cephalhematocele ceph·al·he·ma·to·cele (sěf’əl-hē’mə-tə-sēl’, -hĭ-māt’ə-) or ceph·a·lo·he·ma·to·cele (sěf’ə-lō-)
A cephalhematoma that communicates with the cerebral sinuses.


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