ISSN 0975-3583

Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research

    Evaluation of Sex Assessment Using Clavicle Measurements in Indian Population

    Seema Perei
    JCDR. 2023: 707-712


    Many studies have used a variety of skeletal remains for identification, however clavicle sex determination has been reported to have varying degrees of accuracy. clavicles of adult humans in the Indian population to determine their sex.Material and Methods:A total of 106 clavicles (50 men and 56 females) had their length, mid-clavicular circumference, and weight assessed. Statistics were used to analyse the data.Results:Three clavicles' parameters underwent a statistical examination. Adult male and female clavicles' range, mean, and standard deviations for length, mid-clavicular position, and weight have been computed and are presented in three separate tables1,2&3.Conclusion:The left clavicle of an adult was longer than the right side. Among the Indian population, the mid clavicular circumference was the most accurate measurement for classifying the sex of female clavicles


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