Open Access Biomedical Publisher Using Post Publication Peer Review
A Comparative Anthropometric Study
Yes, of course.
Nothing required. an adequate study. Very good
This study will provide enough statistical data for further studies on other mongoloid races.
The authors tried to compare and report cephalometry of two ethnic groups. The importance is to do with plastic surgeons, biological anthropologists and possible to the knowledge of the general public in identifying and imagining how those ethnic group are by seeing the indices and other parameters.
Yes, because this will add knowledge to the pool of data in the world so that these ethnincity have their cephalometry documented for future use by those mentioned above and others who may wish to use the information.
Yes, at least they mentioned works done in other continent like America.
Yes, but there are other methods which are far better than this for example, laser scannings, photography methods etc.
Yes, for example, anthropometric analysis of the same ethnicity using difrent methodology like photography, laser scanning etc.
It is ok but not all that outstanding because it is not something new though new to those ethnic group.
I have been a lecturer in Anatomy for years and a researcher in this field of anthropometry for years.
This study aims to provide a database of certain anthropometric measurements for Tharu and Mongoloid ethnic races of Eastern Nepal.
Yes. It would b great seminar at a university for academics who are involved in various epidemiological studies.
This study showed significant differences in various measurements between males and females of Tharu and Mongoloid backgrounds as the article itself states.There is a need for further studies to establish the scientific reasons for variations in measurements among these pure race ethnic study populations of Nepal.
Clinical associate professor
All site content, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution License