The parietal bone is broken, and death might ensue in the event of an effusion of blood on the brain.
Pachycephaly (thickness of head) is due to synostosis of the parietal bone with the occipital.
This bone extends anteriorly into the parietal bone from the suture of the interparietal and parietal.
Both pieces are joined to the parietal bone by a squamous suture (Fig. 6).
This organ is situated at the inferior range of the parietal bone.
Behind the wound of exit comminution of the parietal bone, extending back to the lambdoid suture, existed.
The first to describe a case of division of the parietal bone in apes was Johannes Ranke, in 1899.
"Merely a scalp wound with a slight depression of the parietal bone," he said reassuringly.
Originally the suture must have terminated on the posterior border of the parietal bone, not far from the lambda.
Its most usual seat is the tibia, but it is also met with in the femur, ulna, and parietal bone.
parietal bone n.
Either of two irregularly quadrilateral bones between the frontal and occipital bones that together form the sides and top of the skull.