Hematoma expansion can lead to intracranial hypertension as the volume of blood in the cranial vault
However, artificial cranial modification resulted in changes to the pattern, shape, and depth of meningeal vessel impressions in the interior of the cranial vault
(Dean O'Loughlin 1996:381-2).
modification and ethnicity in Middle Horizon San Pedro de Atacama, Chile.
Current studies on NOTCH pathway's genes alterations and their involvement in craniofacial structures development, such as palate, cranial vault
, cranial base, and teeth, is limited to a restricted number of genes, including Jagged2, Jagged1, Notch1, Notch2, and Hes1.
Group 2(3 cases): This group included cranial vault
deformities without any herniation or facial component.
In the broad sense, headache is any pain or ache located in the head, but in practice, only the ones located in the cranial vault
are referred to as headaches.
Skull films showed a large cranial vault
with persistent open fontanelles and wide sutures, as well as wormian bones.
This left a foreign body lodged within the cranial vault
. The goal is to remove the device entirely, in a timely fashion to diminish risk of infection, and without any associated intracranial bleeding.
* The operation performed, classified as one of spring cranioplasty (SC), cranial vault
reconstruction (CVR), fronto-orbital advancement (FOA) and posterior vault cranioplasty (PVC).
The reported incidence of LOC in relation to facial fractures ranges from 10.8% to 55%.10 The possible reason for this happening is that, the dissipation of energy is reduced and more force is transmitted to the cranial vault
, thereby resulting in a higher incidence of LOC.11, 12
While Ani's facial features appeared normal, she had a tiny cranial vault
with overlapping sutures.
defects result from trauma, infection, tumor ablation or cerebral decompression procedures.