Epiphyseal union of the anterior iliac crest and medial clavicle in a modern multiracial sample of American males and females.

@article{Webb1985EpiphysealUO,
  title={Epiphyseal union of the anterior iliac crest and medial clavicle in a modern multiracial sample of American males and females.},
  author={Paul A. Webb and J M Suchey},
  journal={American journal of physical anthropology},
  year={1985},
  volume={68 4},
  pages={457-66}
}
Epiphyseal union of the anterior iliac crest and the medial clavicle is examined in 605 males and 254 females in a sample of modern Americans aged 11-40 years. The sample includes American whites, American blacks, Latin-Americans, and Orientals. This is the first skeletal investigation using a large sample of individuals of known age since the McKern and Stewart study of 1957. Epiphyseal union is analyzed in terms of four stages: 1) nonunion with no epiphyses, 2) nonunion with separate… CONTINUE READING

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