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Mapping the cranial vault

More on vault thickness. As we commented in the previous post, the cranial vault can be divided in three layers: external table, diploe and internal table. 245 more words

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Bone thickness and brain growth

Cranial vault consists of two cortical tables (inner and outer) sandwiching a layer of trabecular bone (diploe). Cranial vault thickness (CVT) is the distance between endocranial and ectocranial surfaces of vault bones. 287 more words

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Computed Tomography Identifies Patients at High Risk for Stroke After Transient Ischemic Attack/Nondisabling Stroke

Source: Stroke

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Date of publication: 4th December 2014

Publication type: Journal Article

In a nutshell: Ischemia on computed tomography (CT) is associated with subsequent stroke after transient ischemic attack. 144 more words

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Results of the toe-tally easy lab activity

Alternate title: Dorsal canting in primate PPP4s

Earlier this year I suggested a classroom activity in which students can scrutinize the evidence used to argue that the >5 million year old (mya)  586 more words

Ardipithecus Ramidus

Student Corner: How to Read a Head CT

Head imaging is both a crucial tool in acute medical care, particularly in the setting of trauma, and a very daunting aspect of learning radiology for students. 1,376 more words

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