Anthropometric facial analysis of the African American woman.

@article{Porter2001AnthropometricFA,
  title={Anthropometric facial analysis of the African American woman.},
  author={Jennifer Parker Porter and Krista L. Olson},
  journal={Archives of facial plastic surgery},
  year={2001},
  volume={3 3},
  pages={
          191-7
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To assess the differences in facial proportions between African American and Caucasian women. Differences within the African American population are sought. DESIGN Anthropometric survey. PARTICIPANTS Volunteer sample of African American women (N = 108), aged 18 through 30 years, with African American parents and no previous facial surgery or trauma. INTERVENTION Photographs and 16 standard anthropometric measurements were taken in concordance with the 9 neoclassical canons… 

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