Correlation analysis of organometric parameters of the maxilla, face and skull at the beginning of the fetal period of ontogenesis


  • N. S. Korchynska
Keywords: maxilla, organometry, fetus, correlation analysis

Abstract

Organometric examination of the maxilla, face and skull was conducted on 25 dead 7-10-month fetuses. Direct proportional correlations between the parameters of the maxilla both in the left and right sides in 7-10-month fetuses have been found to be indicative of its integrated and harmonious development. Direct greatest proportional correlations between the parameters of the maxilla and parameters of the skull and face in 7-month fetuses are indicative of a same, harmonious development of these structures and similar quick development of the parameters of the maxilla and skull in the whole. Found in 8-10-month fetuses all possible proportional correlations between the parameters of the maxilla, skull and face are indicative of a harmonious development of the maxilla and skull in the whole and maturity structure of the skull and face before birth.

Published
2017-03-31
How to Cite
Korchynska, N. S. (2017). Correlation analysis of organometric parameters of the maxilla, face and skull at the beginning of the fetal period of ontogenesis. Biomedical and Biosocial Anthropology, (25), 20-23. Retrieved from https://bba-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/66