|ECR 2019 / C-3728||
|Child Bone Age: Normal, Abnormal and Variants|
Bone age plays an important role in the determination of biological age from infancy to before adulthood.
There are factors, genetic, ethnic, family, environmental that determine it, as well as pathologies that alter it.
It is important to know that depending on the age group we can choose the type of study that will determine the bone age with greater specificity.
The most updated method since 1950´s is that of Greulich and Pyle, as well as the most recent electronic versions.
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