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Figure 7: Axial views of computed tomographic images of three patients with chronic subdural hematoma, who had a larger right occipital angle (a), symmetric bilateral occipital angle (b), and larger left occipital angle (c), were used to investigate cranial symmetry. The red line, also known as the midline, forms automatically upon denoting the nasion and the inion

Figure 7: Axial views of computed tomographic images of three patients with chronic subdural hematoma, who had a larger right occipital angle (a), symmetric bilateral occipital angle (b), and larger left occipital angle (c), were used to investigate cranial symmetry. The red line, also known as the midline, forms automatically upon denoting the nasion and the inion