Correspondence between enamel hypoplasia and odontometric bilateral asymmetry in Australian twins.

Abstract

Four aspects of enamel hypoplasia of the maxillary central incisor and mandibular canine (hypoplasia presence, width, cumulative width, and crown position) were correlated with directional and fluctuating measures of bilateral odontometric asymmetry in a large panel (n = 950) of South Australian twins. Hypoplasia and asymmetry are thought to reflect general… (More)

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@article{Corruccini2005CorrespondenceBE, title={Correspondence between enamel hypoplasia and odontometric bilateral asymmetry in Australian twins.}, author={Robert Spencer T Corruccini and G C Townsend and Wendy Schwerdt}, journal={American journal of physical anthropology}, year={2005}, volume={126 2}, pages={177-82} }