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- former term for frontal bone
- ‘It was 5ft 8ins tall and had one eye socket in the coronal bone above the nasal cavity.’
- ‘An extreme short squama and orbital part of the frontal bone together with the posterior convexity of the coronal bone condensation line suggest that growth inhibition in the sphenofrontal and coronal suture area has its onset very early in fetal life.’
- ‘A trend for more coronal bone loss around the anodic oxidized group was detected.’
- ‘Countersinking of the coronal bone is not necessary, and should be avoided.’
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