craniometric points

cra·ni·o·met·ric points

fixed points on the skull used as landmarks in craniometry.

cra·ni·o·met·ric points

(krā'nē-ō-met'rik poynts)
Fixed points on the skull used as landmarks in craniometry.

cra·ni·o·met·ric points

(krā'nē-ō-met'rik poynts)
Fixed points on cranium used as landmarks in craniometry.
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Well-known examples of craniometric points used, included the pterion, asterion, vertex of the skull, the lambda stephanion glabella and the opisthion.
The following craniometric points were taken into consideration: the glabella-inion line (anteroposterior diameter) and the eurion-eurion distance (transverse diameter) (Pereira & Alvim).
The diameter of each injury was measured, as was the distance to specific craniometric points. State of healing was analyzed and data were also collected on individuals with multiple traumatic injuries.
In 29 dry skulls, we measured the upper anterior facial height after identifying the craniometric points nasion and prosthion.