An anthropometric study of the ear in an adult population
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- Ruiz, A. Int. J. Anthropol. (1986) 1: 135. doi:10.1007/BF02447350
A sample of 539 individuals, 188 males and 351 females from 35 to 93 years, from a rural area, were studied in order to show ear variability according to age and sex.
The characters analyzed were: maximum length and breadth, lobe type, and their possible asymmetries. The individuals were also searched for Darwin’s tubercle.
Key wordsear asymmetries Spain
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