THE RELATIONSHIP OF CERVICAL VERTEBRAL MATURATION (CVM) STAGE AND ANTEROPOSTERIOR FACIAL DIMENSIONS IN INDONESIAN POPULATION

MAHINDRA AWWALUDIN ROMDLON, Setiadi W Logamarta, Yulia Anggraeni

Abstract


Background: Growth and development are two different but interrelated and difficult to separate factors. The growth spurt in boys is different from girls. Facial growth is closely related to overall body growth, one of which is the growth of the cervical vertebrae.
Objective: The objective of this study was to determine the anteroposterior dimensions of the face based on the maturation levels of cervical vertebrae in 12-14 years old children.
Method: Quantitative research using an analytic observational method with a cross-sectional approach was conducted on 21 boys and 21 girls. Measurement of anteroposterior facial length (S-A' and PTM-A) and assessment of cervical vertebral bone maturation level using the Hassel and Farman method.
Results: Independent t-test results showed that there was a significant difference (p <0.05) in facial length (S-A') between male and female subjects at all maturation levels of cervical vertebrae. There was a significant difference (p <0.05) in facial length (S-A') based on the maturation level of the cervical vertebrae (CVMS) in male subjects. Independent t-test results showed that there was a significant difference in facial length (PTM-A) based on the maturation level of cervical vertebrae in female subjects (p <0.05).
Conclusion: There was a difference in facial length (S-A ') between male and female subjects at all maturation levels of the cervical vertebrae. There is a difference in facial length (S-A') based on the maturation level of the cervical vertebrae (CVMS) in male subjects. There are differences in anteroposterior facial length (PTM-A) based on the maturation level of the cervical vertebrae in female subjects. There is a relationship between the maturation level of the cervical vertebrae with the anteroposterior dimensions of the face S-A' and PTM-A in male subjects.

Keywords


Cervical Vertebrae, Growth and Development, Anteroposterior Dimension, Hassel and Farman Method, Cephalometry

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