I don't think so - scalp refers specifically to the outside of the skull, the skin/hair etc covering the top of the head.il me semble que l'on parle de "scalp", mais à vérifier !
(Wikipedia)Le crâne est composé de deux parties : le neurocrâne (ou boîte cranienne), partie supérieure qui protège le cerveau et les organes sensoriels pairs (...)
1543, from M.L. cranium, from Gk. kranion "skull," related to kara "head." Strictly, the bones which enclose the brain.
Plural craniums or crania
The vertebrate skull, especially the part that encloses and protects the brain.
ho yes, thanks !I don't think so - scalp refers specifically to the outside of the skull, the skin/hair etc covering the top of the head.
Gaminotte - can you give more context or an example of how la boîte crânienne is used in French? That might give me more idea of what would be the best translation...
ho yes, thanks !
I can't see no word translating "scalp" in french
but that's a different thread