Studies of nonmetric cranial variants have been a field of major interest to all the research workers, especially, because of their racial and regional importance. Twenty eight North Indian skulls of patients from Uttar Pradesh were studied for the precondylar tubercle, a cranial variant in the present study. The findings are documented, discussed, and compared with other studies from different parts of the world and are found to be of considerable regional and racial significance.
Keywords: Anthropologicalcharacters, Cranial variant, Precondylar tubercle, Races.
How to cite this article: Zaidi SHH. A Study of Precondylar Tubercle in North Indian Crania. Int J Adv Integ Med Sci 2016;1(3):167-168.
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