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inion

 [in´e-on]
the external occipital protuberance. adj., adj in´ial.

in·i·on

(in'ē-on), [TA]
A point located on the external occipital protuberance at the intersection of the midline with a line drawn tangent to the uppermost convexity of the right and left superior nuchal lines.
[G. nape of the neck]

inion

(ĭn′ē-ən)
n.
The most prominent projecting point of the occipital bone at the base of the skull.

in·i·on

(in'ē-on) [TA]
A point located on the external occipital protuberance at the intersection of the midline with a line drawn tangentially to the uppermost convexity of the right and left superior nuchal lines.
[G. nape of the neck]

in·i·on

(in'ē-on) [TA]
A point located on the external occipital protuberance at the intersection of the midline with a line drawn tangentially to the uppermost convexity of the right and left superior nuchal lines.
[G. nape of the neck]
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Day JD et al [5] has described that a line drawn from the zygoma root to the inion reliably located the rostro caudal level of transverse sinus in all their specimens.
The injections were made under the occipital bone at the medial third between the inion and mastoid process, ipsilateral to the attack.
En la determinacion del sexo se tuvo en cuenta de forma subjetiva la morfologia craneal (arcos superciliares, inion, apofisis mastoides, escama del frontal ...) (Fig.
The more elongated vault shape is associated with the inferior and posterior expansion of Inion, the more anterior location of Glabella, the flattening of Bregma, and the posterior expansion of the vault in the sagittal plane.
These include: the inion process, the mastoid process, the frontal ridges, the dentition (Miles, 1958), the dental arch, the shape of the chin, the shape of the angular process, the zygomatic arch, the cranial sutures, and the overall thickness of the cranial bones (Bass, 1971).
Noemi Mandi and Jocelyn Enriquez walked free from their captors in Basilan's Tipo-Tipo town while a third victim, Jocelyn Inion, was recovered by police in another town before noon, the military said.
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Ukraine was the last among three countries discussed in this paper to initiate large-scale privatisation (INION, 2003), and the overall economic reforms were inconsistent.