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A Study of Metopic Suture in Adult North Indian Skulls

Gupta Rakesh*, Usman Nema**, Zaidi S.H.H***.

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Background:- Studies of non metric cranial variants have been a field of considerable interest to research workers especially because of their racial and regional importance. Material and Methods:- Total of 40 north Indian skulls of U.P. were studied for the incidence of metopism, a cranial variant in the present study. Results:- Metopism was found in 2(5%) of total of human skulls. Conclusion:-The presence of Metopic suture found to be of considerable regional and racial significance and it simulates fracture of frontal bone, therefore its presence should be properly ruled out in X-rays.

Key words: Metopism ,metopic suture, cranial Variant


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Rakesh* G, Nema** U, S.H.H*** Z. A Study of Metopic Suture in Adult North Indian Skulls. NJIRM. 2012; 3(1): 82-74.



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Rakesh* G, Nema** U, S.H.H*** Z. A Study of Metopic Suture in Adult North Indian Skulls. NJIRM. 2012; 3(1): 82-74.



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Rakesh* G, Nema** U, S.H.H*** Z. A Study of Metopic Suture in Adult North Indian Skulls. NJIRM. (2012), [cited July 23, 2014]; 3(1): 82-74.



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Rakesh*, G., Nema**, U. & S.H.H***, Z. (2012) A Study of Metopic Suture in Adult North Indian Skulls. NJIRM, 3 (1), 82-74.



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Rakesh*, Gupta, Usman Nema**, and Zaidi S.H.H***. 2012. A Study of Metopic Suture in Adult North Indian Skulls. National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine, 3 (1), 82-74.



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Rakesh*, Gupta, Usman Nema**, and Zaidi S.H.H***. "A Study of Metopic Suture in Adult North Indian Skulls." National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine 3 (2012), 82-74.



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Rakesh*, Gupta, Usman Nema**, and Zaidi S.H.H***. "A Study of Metopic Suture in Adult North Indian Skulls." National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine 3.1 (2012), 82-74. Print.



APA (American Psychological Association) Style

Rakesh*, G., Nema**, U. & S.H.H***, Z. (2012) A Study of Metopic Suture in Adult North Indian Skulls. National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine, 3 (1), 82-74.




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