Femoral neck-shaft angle in humans: Variation relating to climate, clothing, lifestyle, sex, age and side
The femoral neck-shaft angle (NSA) varies among modern humans but measurement problems and sampling limitations have precluded the identification of factors contributing to its variation at the population level. Potential sources of variation include sex,
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