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wor·mi·an

(wer'mē-ăn),
Relating to or described by Ole Worm.

wor·mi·an

(wōrm'ē-ăn)
Relating to or described by Ole Worm.
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2] Skull radiographs detected wormian bones [Figure 1]g and [Figure 1]h.
1977 The Effect of Artificial Cranial Deformation on the Incidence of Wormian Bones in the Lambdoid Suture.
OI patients typically manifest blue sclera, brittle teeth (Dentinogenesis imperfecta) and presence of wormian bones on skull radiographs.
22) The craniofacial phenotype of Hajdu-Cheney syndrome patients includes the following features: facial dimorphism, micrognathism, poor closure of cranial sutures, and wormian bones formation.
None of the features of skull and shoulder girdle like, open fontanels, wormian bones in skull, partial to total agenesis of clavicle were reported in skull and chest X ray of this patient.
Skull films showed a large cranial vault with persistent open fontanelles and wide sutures, as well as wormian bones.
Anteroposterior radiography revealed a plastic frontal sinus, Wormian bone, and dysplastic zygomatic bone [Figure 1]e.
Study of Wormian Bones in Human Skulls in Nagpur Region (Abstr).
Both parietal bones show defective fusion in the center with wormian bones formation.
Beyond this, the bones can be affected in different ways including the side expression of Wormian bones (El-Najjar and Dawson 1977), depressed anomalous sutures, and bone inflammation and necrosis at the occiput (Holliday 1993).
Unusual Wormian bones at Pterion--Three case reports: JBiomed Sci and Res.