Correlation computed tomography sizes of lumbar spine on the median-sagittal sections with anthropo-somatotypological parameters in healthy girls of Podillya


  • I. V. Gunas
  • S. V. Pinchuk
  • A. V. Shayuk
Keywords: computed tomography, lumbar spine, morphometry, anthropometry, healthy girls, correlation

Abstract

The article describes the features correlation communications computed tomographic sizes of the lumbar spine on median-sagittal sections with anthropo-somatotypological parameters in healthy girls overall group. The vast majority of communications indicators of computed tomographic sizes of researched anatomical regions with anthropo-somatotypological parameters bodies were straight, and with cephalometric indicators - mostly reverse. Number of medium strength or weak direct links prevailed over the number of medium strength or weak feedback. Among the constitutional indicators almost the same number of connections established with all groups of somatotypological and anthropometric indicators (except rear height of the lumbar spine and the middle and posterior height of the vertebral body L-5, almost all vertical dimensions of the intervertebral discs that are correlated mainly with coverage size and thickness of skin-fat folds). The average width of the body L1- and L1-2 vertebrae and vertical dimensions of most of the intervertebral discs had in accordance significant feedback with the largest width of the head and face width.

Published
2017-10-27
How to Cite
Gunas, I. V., Pinchuk, S. V., & Shayuk, A. V. (2017). Correlation computed tomography sizes of lumbar spine on the median-sagittal sections with anthropo-somatotypological parameters in healthy girls of Podillya. Reports of Morphology, 21(1), 126-130. Retrieved from https://morphology-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/116
Section
ANTROPOLOGICAL STUDIES