Real human disarticulated juvenile skull medical example
This is an interesting item. This is a disarticulated real human medical skull. All the bones of the skull have been separated to show the individual structures.
The skull is unfortunately incomplete. It has the frontal bone, two parietal bones, the occipital, two temporal, two maxilla, the sphenoid and the ethmoid and vomer, two zygomatics, one palatine and one inferior nasal concha all of which are in excellent condition.
Looking at the dentition of the maxillae, this example appears to be from a child of around 10 years of age. There are teeth visible within the maxillae which had not emerged.
This is an unusual item with a great colour and an interesting example of these medical specimens.