Some parietomastoid sutures bifurcate into two branches before they join the squamosal sutures.
8%) parietomastoid sutures bifurcated into two branches before they joined to the squamosal sutures.
First, about 14% of the parietomastoid sutures separated into two branches before concatenating squamosal sutures, leading to an uncertainty of confirming the definite SP.
On the skull projection with the 35 [degrees] caudal angulation, the midlamboid, occipitomastoid and parietomastoid
sutures lacked closure, their greatest separation occurring at the asterion.