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Magnetic resonance imaging was used to quantify the vocal tract morphology of 129 normal humans, aged 2-25 years. Morphometric data, including midsagittal vocal tract length, shape, and proportions, were collected using computer graphic techniques. There was a significant positive correlation between vocal tract length and body size ͑either height or weight͒. The data also reveal clear differences in male and female vocal tract morphology, including changes in overall vocal tract length and thedoi:10.1121/1.427148 pmid:10489707 fatcat:7msdkjwqincijlljixvs5g43by