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Morphometric Analysis Based on Length of Spinal Cord in Different Age Group of Indian Human Foetuses

Maheshwari T P 1, Faruqi N A 2, Hasan S 1, Sharma N 3, and Singh O1
1 Department of Anatomy, SHKM GMC, Nalhar, Mewat, Haryana.
2 Professor, Department of Anatomy, JNMC, AMU Aligarh.
3 Department of Anatomy, TMU, Moradabad.
Abstract—Introduction: Foetal spinal cord seemed to be the focus of interest by many scientists but its morphometric information received little attention, though important for clinical applications. Morphometric readings of foetal spinal cord will help in determining the age of foetuses, which are of great medicolegal significance. Material and Methods: Foetuses without any congenital cranio-vertebral anomalies were selected for the study and divided into five groups on the basis of gestational age. Laminectomy was performed and the spinal cords from human foetuses were taken out and length was measured by Vernier calipers under standard conditions. Result and Conclusion: Significant gain in weight of foetal spinal cord was observed in successive adjacent groups from group II onwards. There was maximum gain in length of spinal cord between groups III and IV human foetuses.

Index Terms—Morphometry, Spinal cord, Length, Human foetus

Cite: Maheshwari T P, Faruqi N A, Hasan S, Sharma N, and Singh O, "Morphometric Analysis Based on Length of Spinal Cord in Different Age Group of Indian Human Foetuses," International Journal of Pharma Medicine and Biological Sciences, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 1-4, July 2013.
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