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Auteur (up) Tardieu, C.; Preuschoft, H. openurl 
  Titre Ontogeny of the knee joint in humans, great apes and fossil hominids: Pelvi-femoral relationships during postnatal growth in humans Type Article scientifique
  Année 1996 Publication Folia Primatologica Revue Abrégée  
  Volume 66 Numéro 1-4 Pages 68-81  
  Résumé Results of a study of the femoral bicondylar angle in adult and juvenile humans and great apes are presented, These results raise the question of whether or not the measurement reference of this angle is valid. This is because humans and great apes have a very different growth process of the distal epiphyseal suture of the femur during the period between birth and adulthood, The approximately 3 million years old juvenile femoral diaphyses attributed to Australopithecus afarensis (AL 333-110 and AL 333-111) were also studied, These specimens show an insertion of the diaphysis into the epiphysis of the simplified type typical of modern humans, This region is more convoluted in nonhuman anthropoids. Pelvifemoral interrelations are investigated through both longitudinal and cross-sectional radiographic studies of 23 human children, Growth changes in bicondylar and collo-diaphyseal angles, total femoral and femoral neck lengths, and interacetabular distance are correlated with age and to each other. These results are used to demonstrate the distinctive features of the Australo-pithecus afarensis fossil, AL 288-1.  
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  ISSN 0015-5713 ISBN Médium  
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