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When we arrived, Geneviève Pothier-Bouchard, an anthropologist from the University of Montreal had exposed parts of an infant cranial vault and articulated lines of pierced shell beads.The Beloved Mesolithic Girl - Issue 109: Excavation|Jamie Hodgkins|December 15, 2021|Nautilus
Remains of skulls can help us figure out the likely cranial capacity of extinct species.Our ancestors left Africa both with and without modern brains|John Timmer|April 9, 2021|Ars Technica
RAS standardizes surgical workflows, “democratizing excellence in these procedures and allowing more and more surgeons to do them,” explains David Simon, Medtronic’s vice president of research and development for cranial and spine technology.
Doctors have said Miss Yousafzai is due to be readmitted in the coming weeks for reconstructive cranial surgery.
The cranial capacity was apparently about one thousand, that of man being from thirteen hundred to fourteen hundred.
Yet its cranial capacity is far above that of the highest apes, and is assimilated with that of Hottentot and Polynesian skulls.
The head, though large in proportion to the body, is really very small and of low cranial capacity.
His cranial sutures close, the growth of the brain is arrested, and the development of his mind comes to an end.
The connection, then, between the cranial deformity and some underlying nervous disturbance might be assumed.Essays In Pastoral Medicine|Austin Malley