Having a thin, narrow face. Compare: leptosomatic.
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Yoruba males and females have the leptoprosopic face type based on classifications of face types from facial indices.
9), leptoprosopic or long narrow face (FI of 90–94.
The leptoprosopic face type observed in Yoruba males and females in the present study is in agreement with previous 1D studies which reported the leptoprosopic face type in Tangales (FI: 92.
1) revealed a leptoprosopic facial form, convex profile and a gross facial asymmetry on the left side of the face.
In this regard leptoprosopic (long face) individuals usually have tapered arch forms while euryprosopic (short face) individuals tend to have a broader square arch form.