PA and LL projections, sometimes supplemented with oblique projections.
2. Wormian bones; mandibular hypoplasia (Grant syndrome)
3. Wormian bones; open anterior fontanel; small, translucent teeth with multiple caries (cortical defects, wormian bones, and dentinogenesis imperfecta)
6. Poorly ossified, brachycephalic skull; open sutures; multiple wormian bones; midfacial hypoplasia;
7. Multiple wormian bones; calvarial thinning; open fontanels and sutures; mandibular hypoplasia; dental crowding (mandibuloacral dysplasia)
8. Multiple wormian bones; basal sclerosis; wide sutures and fontanels; hypoplastic facial bones and sinuses; obtuse mandibular angle (pyknodysosto-sis)
9. Multiple wormian bones; wide cranial sutures and fontanels; severe midface retraction; sclerosis of skull base (Schinzel-Giedion midface retraction syndrome)
10. Brachycephaly; calvarial thinning; sclerosis of skull base; depressions over frontoparietal and occipitoparietal sutures; wormian bones; calcification of falx cerebri; mandibular hypoplasia (craniofacial dysostosis with diaphyseal hyperplasia, Stanescu type)
12. Multiple wormian bones; widely open fontanels and sutures; underossified skull (cleidocranial dysplasia)
13. Large head with prominent forehead and parietal bulging; basal sclerosis; multiple wormian bones (craniometadiaphyseal dysplasia, wormian bone type)
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