Frontal Bone is Thicker in Women and Frontal Sinus is Larger in Men: A Morphometric Analysis

  title={Frontal Bone is Thicker in Women and Frontal Sinus is Larger in Men: A Morphometric Analysis},
  author={Murat Şakir Ekşi and Mustafa G{\"u}d{\"u}k and Murat Imre Usseli},
  journal={Journal of Craniofacial Surgery},
  pages={1683 - 1684}
Supplemental Digital Content is available in the text Abstract Cranial bone thickness and frontal sinus size are important parameters to be known before cranial procedures. Deep-learning systems have become popular for making bulk analyses to diagnose diseases/disorders and plan treatment algorithms in diverse fields of medicine. Deep-learning systems would be valuable assets also for cranial procedures. Deep-learning systems need normative values and variances of the population on which they… 
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