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Artificial Cranial Deformation by Eric John Dingwall (1931)

A Contribution to the Study of Ethnic Mutilations

Note: These pdfs were created using a photocopy of this extensive, authoritative, out-of-print, hard-to-get, book on cranial deformation. My apologies for the image quality.

Contents

Introduction (3.5 MB) Pp. 1-14
Chapter I. Artificial Cranial Deformation in Europe (5 MB) Pp. 16-45
Chapter II. Later Artificial Cranial Deformation in Europe (4.5 MB) Pp. 46-79
Chapter III. Artificial Cranial Deformation in Asia (2.8 MB) Pp. 79-101
Chapter IV. Artificial Cranial Deformation in Africa (5.3 MB) Pp. 102-121
Chapter V. Artificial Cranial Deformation in Indonesia and New Guinea (1.8 MB) Pp. 122-134
Chapter VI. Artificial Cranial Deformation in Melanesia (1.5 MB) Pp. 135-146
Chapter VII. Artificial Cranial Deformation in Polynesia and New Zealand (0.6 MB) Pp. 147-150
Chapter VIII. Artificial Cranial Deformation in Mexico, Central America and the West Indies (1.3 MB) pp. 151-160
Chapter IX. Artificial Cranial Deformation amongst the American Indians, North of Mexico (4.5 MB) Pp. 161-191
Chapter X. Artificial Cranial Deformation in South American (6.5 MB) Pp. 192-225
Chapter XI. Observations and Conclusions (1.9 MB) Pp. 226-241
List of Authorities Quoted (5.3 MB) Pp. 242-296
Appendix (0.5 MB) Pp. 297-302
Index (0.7 MB) Pp. 303-313

Contents

Preface and Contents (0.25 MB)
Introduction (0.34 MB) Pp. 7-9
Monaco Agreement (0.95 MB) Pp. 10-25
Geneva Agreement (0.43 MB) Pp. 25-31
Preliminaries (1.47 MB) Pp. 32-51
Anthropometry of the Living (2.77 MB) Pp. 52-88
Anthropometry of Skeletal Parts (1.68 MB) Pp. 89-112
Visual Observations (0.27 MB) Pp. 113-116
Osteometry (2.4 MB) Pp. 117-154
Index (0.51 MB) Pp. 155 -163

Biological basis of cleft palate and palatal surgery. In: FJM Verstraete, MJ Lommer, B Arzi (eds.), Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in Dogs and Cats (2nd ed). Saunders: Philadelphia.

Just returned my proof for the my chapter, “Biological basis of cleft palate and palatal surgery” In: FJM Verstraete, MJ Lommer, B Arzi (eds.), Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in Dogs and Cats (2nd ed). Saunders: Philadelphia. Expected publication in late 2019 (probably ahead of the Fall Semester).

Diane Rohlman and I are guest editors for “Using Total Worker Health to Advance Worker Health and Safety,” a special issue of the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health [IRERPH].

Abstract must be submitted by October 8, 2018.  For more information, please visit http://TWHSpecialIssue.com.

In 1993, I had the honor to elected as Associate Member of the Plastic Surgery Research Council. (At that time–if memory serves me–only the second non-surgeon to be elected as a member.)

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