83 mm), tapering posteriorly to form a poorly defined cervical region with prominent occipital suture; coronal suture
long, extended onto face and terminating at level of antennal bases (Figs.
Of the 16 patients included in the study, 14 presented with single-suture craniosynostosis: 6 involved metopic suture; 5, sagittal suture; and 3, coronal suture
The most commonly encountered single suture synostoses are the sagittal suture (scaphocephaly) and the coronal suture
forms rear edge; this and sides worked smooth.
Head broadly rounded anteriorly, bearing small conical processes at the base of genae; coronal suture
In "Primal Sound," an essay written in 1919, Rainer Maria Rilke fantasizes about dropping a phonograph needle into a skull's coronal suture
(the line created by the fusing of bone plates during infancy):
As if "the facilitations of Freud and Exner had been projected out of the brain onto its enclosure, the naked eye is now able to read the coronal suture
as a writing of the real .