The Greulich and Pyle Atlas is used to estimate the age of children and adolescents. This systematic review summarizes scientific knowledge of the agreement between the skeletal age of the Greulich and Dempyle Atlas (hereafter the age of the GP skeleton) and chronological age. A total of 17 studies met our criteria. 13 studies presented results for age of the GP skeleton from chronological age, 2 results for chronological age from GP age and 2 were data sets that we used to represent both types of results. These two approaches are not comparable, so we did two separate analyses. The difference between the skeletal age of the family physician and chronological age was rarely greater than one year for each age group. Studies that have represented the distribution of chronological age from gp age are most relevant when using the Greulich and Pyle atlases to estimate age. Here, we did not do a meta-analysis, because the results of three of the four studies were so influenced by the phenomenon of the microrema of age that we do not trust the results. We estimated that only one study was conducted in such a way as to adequately describe the method`s ability to estimate age.
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