Internal Occipital

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Cruciform Eminence
... The internal surface of the occipital bone is deeply concave and divided into four fossæ by a cruciform eminence ( or cruciate eminence) ... The superior two fossae are triangular and lodge the occipital lobes of the cerebrum ... At the point of intersection between all four fossae is the internal occipital protuberance ...

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