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IJHSR. 2014; 4(10): 258-260


Study of Different Methods of Disarticulating a Human Skull.

Shishirkumar, Girish V. Patil, Apoorva D, Thejeswari, Javed Sharif, C. Sheshgiri, Sushanth N.K.

Abstract
Study of individual bones of the human skull is one of the most fascinating topics in the medicine field. The human skull contains a plethora of bones and each bone contains a plethora of parts which are assigned with specific functions. The bone size ranges from the large frontal, parietals and occipital to minute vomer and nasal bones. Some bones are fragile like ethmoids and some bones are rock solid like petrous part of temporal bones. As a medicine student it is important to know each and every part of the individual bones in order to know the functions and also to understand the spatial orientation of all these bones. This study was done in the Department of Anatomy, DM-WIMS, Meppadi, Kerala using 5 skulls. Green gram was the most effective substance to disarticulate the skull. The Bengal gram was the quickest way to disarticulate the skull.

Key words: Bengal gram, Green gram, Petrous, Skull, Vomer.



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