Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Bifrontal Index

To study the assessment of lateral ventricle brain indices in Indian population

Dr Sandeep.S.Mohite, Dr Manoj.P.Ambali, Dr Mrs.Swapna.A.Shedge

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 7, Pages 5496-5502

Aim: To study the assessment of lateral ventricle brain indices in indian population.
Materials and Methods: This investigation was conducted in the anatomy department with participation from radiology. The brain CT scans included in the research were of normal men and females aged 15 to 75 years who were classified as normal by radiologists in terms of normal cerebral ventricular size, form, and shape.
Results: The radiologist verified normal 200 brain Computed Tomography (CT) scan soft copies (110 men and 90 females) included in this investigation. Except for the cella media index, the differences between men and females in other indices were statistically significant. A substantially significant positive correlation coefficient existed between age and indices.
Conclusion: The current research reveals baseline values of ventricular linear indices with a positive connection between sexes and ages. Thus, understanding these indices is critical when evaluating different neurological and behavioural illnesses connected with ventriculomegaly