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(kahnt),
a T-shaped depression in the occipital bone occurring in many cases of rickets, especially in infants lying constantly in bed with pressure on the occiput.
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An obsolete term for the occasional clinical finding of a T-shaped depression in the occipital bone in rickets.
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(kwahnt sīn)
A T-shaped depression in the occipital bone seen in many patients with rickets, especially in infants lying constantly in bed with pressure on the occiput.
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C.A.J., early 20th century Dutch physician.
Quant sign - a T-shaped depression found in the occipital bone.
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