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Int J Educ Res Health Sci
The bones of the human skeleton develop from separate ossification centers. From these centers, the ossification progresses until the bone is completely formed. These changes can be studied by means of X-rays and these changes are age related. It is, therefore, possible to determine the approximate age of an individual by radiological examination of bones until the ossification is complete. This roentgenographic study was carried out with the objective to assess the general skeletal maturity offatcat:2dvijhjvazgvzmvjm5fldjaop4