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Table 2 Comparison with Farkas et al. [8] data using two-sample t tests (Kenyan males)

From: Normative anthropometry and proportions of the Kenyan-African face and comparative anthropometry in relation to African Americans and North American Whites

Kenyan male face
  KM Mean (n = 36) NAW (SD) (n-109) P value AA (SD) (n = 50) P value
Vertical measurements
Forehead height II tr-n 72.2 (2.3) 67.1 (7.5) < 0.001* 72.0 (7.7) 0.850
Nasal height n-sn 51.0 (1.9) 54.8 (3.3) < 0.001* 51.9 (3.0) 0.077
Lower face height sn-me 76.4 (3.6) 72.6 (4.5) < 0.001* 78.9 (6.7) 0.025
Upper lip height sn-sto 25.5 (1.3) 22.3 (2.1) < 0.001* 26.1 (2.5) 0.107
Lower lip height sto-sl 22.5 (1.9) 19.7 (2.1) < 0.001* 22.5 (1.9) 0.402
Horizontal measurements
Intercanthal distance en-en 32.2 (1.9) 33.3 (2.7) 0.011 35.8 (2.8) < 0.001*
Eye width ex-en 34.0 (3.4) 31.3 (1.3) < 0.001* 32.9 (1.7) 0.094
Biocular width ex-ex 98.2 (3.5) 91.2 (3.0) < 0.001* 96.8 (4.5) 0.110
Nasal width al-al 43.2 (3.8) 34.9 (2.1) < 0.001* 44.1 (3.4) 0.234
Mouth width ch-ch 55.9 (3.3) 54.5 (3.0) 0.027 54.6 (4.1) 0.106
  1. *Clinically significant difference set at +/− 3 mm