diploe


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diploë

 [dip´lo-e]
the spongy layer between the inner and outer compact layers of the flat bones of the skull. adj., adj diploet´ic, diplo´ic.

dip·lo·ë

(dip'lō-ē), [TA]
The central layer of spongy bone between the two layers of compact bone, outer and inner plates, or tables, of the flat cranial bones.
[G. diploē, fem. of diplous, double]

diploe

or

diploë

(dĭp′lō-ē′)
n.
The spongy, porous, bony tissue between the hard outer and inner bone layers of the cranium.

dip′lo·ic (-lō-ĭk) adj.

dip·lo·ë

(diplŏ-wē) [TA]
The central layer of spongy bone between the two layers of compact bone, outer and inner plates, or tables, of the flat cranial bones.
[G. diploē, fem. of diplous, double]

diploe

The spongy layer of bone between the hard outer and inner layers of the vault of the skull (cranium).

dip·lo·ë

(diplŏ-wē) [TA]
The central layer of spongy bone between the two layers of compact bone, outer and inner plates, or tables, of the flat cranial bones.
[G. diploē, fem. of diplous, double]
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But, it is almost impossible to perform the procedure because of the thin and immature diploe of the skull in children younger than 3 years old.
Na regiao frontal, ocorre principalmente em jovens, por terem diploe abundante--camada de osso esponjoso rico em veias avalvulares entre as trabeculas osseas interna e externa do frontal.
Histologically flat bone is made up of the two cortical thin sheets, involving a small proportion of trabecular tissue (diploe: soft spongy material containing bone marrow).
It is also interesting to note that when the bone sample for radiocarbon dating was taken, the diploe had been extensively recrystallised with a material similar in appearance to the blue-black material of the tooth (see Figure 3).
The presence of such bone irregularities and residual edges of the diploe can explain the incomplete globe replacement after the surgical removal of the cyst.
Age, sex and body mass index in relation to calvarial diploe thickness and craniometric data on MRI.
If theses scalp wounds cannot be closed with a flap, the outer surface of the skull diploe is normally removed, exposing cancellous bone.
Alden, "Calculation of whole-body SAR from a 100 MHz diploe antenna," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol.
The skull and mandible of proboscideans often lag behind other skeletal elements in a depositional environment, mainly because of flotation of the skull due to diploe (Voorhies, 1969; Agenbroad and Mead, 1994).