Sponges had high importance scores in the microcephalic
In the twenty-second edition of the dictionary (RAE, 2001) there are two definitions for microcephalic
, which summarize the definitions given in previous editions.
Taybi-Linder syndrome or microcephalic
osteodysplastic primordial dwarfism types 1 and 3 (MOPD); exhibit a phenotypic pattern characterized by intrauterine and postnatal growth retardation, microcephaly, dysmorphic facies, skeletal dysplasia, low birth weight, and brain abnormalities.
erectus but do fall within the range for microcephalic
humans, so Holloway concludes that the fossil could have suffered from microcephaly and is not necessarily a separate species.
Now 25" tall and 14lbs in weight, Finn was born with an incredibly rare condition called microcephalic
osteodysplastic primordial dwarfism type 2 (MOPD II).
Wednesday Extraordinary People: Britain's Tiniest Toddlers, five, 9pm This programme charts the lives of three children who have microcephalic
osteodysplastic primordial dwarfism, an incredibly rare condition that means they are half the size of other children their age.
For instance, Cowan exhorted the audience to "contemplate the possibility of political discourse not pushed through [the] microcephalic
filter of some ill-educated but firm-jawed stage prop of a newsreader.
William Henry Johnson, a microcephalic
black man under five feet tall, was promoted by Barnum's American Museum in 1860 as a scientific curiosity:
State University, said: "We have answered the people who contend the Hobbit is microcephalic
Take, for example, his fascinating account of the 1853 exhibition of two microcephalic
"Aztec" children, Maximo and Bartola.
And it is surely not realistic that, with the developmental skills of a 6- to 12-month-old, this microcephalic
child has forced her father to reexamine and change the legacy that has weighed so heavily upon him.
The size of each mastoid also depends upon the final size of the skull in an individual; as for instance an acromegalic skull has a thick, large expansive mastoid, and a microcephalic
, a small underdeveloped mastoid (Graham & Brackmen).