What are the bumps on back of head?
The bumps on the back of your head, and every persons' head, is part of the skull. The skull is the boney covering of the brain. The skull is made of several bones. This part with the bumps is called the occipital bone. The bumps are called occipital protuberances. They seem to vary in size on various people.
What causes multiple small to medium sized bumps on the very back of the head that do not go away aren't sore to the touch and do not itch?
Place the chipmunk on its back with its head facing away from you. First, you need to locate the anus and genitals; both will appear as small bumps. In males, the genitals (which are located just above the anus) will show as two bumps that are distinctly separated. In females, the two bumps will be touching.
No. According to www.dictionary.com, "Phrenology" is "the study of the shape and protuberances of the skull, based on the now discredited belief that they reveal character and mental capacity". A blow to the head could cause a bump, and a severe blow could cause changes in intelligence and/or personality. However, the shape of the head, with or without bumps, does not reflect intelligence or personality. Bumps on the head give accurate information about the bumps…