basilar part of occipital bone

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bas·i·lar part of oc·cip·i·tal bone

[TA]
the wedgelike portion of the occipital bone that lies anterior to the foramen magnum and joins with the body of the sphenoid bone.

bas·i·lar part of oc·cip·i·tal bone

(basi-lăr pahrt ok-sipi-tăl bōn) [TA]
Wedgelike portion of occipital bone that lies anterior to foramen magnum and joins with body of sphenoid bone.
Synonym(s): basilar process of occipital bone [TA]
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The occipital bone of skull can be described as being perforated by the foramen magnum with the basilar part in front, the squamous part behind and the condylar parts lateral to the foramen magnum1.
Because the notochord determines the development not only of the body of the atlas vertebra, but also of the basilar part of the occipital bone, which is the posterior part of the cranial base angle, it is possible that the cranial base angle is associated with deviations in the atlas vertebrae.
The basilar part of the occipital bone was surrounded by two pairs of muscular tubercles with similar size (Figure 5).
Midbrain fascicular third cranial nerve palsies Syndrome Signs/characteristics Location of lesion Benedikt Ipsilateral CN III palsy Red nucleus Contralateral extrapyramidal signs Hemitremor/involuntary movements Nothnagel Ipsilateral CN III palsy Fasciculus Superior Cerebellar ataxia cerebellar peduncle Claude Combination of Benedikt and Nothnagel syndromes Weber Ipsilateral CN III palsy Cerebral peduncle Contralateral hemiparesis Basilar part of CN III (2)
The intestinal crypt and epithelium mucosae of mammals was divided into the five regions, including the region of the stem cell and Paneth's cell in basilar part, the region of proliferation cell in the middle part of intestinal gland, the region of maturation in upper half of intestinal gland, function region and shedding part of upper half of intestinal villus.
* Anterior arch of atlas was partially fused with anterior margin of foramen magnum leaving a slit like gap measuring 16mm transversely between it and the basilar part of occipital bone.
The basilar part (Pars basilaris) was short and wide as described in ox (Raghavan) but unlike was the case of camel in which two distinct impressions on the dorsal surface of the basilar part of the occipital bone (Singh).
The occipital bone is perforated by the foramen magnum with the squamous part behind the foramen, the condylar parts lateral and the basilar part in front.
Also, variations in the formation of venous sinuses of the dura mater and the impressions they leave on the intracranial face of the occipital bone (Singh et al., 2004); a channel in the basilar part of the occipital bone (Chauhan et al., 2010) have been found.
Areas of myelinolysis are hypoattenuating usually located within the basilar part of pons and they lack mass effect.