Quantitative anatomy of the primary ossification center in the fetal pubis bone.

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Skeletodysplasiae and hereditary dysostoses constitute a group of over 350 disorders of the skeletal system. Knowledge about development of the pubic primary ossification center may be useful in both determining the fetal stage and maturity, and for detecting congenital disorders. The present study was performed to quantitatively examine the pubic primary ossification center with respect to its linear, planar, and volumetric parameters.


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Name: Surgical and radiologic anatomy : SRA
ISSN: 1279-8517


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