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International Journal of Morphology

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MANDIOLA, E et al. BIOMETRICAL ANALISYS BETWEEN BIOANTHROPOLOGICAL CEPHALICS MEASUREMENTS AND THE BASILAR ARTERY. Int. J. Morphol. [online]. 2004, vol.22, n.2, pp.165-168. ISSN 0717-9502.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0717-95022004000200011.

According to clinical anatomy literature, always it is made necessary to have greater information with respect to the arteries that compose the vertebro - basilar system as elements of the posterior cranial fossa, in attention to its importance in surgical proceedings. The objective of this study is to complement the data collected in previous researchs being studied the possible biometrical relation between the cephalic index, the cerebellar fossa, clivus and the basilar artery in the studied specimens. This research was made in the available brains in the anatomy laboratories and data base of our department and that corresponds to our field. The statistics calculus were made using the computational Program Prism 2.3, square analysis of variance, chi and test of Student. In the dolicho- mesocephalic group (DM) the basilar artery (AB) presents-displays a length average of 33.3 mm for a length of clivus of 55.7, wide of the cerebellar fossa of 106.1 mm and height of 44.0 mm. In the brachicephalic group(BH),the AB presents an average length of 36.9 mm for a length of clivus of 54.4 mm, wide of the cerebellar fossa of 108.0 mm and height of 46.0 mm. The authors emphasize in the variability that is observed when considering besides of the side and sex, an bio-anthropological component, as it is the case of the cephalic index

Palabras clave : Cephalic index; Bio-anthropology; Basilar artery.

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