coronal suture


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coronal suture

[kə′rō·nəl ′sü·chər]
(anatomy)
The union of the frontal with the parietal bones transversely across the vertex of the skull.
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Its proper treatment is operation within first year of Birth10 to stop early fusion of the coronal suture otherwise they get increased intracranial pressure.
Overall coronal suture closes earlier followed by sagittal and lambdoid suture endocranially.
Specimen from Thailand (Paratype) tan yellowish in general color, with median depression on each side of coronal suture grayish yellow.
5 cm lateral to sagittal suture and along the coronal sutures and lambdoid suture were achieved.
6) Finally, a slightly depressed transverse sulcus crossed the upper part of the right parietal bone, parallel to the coronal suture, measuring about 5 mm (Figure 7).
Sagittal synostosis: Its genetics and associated clinical findings in 214 patients who lacked involvement of the coronal suture.
Head lengths were measured dorsally from the posterior margin of the head capsule along the coronal suture to the anterior margin of the frontoclypeus, excluding the frontoclypeal sensilla.
Measurements were obtained from dismembered specimens with head lengths taken dorsally from the posterior margin to the anterior margin of the fron-toclypeus along the coronal suture, excluding frontoclypeal sensilla.
The lambdoid suture between the parietal and occipital squamous bones was invaginated more in the middle towards the parietal bone and the coronal suture was straight.
Crown width between eyes, at base, about three times its median length; U-shaped dark brown spot reaching inner margins of eyes; coronal suture not reaching anterior margin of crown.
Measurements were obtained from dismembered specimens with head lengths taken dorsally from the posterior margin along the coronal suture to the anterior margin of the frontoclypeus, excluding the posterodorsal notch and frontoclypeal sensilla.