Clin Pediatr (Phila) volume 1, issue 3, P133-144 1962 DOI: 10.1177/000992286200100305 View full text
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Francis E. Johnston

Abstract: The uniqueness of the individual child is a biological fact that is readily recognized by students of child development. The applications of concepts based upon this realization involves the use of methods and technics which allow for the expression of this individuality. One can evaluate bio-physiological development in terms of the progressive maturation of the skeleton. The result is known, generally, as skeletal age, in which the two variables, biological and chronological age, are related. The applicati…

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