Author(s): Ross MD, Lee KA, Castle WM
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Abstract The skull thickness in Black and White adults of both sexes was studied in Rhodesia by two methods. White women have the thickest, and White men the thinnest skulls. The skulls of women are thicker than those of men in both ethnic groups. The differences are shown to be statistically significant.
This article was published in S Afr Med J
and referenced in Anatomy & Physiology: Current Research