cranial measurements are not distorted by cradling practice or other causes of deformation.
The principal characters are cranial, and the same as those of the genus.
Of course the Professor acquires his information solely through his cranial inspections and manipulations.
At the age of three, the ossification of the cranial vault has been completed.
The cranial bone was upwards of twenty feet in its greatest length, about four in extreme width, and it weighed 1,200 lbs.
An index of cranial development is afforded by the maximum circumference.
The inferior maxillary nerve escapes from the cranial cavity through an opening called foramen o-va´le.
Hydatids of the brain and cranial cavity (Bibliography, No. 20 k).
The injury to the cranial contents varied with the degree of bone injury.
In cranial features and in measurements the animal is like frenata.
cranial cra·ni·al (krā'nē-əl)
Of or relating to the skull or cranium.