Correlations of linear sizes of molars with cephalometric indicators of practically healthy men of the northern region of Ukraine


  • S.S. Polishchuk National Pirogov Memorial Medical University, Vinnytsya, Ukraine
  • O.O. Kotsyura National Pirogov Memorial Medical University, Vinnytsya, Ukraine
  • M.O. Dmitriev National Pirogov Memorial Medical University, Vinnytsya, Ukraine
  • V.O. Orlovskiy National Pirogov Memorial Medical University, Vinnytsya, Ukraine
  • M.V. Popov National Pirogov Memorial Medical University, Vinnytsya, Ukraine
Keywords: correlations, cephalometry, odontometry, administrative-territorial regions of Ukraine.

Abstract

The question of the relationship between the metric characteristics of cranial structures and odontometric parameters, and the possibility of building models based on them, which can later find their practical application in dental practice, remain a pressing problem of modern medical science. The purpose of the study is to establish the features of the relationship between the linear dimensions of molars with the cephalometric parameters of the brain and facial skull of practically healthy men in the northern region of Ukraine. 32 practically healthy residents of the northern region of Ukraine (from Kyiv, Zhytomyr, Sumy and Chernihiv regions) underwent computed tomography followed by odontometry of molars and cephalometry. The correlations between odontometric and cephalometric parameters were assessed using Spearman’s nonparametric statistics in the licensed package “Statistica 6.1”. The peculiarities of the correlations of the studied characteristics of molars with the indicators of the cerebral skull are established – multiple, only direct reliable (r = 0.35-0.57) and unreliable (r = 0.30-0.35) average correlation force (18.7% on the upper jaw, of which the relative majority with vestibular-lingual and mesio-distal dimensions and 24.1% on the lower jaw, of which the relative majority with the height of the teeth, their crowns and the length of the tooth roots); as well as with the indicators of the facial skull – mostly direct reliable (r = 0.35-0.51) and unreliable medium strength (r = 0.30-0.37) correlations, in most cases of a single nature (6.0% on the upper jaw and 6.6% on the lower jaw, almost uniformly with the height of the teeth, their crowns, root length, vestibular-lingual and mesio-distal dimensions). The results of correlation analysis of craniofacial structures are necessary for the correct construction of mathematical models, which can later find their practical application in dental practice and forensic medicine.

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Published
2020-05-22
How to Cite
Polishchuk, S., Kotsyura, O., Dmitriev, M., Orlovskiy, V., & Popov, M. (2020). Correlations of linear sizes of molars with cephalometric indicators of practically healthy men of the northern region of Ukraine. Reports of Morphology, 26(1), 37-47. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.31393/morphology-journal-2020-26(1)-06