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On the inclination of the spinous processes of the cervical column


Bulletin de l'Association des Anatomistes 59(166): 601-609
On the inclination of the spinous processes of the cervical column
The inclination of the spinous processes of human cervical vertebrae was measured on a series of 117 columns. Analysis of the biometrical data demonstrates a typology, probably correlated to the morphology of the skull. Some accepted interpretations related to posture in human paleontology are opened for discussion.


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