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Auteur (up) Bonneau, N.; Bouhallier, J.; Simonis, C.; Baylac, M.; Gagey, O.; Tardieu, C. openurl 
  Titre Technical note: Shape variability induced by reassembly of human pelvic bones Type Article scientifique
  Année 2012 Publication American Journal Of Physical Anthropology Revue Abrégée  
  Volume 148 Numéro 1 Pages 139-147  
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  Résumé In traditional as well as in geometric morphometric studies, the shape of the pelvis is often quantified after the reassembly of the two hip bones and the sacrum. However, on dry bones, the morphology of the cartilaginous tissues that form the two sacroiliac joints and the pubic symphysis before death remains unknown, leading to potential inaccuracies and errors during the reassembly process. A protocol was established to investigate the effects of reassembly on the quantification of pelvis shape. The shape of fresh pelves obtained after dissection, in which the three bones are in an anatomically relevant position, was compared with the shape of different reassemblies based on the individual dry bones of the same individuals. Our results demonstrated a significant effect of the reassembly. Variation in the reassembly process is likely related, first, to the complete absence of cartilaginous tissues on dry bones and, second, to the morphology of the sacroiliac joint which, in vivo, allows physiological movements, resulting in different potential positions of the two sacroiliac surfaces relative to one another. However, the artificial variation introduced by the reassembly process appears small compared with the biological variation between the different individuals. Am J Phys Anthropol, 2012. (C) 2012 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.  
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