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Several Facial Angles on the Mid-Sagittal Profile in Artificially Deformed Peruvian Skulls


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Title: Several Facial Angles on the Mid-Sagittal Profile in Artificially Deformed Peruvian Skulls
Other Titles: ペルーの人工変形頭蓋正中矢状面輪郭における若干の顔面角について
Authors: Kato, Katsutomo / Tahara, Hiroyuki / Okita, Minoru / Manabe, Yoshitaka / Kitagawa, Yoshikazu / Rokutanda, Atsushi
Authors (alternative): 加藤, 克知 / 田原, 弘幸 / 沖田, 実 / 真鍋, 義孝 / 北川, 賀一 / 六反田, 篤
Issue Date: 25-Mar-1998
Citation: 長崎大学医療技術短期大学部紀要 = Bulletin of the School of Allied Medical Sciences, Nagasaki University. 1998, 11, p.7-10
Abstract: ペルー人男性の前頭後頭型人工変形頭蓋における頭蓋型と,正中矢状面輪郭上の歯槽性突顎に関連する若干の角について調べた.変形頭蓋は非常に大きな頭蓋示数を有するが,頭蓋モズルスは非変形頭蓋との間に有意差がなかった.Basion (Ba)-Nasion (Na)-Prosthion (Pr)角とBa-Na-Subspinale (Ss)角における両頭蓋間の差は有意であった.これに対し,Na-Pr線,Na-Ss線とフランクフルト面(FHP)のなす角度の差は有意でなかった.また,Na-Ba線とFHPとのなす角に有意差が認められた.これらの結果から人工変形はNa-Ba線の位置変化をもたらすが,歯槽性突顎の形態には影響を与えないことが示唆される. / Three principal cranial dimensions and six angles on sagittal cranial profile related with facial prognathism, between artificially front-occipital deformed and undeformed Peruvian skulls were examined. The deformed skull group was characterized by a shorter and wider neurocranial vault. Angular analyses suggested that the skull deformation caused displacement of the basion-nasion line. However, the significant difference in the facial prognathism between the deformed and undeformed skulls could not be confirmed in this craniogeometric study.
Keywords: Craniogeometry / Facial prognathism / Mid-sagittal profile / Artificial deformation / Peruvian skulls
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/18262
ISSN: 09160841
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:Volume 11

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/18262

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