• ers, something more fundamental is required. Meanwhile, however, the serious consid? erations which have been given to this classi? fication of spondylo-epiphyseal dysplasias and the illustrations and descriptions of the various entities in this short monograph jus? tify its place in all medical libraries, and especially in those used by students of normal and disturbed bone growth. Human genet? icists will find the material useful, but they will still require assistance from experienced radiologists properly to categorize dysplasias with spine and epiphyseal involvement. If a functional international nomenclature for these and other entities can be developed, ()
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