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The point or area of the skull where the sagittal and coronal sutures joining the parietal and frontal bones come together.
- ‘The electrode was directed to the dorsal hippocampus, 1.7 mm posterior to the bregma.’
- ‘A large groove may occur extending from the bregma to the lesser wing of the sphenoid.’
- ‘The ‘bregma’, where the three bones meet, is in effect the highest part of the skull.’
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