By Simon Morley, Nigel Raby, Laurence Berman, Gerald de Lacey
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The metopic suture (p. 38). The most common accessory suture persisting in some adults. ■■ Vascular impressions. Specifically: ❏❏ the sites of the most common vessel grooves/markings; ❏❏ the radiographic features (p. 52) that help to distinguish between a fracture and a vessel marking. ■■ The normal sphenoid sinus. ❏❏ In young children it is not pneumatised. ❏❏ In adults it contains air. The variable pneumatisation causes the radiographic appearance to differ widely between individuals. Variable appearance of the normal sphenoid sinus.
Towne’s view. The precise SXR views to be obtained will be specified by the local protocol for NAI assessment in infants and toddlers3. Abbreviations: the sutures C, coronal; In, innominate; L, lambdoid; M, mendosal; Met, metopic; O, occipitomastoid; P1 and P2, accessory parietal; Sa, sagittal; Sq, squamosal. NAI, non-accidental injury. Paediatric skull—suspected NAI Normal anatomy Infants and toddlers—normal accessory sutures Evaluating the SXR in an infant or toddler presents unique problems.
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Accident and Emergency Radiology: A Survival Guide (3rd Edition) by Simon Morley, Nigel Raby, Laurence Berman, Gerald de Lacey