A microarchitectural assessment of the gluteal tuberosity suggests two possible patterns in entheseal changes.

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Summary of "A microarchitectural assessment of the gluteal tuberosity suggests two possible patterns in entheseal changes."

Macroscopic entheseal forms show two main features: predominant signs of bony formation or resorption. To understand the development of these forms, we investigated microarchitectural differences between the macroscopic proliferative and resorptive forms of the gluteus maximus enthesis.


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Name: American journal of physical anthropology
ISSN: 1096-8644


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