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Curvilinear probes facilitate skin-probe contact over these bony ridges, particularly in the concavity between the malleoli and the tendo archilles.
The major structures of the posterior tympanum include lout sinuses, three eminences, two nerves, and various bony ridges.
These include large bony ridges above the eyes, a sharply angled braincase at the back of the head, and a smaller cranial volume--signifying a smaller brain--than H.