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JAJA, B. N. R.; FAWEHINMI, H. B. & JACK, J. T. Craniofacial anthropometry in a young Nigerian population: the canthal distances. Int. J. Morphol., 29(3):914-917, 2011. SUMMARY: The measurement of craniofacial parameters have clinical, forensic and anthropologic significance. Local data on inner canthal and outer canthal distances and the canthal index may reveal the pattern of differential growth in craniofacial features resulting from factors such as sex, diet and genetic distinctions. In thedoi:10.4067/s0717-95022011000300041 fatcat:ybixtm3cd5fyrhv6vuiq323eei