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.4 As sufficient cooperation of our patient was not possible due to abnormal extremity movements and dementia, MR imaging was not performed.
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.