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Twelve shrews were captured and measured at three distinct intervals, each of them displaying the same pattern: a peak head size in summer, a cranial reduction in winter and then regrowth in spring.
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Based on his cranial bones, the volume of J1's brain was about 88 percent that of the average adult Neanderthal's.
Weeks later, following sudden cranial surgery to remove a blood clot and news of an aggressive brain cancer diagnoses, some wondered if that could have been the cause.
She was hospitalized and treated for a cranial hemorrhage, damage on her ear — the tip of which had been bitten off — and tongue, a swollen blood vessel behind her eye and bite marks on her chest, back, arms and face.
Bell’s palsy indicates facial weakness, usually only on one side of the face due to damage or dysfunction of the facial nerve, one of the cranial nerves of the body.
According to Dr. Swartz, that happens when the virus affects one of the cranial nerves, which can also cause a rash on the scalp, forehead, or face.
In addition to standard cranial protection, the IHPS includes a mandible, visor, night vision goggle attachment device, rails and a modular ballistic applique.
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