superciliary arch

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Noun1.superciliary arch - a ridge on the frontal bone above the eye socketsuperciliary arch - a ridge on the frontal bone above the eye socket
ridge - any long raised border or margin of a bone or tooth or membrane
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Only five traits could be attributed with a probability of 70-80 percent and were regarded as sufficiently reliable: the glabella, arcus superciliaris, processus mastoideus, crista supramastoidea, and mandibula (overall impression).
* Arcus superciliaris: Visual and palpable assessment of prominence: very weak (1), slightly marked (2), average prominence (3), rather prominent (4), and very prominent (5).
These features include the arcus superciliaris, crista supramastoidea, glabella, and the overall impression of mandibles and processus mastoideus.