noun, plural per·i·cra·ni·a [per-i-krey-nee-uh] /ˌpɛr ɪˈkreɪ ni ə/. Anatomy.
Origin of pericranium
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Historical Examples of pericranium
The elevator by which the pericranium was separated is called by Paul .Surgical Instruments in Greek and Roman Times
John Stewart Milne
The conjecturers, the combination, and the declaration of war, exist no where but in the Doctor's pericranium.
The latter sometimes extend to the pericranium, and in case of recovery leave permanent cicatrices.
The pericranium adhered loosely to the scull; the bones of the cranium were unusually thin.
Upon dividing the integuments of the head, the pericranium was found scarcely to adhere to the scull.