Definition of Diploe. Meaning of Diploe. Synonyms of Diploe

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Definition of Diploe

Diploe
Diploe Dip"lo*["e], n. [NL., fr. Gr. ? fold, fr. ? twofold, double.] (Anat.) The soft, spongy, or cancellated substance between the plates of the skull.

Meaning of Diploe from wikipedia

- Diploë (/ˈdɪploʊi/ or DIP-lo-ee) is the spongy cancellous bone separating the inner and outer layers of the cortical bone of the skull. In the cranial...
- separated by diploë. The diploë is cancellous bone containing red bone marrow during life, through which run canals formed by diploic veins. The diploë in a dried...
- between which is the cancellous bone tissue known in the cranial bones as diploë. The bone is especially thick at the ridges, protuberances, condyles, and...
- temporal artery. This artery supplies the levator palpebrae superioris, the diploë of the frontal bone, the frontal sinus, the upper eyelid, and the skin of...
- vitreous (gl****-like) table. The intervening cancellous tissue is called the diploë, and this, in the nasal region of the skull, becomes absorbed so as to leave...
- diploic veins are large, thin-walled valveless veins that channel in the diploë between the inner and outer layers of the cortical bone in the skull. They...
- Astrup, Jacob G.; Sejrsen, Birgitte (2005). "Thickness of the human cranial diploe in relation to age, **** and general body build". Head & Face Medicine. 1:...
- inferior cerebral and inferior cerebellar veins, and some veins from the diploë. The petrosquamous sinus, when present, runs backward along the junction...
- superior sagittal sinus receives the superior cerebral veins, veins from the diploë and dura mater, and, near the posterior extremity of the sagittal suture...
- cow's milk. It is characterized by a tower-shaped skull, dilatation of the diploe, and no signs of thal****aemia, sickle cell or other haemolytic anaemia....