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Title

Spino-pelvic alignment: An evolutionary perspective

AuthorsBeen, Ella; Bastir, Markus ; Barash, Alon
Issue DateSep-2014
PublisherEuropean Society for the study of Human Evolution
CitationProceedings of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution 3 (2014)
AbstractDuring human evolution the spinal curvature as well as pelvic and sacral orientation have changed dramatically, from a very small pelvic incidence and spinal curvatures in non human hominoids to large curvatures in modern humans. This change was accompanied by a dramatic shift of the line of gravity and C7 plumb line. In this work we will describe the spino-pelvic adjustments to upright posture and bipedality of four major hominin groups; Australopithecines, H. erectus, Neandertals and H. sapiens.
DescriptionPresentación en: 4rd Annual Meeting of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution (Florence, Italy ; 18-20 September 2014)
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/129800
ISSN2195-0776
E-ISSN2195-0784
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