Estimation of stature from long bones of American Whites and Negroes.
A re-evaluation of estimation of stature based on measurements of stature taken during life and of long bones after death.
The effect of ageing on stature.
Variations of the sacral canal; their significance in the administration of caudal analgesia.
- M. Trotter
- MedicineCurrent Researches in Anesthesia & Analgesia
- 1 April 1948
Hiatus canalis sacralis in American whites and Negroes.
Variations of the Female Sacrum: their Significance in Continuous Caudal Anesthesia
Caudal Analgesia: An Experimental and Anatomical Study
Densites of bones of white and Negro skeletons.
The skeletons were derived equally from American whites and Negroes of both sexes, each group wEach group had a different number of vertebrae and ribs.
The level of termination of the popliteal artery in the White and the Negro
- M. Trotter
- 1 June 1940
Sequential changes in weight, density, and percentage ash weight of human skeletons from an early fetal period through old age
The weight, density and percentage ash weight of the dry, fat‐free osseous human skeleton have been examined from 16 weeks of gestation to 100 years of age. Data were drawn from 426 skeletons of…