3 Facts About Skeletal Pneumaticity


Skeletal pneumaticity is the presence of air spaces within bones.


It is generally produced during development by excavation of bone by pneumatic diverticula from an air-filled space, such as the lungs or nasal cavity.

In medicine or biology, a diverticulum is an outpouching of a hollow structure in the body.


Pneumatization is highly variable between individuals, and bones not normally pneumatized can become pneumatized in pathological development.

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