After much research Dr Upledger theorized that cranial bones
continue to move into adulthood--a process previously thought to occur only in infants.
grafting in maxillofacial trauma and reconstruction.
Two distinct varieties were noted on the cranial bones
of both specimens: one pattern reflects perimortem and the other, postmortem bone change.
cepacia infection of soft tissue (the cranial bone
lesion was attributed to trauma).
We feel the first applications for dental pulp stem cells will be in the oral cavity," added Jeanne Coupe, RDH, NDPL clinical relations specialist, "which would include root regeneration, cranial bone
repair and jaw regeneration.
Yunusov had lost part of his cranial bone
in a Russian bombing.
CT scans of normal patients show the cranial bone
lined by a thin layer of dura mater.
As a person grows, he argues, genetically constrained chewing muscles lead to relatively small jaws, thus permitting the deposition of additional cranial bone
to encase a large brain.
Until recently, the more common approach to cranial bone
flap fixation was stainless steel wire, but this has not always yielded optimum results.
Within 2 years, re-establishment of cranial bone
integrity was reported.
The find, consisting of part of a cranial bone
and some teeth, was presented in Tokyo at a meeting of the Paleontological Society of Japan.
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19%), when present, it was the least fragmented cranial bone
Pacchionian granulations are hypertrophic arachnoidal villi, which can erode through cranial bone
, causing lytic lesions on skull roentgenograms or computed tomography (CT) scans.