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Study of rostral and proscopic indices among school going tribal children’s in Chhattisgarh, India

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Rajni Thakur and Anjana Tiwari
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Health Sciences
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Background: Rostral and Proscopic dimensions are always influenced by age, sex race(tribe). We were Students selected those parents and grandparents that are tribe. Rostral and Proscopic measurements and indices are used to find out different shapes of Rostral and Proscopic. It is very useful for all upcoming Anatomists, forensic scientists, plastic surgeons, physical anthropologists. We were calculated rostralproscoic indices, rostral length, rostral breadth, rostral index, proscopic length, proscopic breadth, proscopic index. We excluded all students those had any history or features of rostralproscopic anomaly, proscopic trauma or surgeries on the proscopic or rostral. Aim: To evaluate the rostral index and proscopic index by anthropometric measurement in tribal school going children’s. Materials and Methods: Present research was selected at random 400 healthy school going tribal students of age 9 – 15 years and anthropometric measured done by using spreading, sliding caliper. Result: In tribal student dominant type of Rostral shape are Ultra Brachycephalic and the mean Rostral index is 84, in Male is 83 and in Female is 86, the mean Rostral length in Male is 21 cm, in Female is 23 cm and the mean Rostral breadth in Male is 19 cm, in Female is 20 cm. Dominant type of Proscopic shape are Leptoproscopic proscopic (long proscopic) and the mean Proscopic index is 84, in Male is 84 and in Female is 85, the mean Proscopic length in Male and Female is 17 cm and the mean Proscopic breadth in Male and Female is 20 cm. Conclusion: Predominant rostral type in males was Brachycephalic (short headed), and in female was Ultra Brachycephalic, Predominant proscopic type in males was Euryproscopic proscopic (Broad proscopic) and in female was Leptoproscopic proscopic (long proscopic). The research has established that male and female have same mean morphological proscopic height and breadth.

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