Ontogenetic changes in cranial vault thickness in a modern sample of Homo sapiens.

@article{Anzelmo2015OntogeneticCI,
  title={Ontogenetic changes in cranial vault thickness in a modern sample of Homo sapiens.},
  author={Marisol Anzelmo and Fernando Ventrice and Jimena Barbeito-Andr{\'e}s and H{\'e}ctor Mario Pucciarelli and Marina L Sardi},
  journal={American journal of human biology : the official journal of the Human Biology Council},
  year={2015},
  volume={27 4},
  pages={475-85}
}
OBJECTIVES This work assesses cranial vault thickness (CVT) ontogenetic changes using a computed tomography database to register thickness across multiple regions. METHODS Vault images of 143 individuals from 0 to 31 years old were analyzed by thickness semiautomatic measurements. For each individual, we obtained a thickness mean measure (TMM) and its coefficient of variation, a measure of endocranial volume (EV), the distribution of relative frequencies of thickness-relative frequency… CONTINUE READING

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