The prenatal human cranium : normal and pathologic development

@inproceedings{Kjr1999ThePH,
  title={The prenatal human cranium : normal and pathologic development},
  author={Inger Kj{\ae}r and Jean W. Keeling and Birgit Fischer Hansen},
  year={1999}
}
This work deals with the development of the human cranium before birth. It is divided into two parts, one focusing on normal development and the other on pathologic development. In a systematic, atlas-like section on normal development, an account is given of where, when and how bone development takes place both within the individual bones and as regards the developmental sequence among the bones. Details are also given of brain development and the development of the last eight years has shown… CONTINUE READING

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