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Synonyms for calvaria

the dome of the skull

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Neoplastic Lesions of Scalp and Calvarium in 37 Cases: Review of the Literature37 Olguda skalp ve kalvaryum'un neoplastik lezyonlari: Literatur gozden gecirilmesi.
Clinical, radiological, and biochemical features in the patients with acrodysostosis Features Patient 1 Patient 2 Clinical features Facial dysostosis - Broad face with widely spaced eyes Yes Yes - Maxillonasal hypoplasia Yes Yes Peripheral dysostosis - Intrauterine growth retardation Yes - - Short stature Yes No - Small and broad hands and feet Yes Yes - Enlargement of first toe Yes Yes Intellectual disability Yes No Radiological findings - Thickened calvarium - Yes - Severe brachydactyly Yes Yes - Cone-shaped epiphyses Yes Yes - Advanced bone age Yes Yes Laboratory findings - Hormonal resistance Yes No
The calvarium has been used worldwide as autogenous bone grafts donor bone in maxillofacial reconstruction (Smith & Abramson, 1974; Zins & Whitaker; Donovan et al., 1993), in reconstruction of the alveolar process in both the maxilla and mandible, as well as in procedures involving osseointegrated dental implants (Vermeeren et al.; Smolka et al., 2006; de Souza Fernandes et al., 2011).
For example, in Tibet, ritual drums were made from parts of human skulls, usually the uppermost part of the skull, known as the 'calvarium', with animal hide stretched across them to create the striking surface.
A follow-up PET scan 5 months later was significant for FDG uptake in foci of both kidneys; the calvarium and brain parenchyma were unremarkable.
Skull radiograph in lateral view showed disproportionate large calvarium with hypoplastic facial bones, small mandible with small ascending ramus, and obtuse mandibular angle with the overcrowding of teeth (Figures 2(a) and 2(b)).
Bosshardt, "Analysis of new bone formation induced by periosteal distraction in a rat calvarium model," Clinical Implant Dentistry and Related Research, vol.
2012 [43] proliferation and The CS-based scaffolds differentiation on CS were shown to be scaffolds biocompatible and In vivo: the scaffolds promoted bone were effective in regeneration in vivo, regenerating calvarium particularly in the bone tissue (better presence of SC results in group with SC) Hou et al.
Pathophsiologically epidural hematoma occurs when there is separation of dura from the inner table of the calvarium with the disruption and arterial and venous structures leading to the collection of blood in the available space but limited by the tight adhesion of dura to the suture lines 5.
Tumors of the mandible, maxilla and calvarium. In: Text Book of Small Animal Surgery.
We all know that the brain is protected by calvarium, dura, and blood-brain barrier (BBB) [39].
She was found to have genu valgum at the knee joint, pectus carniatum, scoliosis and cystic changes in pelvis and calvarium. Biochemical investigations and parathyroid Tc-99mMIBI scan confirmed the diagnosis of a parathyroid adenoma.
The anteroposterior [Figure 2] and lateral skull radiographs [Figure 3] showed marked sclerosis with thickening of the orbital rims, skull base, and calvarium with a loss of distinction between the cortex and medulla.
BCC rarely spread to other parts of the body, but if involves vital structures such as calvarium, it can be fatal.