schistocephalus(redirected from Schistocephalus solidus)
cranium[kra´ne-um] (pl. cra´nia) (L.)
the large round superior part of the skull, enclosing the brain and made up of the cranial bones.
cranium bi´fidum incomplete formation of the skull, with defective formation of the brain and often an encephalocele or meningocele. Called also cranioschisis.
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schistocephalus(skĭs″tō-sĕf′ă-lŭs) [″ + kephale, head]
A fetus with a cleft head.
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