By Theodore E. Keats MD, Mark W. Anderson MD
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Right, Child with no history of trauma. (Ref: Franken EA Jr: The midline occipital fissure: Diagnosis of fracture versus anatomic variant. ) 44 The Skull | THE OCCIPITAL BONE FIGURE 1-127 Two examples of asymmetric prominence of one occipitomastoid suture suggesting fracture. FIGURE 1-128 Sutural bone in the occipitomastoid suture. FIGURE 1-129 Defects in the lambdoid suture, presumably representing persistent mastoid fontanels. The patient did not have neurofibromatosis. FIGURE 1-130 A portion of the sagittal suture seen through the occipital bone, simulating a fracture.
FIGURE 1-70 Calcification in the dentate nucleus of the cerebellum. This form of calcification is not necessarily of clinical significance and may be physiologic. FIGURE 1-71 Idiopathic calcification of the basal ganglia may be familial and unassociated with other disease. 26 The Skull | THE FRONTAL BONE THE FRONTAL BONE FIGURE 1-72 Persistent metopic suture showing unusual serrations. The straight line is in the inner table, the serrated in the outer. FIGURE 1-73 Cranium bifidum occultum in a 9-month-old girl.
FIGURE 1-87 Asymmetric unilateral hyperostosis frontalis interna in a 28-year-old woman. A B FIGURE 1-88 A, B. Early asymmetric hyperostosis frontalis interna in a 35-year-old man. This entity is much less common in males. 32 The Skull | THE FRONTAL BONE FIGURE 1-89 Hyperostosis frontalis interna with a simulated doughnut lesion. FIGURE 1-90 Localized frontal calvarial osteoporotic thinning in an 84-year-old woman. The Skull | THE PARIETAL BONE 33 THE PARIETAL BONE FIGURE 1-91 Plain films of two neonates showing parietal fissures caused by persistent strips of membranous bone matrix.