craniography


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craniography

the science of skull description. — craniographer, n.craniographic, craniographical, adj.
See also: Bones
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Tomography is superior to craniography and MR in determining calcified areas, however, it is believed that magnetic resonance is a valuable imaging method in definitive diagnostics.
Carrying out of emergency reanimation actions was accompanied by diagnostic researches: craniography in two dimensions, roentgenography of locomotorium damages, and ultrasonic examination of abdominal organs.