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Shows a Subperiosteal abscess’ location and spread pattern. Subperiosteal abscesses are a complication of mastoiditis. Subperiosteal abscesses originate on the lateral surface of the mastoid process and progress over and in the temporalis muscle posterior to the auricle. Mastoiditis is a pathology more common in children than adults which is why the abscesses have been depicted on the plastic model of a 14-month year old skull.