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bossing

[′bȯs·iŋ]
(naval architecture)
A faired structural extension of the hull covering the propeller shaft where it emerges from the main hull and housing the main shaft bearing.
The hub of a screw propeller. Also known as boss.

bossing

The shaping of soft sheet metal, such as lead, so that it will conform to the surface to which it is applied; also called dressing.
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The patient was diagnosed as having Gorlin-Goltz syndrome with numerous BCC, falx cerebri calcifications, maxillar and mandibular keratoodontegenic cysts, frontal bossing, highly arched palate, broad nasal bridge, hypertelorism, and a history of medulloblastoma.
Small maxillary sinuses are also due to bone marrow expansion, classical Chipmunk face with depressed cranial vault, maxillary expansion, frontal bossing, retracted upper lip and saddle nose, yellowish tinge at the junction of hard and soft palate, yellow tinged finger nails and spaces with widened trabeculae.
frontal bossing, depressed nasal bridge, short nose because of hypoplasia of nasal bones, and shortened upper and lower extremities are clearly shown in these representations.
The ultrasound also reported anterior narrowing of the skull, short ribs, narrow thorax, increased nuchal translucency, frontal bossing, short fetal limbs and protuberant abdomen.
Case Report: The patient had high forehead, frontal bossing, macrocephaly, apparent hypertelorism, down-slanting palpebral fissures and a broad nasal root.
Facial features were frontal bossing, saddle shaped nose, thick everted lips and low set large ears.
If they survive, children with neonatal hyperthyroidism may demonstrate growth retardation, advanced bone age, premature craniosynostosis, exophthalmos, brachydactyly, and frontal bossing.
Clinical examination revealed that patient is short statured (fig1) and presented with brachycephalic skull, frontal bossing, depressed frontal and parietal bones, hypo plastic maxilla, zygoma & clavicles.
It is very obvious at introduction that Mercy has marked frontal bossing, sunset eyes, and cannot lift her head.
Examples of minor malformations include the absence of a hair whorl, extra nipples, frontal bossing, iris freckles, tapered fingers, and a cleft uvula.
She had frontal bossing, telecanthus, slightly depressed nasal bridge and prominent nasal tip.
Baby had a coarse and edematous facies with frontal bossing, mid facial hypoplasia, hypertelorism with prominent eyes, depressed nasal bridge, low set ears and high arched palate.