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Fig. 139. Diagram of skull of new-born child

White areas represent bones of intramembranous origin; dotted areas represent bones (not derived from branchial arches) of intracartilaginous origin; black areas represent derivatives of branchial arches.

Combined from McMurrich and Kollmann.


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current12:34, 18 January 2011Thumbnail for version as of 12:34, 18 January 2011961 × 671 (96 KB)S8600021 (talk | contribs)==Fig. 139. Diagram of skull of new-born child== White areas represent bones of intramembranous origin; dotted areas represent bones (not derived from branchial arches) of intracartilaginous origin; black areas represent derivatives of branchial arches.