basicranial


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ba·si·cra·ni·al

(bā'si-krā'nē-ăl),
Relating to the base of the skull.

ba·si·cra·ni·al

(bā'si-krā'nē-ăl)
Relating to the base of the skull.
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We then metrically analysed various basicranial and pelvic bones, chosen because they are compact and if not less likely than long bones to shrink, certainly less likely to become deformed (e.
scotti is defined by four traits: (1) basicranial length greater than 500 mm, (2) stout metapodials, (3) ectoflexid penetration on M/1 and M/2 but less frequently on M/3, and (4) P1/ frequently retained and, if present, located medial to P2/.
The extent of basicranial flattening in four European Neandertal specimens falls within the range observed in a sample of modern human skulls dating from 25,000 years ago to medieval times, Frayer contends.
Patients with Treacher Collins syndrome might have basicranial kyphosis, narrowing of the pharynx, and severe microretrognathia with deficient ramal height.