Published Abstracts

Michael P. Zumpano, Ph.D.,  Associate Professor, New York Chiropractic College

Seneca Falls, NY, 13148


mzumpano@nycc.edu
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Zumpano MP and Richtsmeier JT (2002) Growth-related shape changes in the fetal craniofacial complex of humans (Homo sapiens) and pigtailed macaques (Macaca nemestrina): A 3D-CT comparative analysis. American Journal of Physical Anthropology.

Zumpano MP, Hartwell-Ford S, Jagos, C (2002) The relationship of rectus capitis posterior minor to the posterior atlanto-occipital membrane: A human cadaveric study. Journal of Neuromusculoskeletal Anatomy.

Zumpano MP (2002) Three dimensional form changes during late fetal growth (137-157 gestational days) in the pigtailed macaque (Macaca nemestrina) craniofacial complex: An application using three dimensional coordinate data and finite element scaling analysis. Anatomical Record 267(4):307-320.

DeLeon VB, Zumpano MP, Richtsmeier JT (2001) The effect of neurocranial surgery on basicranial morphology in isolated sagittal craniosynostosis. Cleft Palate-Craniofac J 38(1):8-20.

Zumpano, MP, BS Carson, JL Marsh,CA VanderKolk, JT Richtsmeier (1999), A three-dimensional morphological analysis of isolated metopic synostosis.  The Anatomical Record, 256:1-12, 1999.

Zumpano, MP (1999) Form differences in the fetal craniofacial complex:  A three dimensional (3D), morphological comparison between fetal pigtailed macaques (Macaca nemestrina) and humans (Homo sapiens).  American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supp 28:285

Zumpano, MP (1997) A three-dimensional study of fetal craniofacial growth and development in the pigtailed macaque using 3D-CT reconstruction techniques and finite element scaling. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supp. 24:249

Zumpano, MP (1996) An application of 3D-CT reconstruction techniques to study fetal craniofacial growth and development in the pigtailed macaque (Macaca nemestrina). American Journal of Physical A nthropology, Supp. 23:251.

Zumpano, MP and Sirianni, JE (1994) The development of size dimorphism in the craniofacial complex during the third trimester of prenatal growth in pigtailed macaques (Macaca nemestrina). Am erican Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supp. 18:214-215.