intracranial

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intracranial

[¦in·trə′krā·nē·əl]
(anatomy)
Within the cranium.
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Endocranial sutures were simply divided in sections of equal length.
60) Gunz, "A Uniquely Modern Human Pattern of Endocranial Development: Insights from a New Cranial Reconstruction of the Neandertal Newborn from Mezmaiskaya.
Equimolar doses of mannitol and hypertonic saline in the management of endocranial hypertension.
habilis (mean endocranial volume 630 cc), and continued with the emergence 1.
The discoverers of the new species note that it was a particularly small hominid, with an adult stature of approximately one meter and an endocranial volume of about 380 [cm.
The Taung skull consists of an endocranial mold, the forehead, the face and the jaw, still with the milk teeth.
b) endocranial volume, (c) head measurements, and (d) head measurements corrected for body size, and found in [cm.
The endocranial capacity of the specimen, which provides an estimate of brain size, is fairly small, Conroy says, and confirms a previous calculation based on indirect comparisons with another A.
The third one is the pathologic response to the head compression, the occipital bone necrosis and the endocranial inflammation, probably causing death.