Linear sonographic size and acoustic density spleen in practically healthy men from podillya with different somatotypes


  • S. V. Prokopenko
  • R. E. Bulyk
  • О. V. Antonets
Keywords: sonography of spleen, somatometric-anthropo indexes, healthy male, somatotype

Abstract

The features of the linear dimensions and acoustic density of spleen in practically healthy men with different somatotypes from Podillya are set. Found that in men with ectomorphic somatotype length, thickness, height of the spleen and splenic index was significantly larger or have significant tendency to greater value compared with men with mesomorphic and endo-mesomorphic somatotype. Determined significant tendency to greater value splenic index in men with endo-mesomorphic somatotype compared with men with an average somatotype intermediate. Acoustic density of spleen in longitudinal section statistically significant smaller or has a significant tendency to lower values in men with mesomorphic somatotype compared with men with endo-mesomorphic somatotype and middle intermediate. Significant differences in the diameter of splenic vein between men with different somatotypes not installed.

Published
2017-10-27
How to Cite
Prokopenko, S. V., Bulyk, R. E., & AntonetsО. V. (2017). Linear sonographic size and acoustic density spleen in practically healthy men from podillya with different somatotypes. Reports of Morphology, 21(2), 446-449. Retrieved from https://morphology-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/191
Section
ANTROPOLOGICAL STUDIES