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Назив: Nasal morphological characteristics of the serbian population
Аутори: Jovanovic, Jelena
Jeremic, Dejan
Jovanović, Boris
Vulovic, Maja
Sazdanovic, Predrag
Sazdanovic, Maja
Ognjanovic, Neda
Stojadinovic, Dobrivoje
Jeremić, Katarina
Markovic, Nenad
Zivanovic-Macuzic, Ivana
Датум издавања: 2014
Сажетак: The aim of this study was to determine the nasal parameters in the population of central Serbia and to compare them with those determined in earlier studies in different populations. The research was conducted on 496 randomly selected persons (262 males and 234 females), aged 18-65 years. The measured parameters were nasal height and nasal breadth and the standard spreading caliper with scale was used for measurements. There were significant differences in the nasal parameters between male and female subjects. The nasal breadth was 34.72 mm in females, and in the male population it was 36.7 mm. The mean values of nasal height were 52.6 mm and 54.32 mm in females and males, respectively. The nasal index in females and males was 66.01 and 67.56, respectively, and the mean value of the nasal index of all respondents was 66.78. After conducting the research it was concluded that the dominant nasal type in the population of the central part of Serbia is leptorrhine. The present study showed the existence of sexual dimorphism in nasal morphology. The data obtained in our study may be useful in anthropological and forensic research, as well as in cosmetic planning and reconstructive surgery.
URI: https://scidar.kg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/12304
Тип: article
DOI: 10.2298/ABS1401227J
ISSN: 0354-4664
SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-84892455137
Налази се у колекцијама:Faculty of Medical Sciences, Kragujevac

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