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Failure of Bony Elements of Stylohyoid Chain to Ossify 207 B. Failure of Reichert's Cartilage to Differentiate 207 Summary Outline: Branchial Arch II Field Defects 208 5. Developmental Field Defects of the Sternum 210 A. Failure to Differentiate 211 1. Manubrio-Mesosternal Joint Fusion 211 2. Misplaced Manubrio-Mesosternal Joint 212 3. Xiphisternal Joint Fusion 213 B. Developmental Delay 215 1. Cranial Fusion Delay Defects 215 a. Suprasternal ossicles 215 b. Delayed cranial cohesion of sternal bands 215 2.
Branchial Arch I Ectodermal Groove Field Defects 197 Developmental Delay of the External Auditory Meatus 197 Summary Outline: Branchial Arch I Ectodermal Groove Field Defects 201 Part VI. Branchial Arch I Closing Membrane Field Defects 202 A. Developmental Defects of the Tympanic Plate: Tympanic Aperture/Cleft 202 B. Developmental Excess of the Styloid Sheath 204 Summary Outline: Branchial Arch I Closing Membrane Field Defects 205 Part VII. Branchial Arch II Field Defects 205 A. Failure of Bony Elements of Stylohyoid Chain to Ossify 207 B.
Cranial-Caudal Border Shifting 79 1. Occipitocervical Border 81 a. Cranial shift 82 b. Caudal shift 88 c. Basilar impression 92 2. Cervicothoracic Border 99 a. Cranial shift 100 b. Caudal shift 102 3. Thoracolumbar Border 104 a. Cranial shift 104 b. Caudal shift 105 4. Lumbosacral Border 108 a. Cranial shift 108 b. Caudal shift 110 5. Sacrocaudal Border 114 a. Cranial shift 114 b. Caudal shift 114 6. Patterns of Border Shifting 116 C. Developmental Delay of Vertebral Elements 117 1. Hypoplasia-Aplasia of the Neural Arch Complex 117 a.
Developmental defects of the axial skeleton in paleopathology by Ethne Barnes