"Foramen Magnum Orientation and Its Association with Cervical Lordosis: A Model for Reconstructing Cervical Curvature in Archeological and Extinct Hominin Specimens"
written by Ella Been, Sara Shefi, Lisa Raviv Zilka, Michalle Soudack,
published by Advances in Anthropology, Vol.4 No.3, 2014
has been cited by the following article(s):
  • Google Scholar
  • CrossRef
[1] 경추 유합술을 시행한 환자에서 수술 전후의 경추 전만도 및 운동범위의 변화
2019
[2] Spinal posture and pathology in modern humans
2019
[3] The Spine of Australopithecus
2019
[4] The Spine of Late Homo
2019
[5] Cervical posture, pain, and pathology: developmental, evolutionary and occupational perspective
2019
[6] The hominoid cranial base in relation to posture and locomotion
2019
[7] Correlation between cervical lordosis and cervical disc herniation in young patients with neck pain
2019
[8] The acquisition of human verticality
2018
[9] 2 The Acquisition of Human Verticality
2018
[10] Cervical lordosis: the effect of age and gender
The Spine Journal, 2017
[11] HOMO-Journal of Comparative Human Biology
2017
[12] Locomotion and basicranial anatomy in primates and marsupials
Journal of Human Evolution, 2017
[13] Cervical Spine Muscle-Tendon Unit Length Differences Between Neutral and Forward Head Postures: Biomechanical Study Using Human Cadaveric Specimens
Physical Therapy, 2017
[14] How Did the Pelvis and Vertebral Column Become a Functional Unit during the Transition from Occasional to Permanent Bipedalism?
The Anatomical Record, 2017
[15] Ardipithecus ramidus and the evolution of language and singing: An early origin for hominin vocal capability
HOMO, 2017
[16] Evolution of Spinopelvic Alignment in Hominins
The Anatomical Record, 2017
[17] Cervical lordosis, the effect of age and gender
The Spine Journal, 2017
[18] The role of allometry and posture in the evolution of the hominin subaxial cervical spine
Journal of Human Evolution, 2017
[19] The Evolution of Cranial Diversity in Hominins: The Interactions Between Cranial and Postcranial Change
2017
[20] Is Cervical Sagittal Imbalance a Risk Factor for Adjacent Segment Pathomechanics After Multilevel Fusion?
Spine, 2016
[21] Dimensions of the cervical neural foramen in conditions of spinal deformity: an ex vivo biomechanical investigation using specimen-specific CT imaging
European Spine Journal, 2016
[22] Locomotor pattern fails to predict foramen magnum angle in rodents, strepsirrhine primates, and marsupials
Journal of Human Evolution, 2016