Bilateral caroticoclinoid and absent mental foramen: rare variations of cranial base and lower jaw

Tabinda Hasan
The human skull is a complex structure, which at birth is made up of 44 separate bony elements. Gross skull morphology and variations occurring in its important foramina (anomalous presence, absence, agenesis or multiplication) represent an interesting field of research, in order to achieve better comprehension of the embryological development of cranio-facial skeleton and the fate of its neuro-vascular content. Such anomalies may be asymptomatic in some cases while in others, they may carry important...
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