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inion

 [in´e-on]
the external occipital protuberance. adj., adj in´ial.

in·i·on

(in'ē-on), [TA]
A point located on the external occipital protuberance at the intersection of the midline with a line drawn tangent to the uppermost convexity of the right and left superior nuchal lines.
[G. nape of the neck]

inion

(ĭn′ē-ən)
n.
The most prominent projecting point of the occipital bone at the base of the skull.

in·i·on

(in'ē-on) [TA]
A point located on the external occipital protuberance at the intersection of the midline with a line drawn tangentially to the uppermost convexity of the right and left superior nuchal lines.
[G. nape of the neck]

in·i·on

(in'ē-on) [TA]
A point located on the external occipital protuberance at the intersection of the midline with a line drawn tangentially to the uppermost convexity of the right and left superior nuchal lines.
[G. nape of the neck]
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Corruccini (1974) found a significant age effect on the presence of genial tubercles, trochlear spurs, inion salience, mastoid foramen, pterygoid foramen, and postcon-dylar canal, while Berry (1975) and Perizonius (1979) each concluded that discrete cranial traits were not affected by age.