Regression models sizes of hind legs in the internal capsule in boys and girls of various craniotypes


  • L. V. Babych
Keywords: back leg of the internal capsule, computer tomography, anthropometry, craniotype, virtually healthy young men and girls, regression analysis

Abstract

In 82 practically healthy urban boys and 86 girls Podillia region of Ukraine set the allocation for different craniotypes built trustworthy reliable regression models computed tomographic size of the rear legs of the internal capsule based on anthropometric parameters and somatic determination coefficient greater than 0.6. In boys various craniotypes only in mesocephalic transverse dimension rear legs inside the capsule on right and left has a coefficient of determination of 0.818 and 0.892. In girls - dolichocephals it is equal to 0.795 and 0.842; in the mesocephales only the size on the right is 0.644; in brachycephals - 0.828 and 0.857. The built models often include: in mesocephales males - girths of the body (33.3%), longitudinal dimensions and body diameters (22.2%); girls- dolichocephals - thickness skin and fat folds (33.3%), cephalometric performance, body diameters and width of distal epiphysis of long bones of the extremities (by 22.2%); in brachycephalic girls - the circumferential dimensions of the body and the thickness of skin and fat folds (by 28.6%).

Published
2017-03-31
How to Cite
Babych, L. V. (2017). Regression models sizes of hind legs in the internal capsule in boys and girls of various craniotypes. Biomedical and Biosocial Anthropology, (28), 101-105. Retrieved from https://bba-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/243