asymmetrical. This results in greater parietal protuberance on the left. There is a small, healed lesion or wound of the left intraorbital surface, with noticeable bony remodeling. Additionally, there is a hole in each tympanic plate, which is probably not the result of simply breakage, but failure to ossify properly. The right parietal foramen is obliterated, and the left is enlarged.

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96-11-078

Inferior

This is a cranium which is badly weathered. It is missing both zygomatic arches, as well as some of the right basiocciput and right temporal squama. The right parietal is heavily cracked. Dentally, this cranium retains only the LM1, a broken LP4 root, and a broken LM2 crown, which is stained a blue-green color, indicating presence of copper. This cranium has artificial deformation in the form of anterio-posterior flattening that is asymmetrical. This results in greater parietal protuberance on the left. There is a small, healed lesion or wound of the left intraorbital surface, with noticeable bony remodeling. Additionally, there is a hole in each tympanic plate, which is probably not the result of simply breakage, but failure to ossify properly. The right parietal foramen is obliterated, and the left is enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-078/078-LL.TIF

96-11-078

Left Lateral

This is a cranium which is badly weathered. It is missing both zygomatic arches, as well as some of the right basiocciput and right temporal squama. The right parietal is heavily cracked. Dentally, this cranium retains only the LM1, a broken LP4 root, and a broken LM2 crown, which is stained a blue-green color, indicating presence of copper. This cranium has artificial deformation in the form of anterio-posterior flattening that is asymmetrical. This results in greater parietal protuberance on the left. There is a small, healed lesion or wound of the left intraorbital surface, with noticeable bony remodeling. Additionally, there is a hole in each tympanic plate, which is probably not the result of simply breakage, but failure to ossify properly. The right parietal foramen is obliterated, and the left is enlarged.