cranial cavity

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Noun1.cranial cavity - the cavity enclosed by the cranium
bodily cavity, cavum, cavity - (anatomy) a natural hollow or sinus within the body
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On average, males had larger absolute volumes than females in the intracranial space (12%; >14,000 brains), total brain (11%; 2,523 brains), cerebrum (10%; 1,851 brains), grey matter (9%; 7,934 brains), white matter (13%; 7,515 brains), regions filled with cerebrospinal fluid (11.
On average, males had larger absolute volumes than females in the intracranial space (12 percent), total brain (11 percent), cerebrum (10 percent), grey matter (9 percent), white matter (13 percent), regions filled with cerebrospinal fluid (11.
The first five address conditions of the thorax, mediastinum, heart, and great vessels; the abdomen and gastrointestinal tract; the urogenital tract; skull, intracranial space, and vertebral column; and the skeleton and soft tissues.
Next, the fistulous connection between the air in the extracranial cavity and the intracranial space must be identified.