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a.1.Same as Lambdoid.
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Moreover, it had two advantages: first, the coordinate system could be defined easily during the operation because the scalp covering the zygomatic arch, FPZ, SMC, and the mastoid is thin enough to palpate points A, B, and C; second, this positioning system does not need recognition of the cranial sutures (the lambdoidal, squamosal, and parietomastoid sutures) which should be identified for using the traditional method to locate the IMTS.[sup][9]
The lambdoidal crest and temporal ridges have a weaker development, and it has two tiny premolars behind each upper canine.
The effect of artificial cranial deformation on the incidence of Wormian bones in the lambdoidal suture.
Description--Skull short (GLS: 18.8 to 20.5 mm); braincase high, dorsal margin slightly flattened; postorbital region very constricted (INC: 7.5 to 7.9 mm); lambdoidal and sagittal crests greatly developed; supraorbital rims elevated, converging posteriorly; coronoid process and mandibular condyle aligned in parallel with the dentary; apical margins of the upper incisors divergent, I2 located diagonally behind I1; upper canines long with a very conspicuous external cingulum; large P4, triangular in occlusal view; p1 smaller than half the size of p2; molar ectolophs W-shaped; M3 broader than long, half the size of M2.
The posterior fontanelle is the unossified area of the skull at the junction of the sagittal and lambdoidal sutures.
Measurements for this animal are as follows: total length 125, length of tail 17, length of hind foot 18, length of ear 11, weight 30 grams, condylobasal length 26.36, lambdoidal breadth 13.77, depth of skull 12.45, length of nasals 7.84, length of maxillary toothrow 6.69.
5), indicates an absence of any brain remnants or other radiopaque material such as resin and clearly demonstrates a lambdoidal suture and flattened dorsum sella.
Significant physical examination findings include flattening of right parietal occipital region with slight forward (anterior) canting of the right ear and slight bulge of right forehead with an open anterior fontanelle and no palpable lambdoidal ridging.