Human head and neck Basilar part of occipital bone

Have observed assimilation of atlas in 2 Indian skullsHave observed assimilation of atlas in 2 Indian skulls
Total or partial assimilation of the atlas may be noted with the latter being the most common. [2] Ranade et al. (2007) [3] have examined 98 Indian human skulls for assimilation of atlas and noted two cases showing various degree of assimilation. Basilar part of occipital bone
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Cranial base. Frontal boneCranial base. Frontal bone
Basilar part of occipital bone
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The frontal bone is: +an unpaired pneumatic bone of the neurocraniumThe frontal bone is: +an unpaired pneumatic bone of the neurocranium
Basilar part of occipital bone
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The head and neck form the upper part of the body which consists from the cranium, face, and the neckThe head and neck form the upper part of the body which consists from the cranium, face, and the neck
The bones of head and neck consist from the bone of skull, hyoid bone and cervical vertebra, the skull can be divided into cranial and facial. Basilar part of occipital bone
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