P F Shaparenko

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The length of human extremity segments at different stages of age development, beginning from newborns up to far-advanced age, was studied. Under examination there were 1505 humans. In addition, bone segments of the extremities were studied in 100 human skeletons and 225 skeletons of mammals from 8 orders. On the basis of a functional analysis of the length(More)
Searching for the new skeletal muscles characteristics makes a complicated problem of the objective analysis of structural and functional evaluations. Spiral-like structure of lower extremity skeletal muscles demonstrated is a part of spirals of the organism level, reflecting the systematic biomechanical integrity of muscles. New patterns of skeletal(More)
In 926 children (7 age groups) combined group differences of the signs have been studied by means of a unified standardized method, using the hand length as a linear measure; the conformity index to definitive size has been applied. For newborns proportional discrepancy to the definitive sizes is specific. They have a relatively long, thick and round body,(More)
It has been stated long ago, that smooth muscle elements in the vascular walls and other tubular systems in the human being and in the animals demonstrate spiral arrangement. The authors decided to show that there is a spiral formation of the skeletal musculature in the human being and in vertebrata at the level of the whole organism, its parts and separate(More)
To assess the optimal development of the human body at different stages of postnatal ontogenesis, the body mass-volume index is proposed. This index, in contrast to body mass-height index, may be used in the studies aimed at the evaluation of human somatotypes. The quantitative characteristics of body mass variability obtained for the different age groups(More)
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