SHERP

한국인이개이 체질인류학적연구
Anthropological Studies on the Korean Auricle

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Authors
이영호
Issue Date
1961-12-01
Publisher
서울대학교 의과대학
Citation
Seoul J Med 1961;2(3):55-77
Abstract
The present author have measured the auricles of
the 1,494 Korean males and ;1,032 Korean females,
ranging from 6 to 29 years of age, and the following
conclusions have been drawn.
1) The longitudinal diameters of the auricle including
physiognomical ear length, morphological ear breadth,
distance between incisura intertragica and upper
auricular end, upper ear length, lower ear length, and
distance between auricular tubercle and lower insertion
of ear increase as the age incrases and cease to grow
at about 20 years of age in male and 18 years of age
in female.
2) The increase in the transverse diameters of the
aurlcle.Te., physiognomical ear breadth, morphological
ear length, and distance between auricular tubercle
and upper ~insertion of ear, does not parallel to the
increase of age. The transverse diameters complete
their growth during the earlier half of the growing
period.
3) Both length of concha and depth of incisura
intertragica increase more or less proportionally as
the age increases and complete their growth at about
17 years of age in both sexes. Both breadth of
concha and breadth of incisura intertragica do not
increase according to the increase of age and complete
their growth during the earlier half of the growing
period.
4) Of the longitudinal diameters, distance between
incisura intertragica and upper auricular end in male
is greater than that in female in all ages, physiognomical
ear length, upper ear length and lower ear
length reveal no sexual differences during the earlier
half of the growing period, but those in male are
greater than those in female during the later half of
the growing period and during the adult period. No
sexual differences are detectable in morphological ear
breadth, length of ear lobule, upper ear length,
distance between auricular tubercle and lower insertion
of ear, and depth of incisura intertragica in all age
groups.
5) Of the transverse diameters, physiognomical ear
breadth, distance between auricular tubercle and upper
insertion of ear, and breadth of concha reveal no
sexual differences in the earlier half of the growing
period, but those in male are greater than those in
female during the later half of the growing period
and adult period. The morphological ear length and
breadth of incisura intertragica reval no sexual
differences in all age groups.
6) The present result on Korean auricles is similar
to that on northwest Korean by Nosaka, and is
deviated gradually from that of Masukawa on Japanese,
that of Taketani on Manchurian males, that of
Miyajima on Kyushu-Japanese, that of Kawamura on
Hokuriku-Iapanese, that of Maruyama on the Takasago
tribe in Formosa and that of Uchida on Chinese, in
sequence.
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/8261
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College of Medicine/School of Medicine (의과대학/대학원)Dept. of Medicine (의학과)The Seoul Journal of MedicineThe Seoul Journal of Medicine Vol. 02 No.3 (1961)
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