Sagittal clefting of the body and other vertebral developmental errors in Canadian Inuit skeletons.

Abstract

The objective of this study was to determine the expression, distribution in the column, and overall frequency of sagittal clefting of the vertebral body in the skeletons of two Canadian Inuit groups. One group, referred to as Thule-Historic, lived along the coast northwest of Hudson Bay, while the other, known as the Sadlermiut, were limited to Southampton… (More)

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@article{Merbs2004SagittalCO, title={Sagittal clefting of the body and other vertebral developmental errors in Canadian Inuit skeletons.}, author={Charles F Merbs}, journal={American journal of physical anthropology}, year={2004}, volume={123 3}, pages={236-49} }