B P Tamankar

Government Medical College, Surat, Surat, Gujarāt, India

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Publications (2)3.49 Total impact

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    G P Pal · B P Tamankar · R V Routal · S S Bhagwat ·
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    ABSTRACT: The membranous part of the squamous occipital bone, above the highest nuchal line, develops from two pairs of centres and an occasional third pair, pre-interparietal, which may develop anterior to the interparietal centres. Previously it was considered that the pre-interparietal bone is found at the lambda, anterior to the interparietal, which is also a common site for the formation of sutural bones. In this study, on the basis of anomalies observed in a large series of skulls, sutural bones at the lambda are differentiated from the bone developed from the pre-interparietal centres. A separate pre-interparietal bone is identified by its shape and position. It is present behind the lambda within the territory of the membranous occipital bone.
    Journal of Anatomy 04/1984; 138 ( Pt 2)(2):259-66. · 2.10 Impact Factor
  • G P Pal · B P Tamankar ·
    The Indian Journal of Medical Research 12/1983; 78:694-701. · 1.40 Impact Factor

Publication Stats

20 Citations
3.49 Total Impact Points


  • 1984
    • Government Medical College, Surat
      Surat, Gujarāt, India