Main Principles in Disturbed Development of the Skull

@article{Schmidt1966MainPI,
  title={Main Principles in Disturbed Development of the Skull},
  author={Horst Dietmar Schmidt},
  journal={Acta Radiologica},
  year={1966},
  volume={5},
  pages={68 - 72}
}
Connections between the base and the vault of the skull in disturbed development have been known since the time of VIRCHOW (1857). This author stated that there is 'no deformity of the vault without deformity of the base'. Later investigations, independent of VIRCHOW'S observations, and made by anatomists, have made these connections more evident. During embryonal development the ossification of the skull begins early in the third month. The first centers appear in the base. The vault is… CONTINUE READING

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