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Synonyms for dolichocephalic

an adult with a long narrow head

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having a relatively long head with a cephalic index of under 75

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They were analyzed in the R[R] program, conducted an analysis of variance (ANOVA) that evaluated under the three skull morphologies considered: brachycephalic, dolichocephalic and mesocephalic and response variables: Mallampati, Patil-Aldreti, Cormack La escala de Cormack-Lehane, fue modificada para caninos, donde fue realizada laringoscopia directa con el paciente decubito esternal y una vez evaluada la dificultad de intubacion endotraqueal se evaluo el grado de acuerdo con las estructuras anatomicas que se visualizaron, la escala que se utilizo fue: grado I, II, III y IV (Tabla 2)(16).
The aim of this study was to examine the lip projection of brachycephalic, dolichocephalic and mesocephalic Mexican patients and to analyze the relationship between dental protrusion and the lip position, to identify if a labial soft tissue projection exists and to determine what features predominated in this study.
so-called "Caucasoids" lay mixed with the Negroids and Mongoloids in a way which admits of no way of telling whether one of them had invented a dolichocephalic harness, or another a brachycephalic wheel or still another a mezzocephalic alphabet .
Interestingly, considering the CI values as well as the geographical origin of the samples, and due to head length contribution, the skulls may be classified as dolichocephalic.
The cranium is symmetric dolichocephalic with size proportional to the rest of the body and no evidence of deformation.
A previous study of these remains described the skulls as dolichocephalic in form (long and narrow) with "Polynesian" characteristics.
Furthermore, a greater increase in posterior facial height improves facial harmony, attenuating the dolichocephalic facial pattern.
31) In the 1960s, the researcher Ata Dzhikiev argued that the connection between the contemporary Turkmen and ancient peoples could be proven thanks to the studies of Oshanin, who linked them to the local dolichocephalic Caspian race.
I had hardly expected so dolichocephalic a skull or such well marked supra-orbital development.
He also had a short nose with anteverted nares, a palpable sagittal suture, and a dolichocephalic skull shape (figure 2).
An ethnologist who speaks of Aryan race, Aryan blood, Aryan hair, and Aryan eyes, is as great a sinner as a linguist who speaks of a dolichocephalic dictionary or a brachycephalic grammar.
A cranial index of less than 80 was dolichocephalic (Greek for "long head"), while one of over 80 was brachycephalic (wide head).
Table 1 Head Shape Range of Cephalic Index (%) Dolichocephalic Up to 74.
Dolichocephalic, or more narrow-headed, breeds consisted of Samoyeds, Siberian Huskies and Alaskan Malamutes.