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OBJECTIVE: This paper aims to (i) identify differences in measures of hip morphology between four racial groups using anteroposterior (AP) hip x-rays, and (ii) examine whether these differences vary by sex. METHODS: 912 hip x-rays (456 individuals) from four racial groups (European Caucasians, American Caucasians, African Americans and Chinese) were obtained. Males and females (45-75 years) with no radiographic hip OA (Kellgren and Lawrence 

Original publication




Journal article


Osteoarthritis cartilage

Publication Date





189 - 200


Hip, Image analysis, Morphology, Osteoarthritis, Race, Sex variation, Acetabulum, Black or African American, Aged, Asian People, Female, Femur Head, Femur Neck, Hip Joint, Humans, Male, Middle Aged, Osteoarthritis, Hip, Radiography, Sex Factors, White People