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- development. pneumatization occurs in the skulls of mammals, crocodilians and birds among extant tetrapods. pneumatization has been do****ented
- throughout. at birth the mastoid is not pneumatized, but becomes aerated over the first year of life. poor pneumatization is ****ociated with eustachian tube
- form as a result of irregular pneumatization of the sinus following loss of maxillary posterior teeth. sinus pneumatization is a poorly understood phenomenon
- vertebrae. pneumatization of the skull (such as paranasal sinuses) is found in both synapsids and archosaurs, but postcranial pneumatization is found only
- dinosaur from the early cretaceous of tunisia with extreme avian-like pneumatization. nature communications 4(2080):1-7 carballido, josé luis; salgado,
- dinosaur from the early cretaceous of tunisia with extreme avian-like pneumatization'. nature communications 4. doi:10.1038/ncomms3080.  edit fanti, f.;
- fossil is extremely well preserved in three dimensions. it preserves a pneumatized furcula, which was a character previously unknown in enantiornithines
- a concha bullosa is a pneumatized (air-filled) cavity within a turbinate in the nose. (concha is another term for turbinate.) bullosa refers to the air-filled