By Theodore E. Keats MD, Mark W. Anderson MD
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FIGURE 1-121 Occipital flattening caused by postural pressure, not to be confused with changes of craniosynostosis. FIGURE 1-122 The superior median fissure of the occipital bone in a 21-year-old patient (m); this should not be mistaken for a fracture. Also note persistence of a strip of membranous bone simulating a fracture (m 6 ). 42 The Skull | THE OCCIPITAL BONE FIGURE 1-123 Persistent mendosal sutures in a 17-year-old boy. A B C FIGURE 1-124 Persistent mendosal sutures in a 25-year-old man.
FIGURE 1-36 Normal sutural sclerosis of the squamosal suture. 14 The Skull | THE CALVARIA FIGURE 1-37 Normal sutural sclerosis of the coronal suture. FIGURE 1-38 Thick but normal calvaria in a 30-year-old man. FIGURE 1-39 Normal frontal, temporal, and occipital lucencies seen in the aging calvaria. FIGURE 1-40 Striking occipital radiolucency in a 32-year-old woman. These localized normal radiolucencies should not be mistaken for the osteoporosis circumscripta of Paget’s disease. The Skull | THE CALVARIA 15 PART 1 | CHAPTER 1 FIGURE 1-41 Generalized and frontal benign cranial hyperostosis in a 38-year-old woman.
FIGURE 1-120 Anterior fontanel bone seen in the occipital projection in a 14-year-old. FIGURE 1-119 Paired, laterally placed interparietal bones. FIGURE 1-121 Occipital flattening caused by postural pressure, not to be confused with changes of craniosynostosis. FIGURE 1-122 The superior median fissure of the occipital bone in a 21-year-old patient (m); this should not be mistaken for a fracture. Also note persistence of a strip of membranous bone simulating a fracture (m 6 ). 42 The Skull | THE OCCIPITAL BONE FIGURE 1-123 Persistent mendosal sutures in a 17-year-old boy.