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Assessing The Relationship Between The Cervical Vertebrae Maturation Stages And Permanent Maxillary Canine Calcification Stages - A Retrospective Study

Author: ANJALI THOMAS, ARAVIND KUMAR SUBRAMANIAN, REMMIYA MARY VARGHESE
Abstract: This aim of the study was to assess the relationship between the cervical vertebrae maturation stages and permanent maxillary canine calcification stages. For this study orthopantomogram (OPG) and lateral cephalograms of 25 male and 25 female subjects were taken. The permanent maxillary canine developmental stages were taken using Demirjian index(DI) and cervical vertebrae maturation indicators(CVMI) were assessed by the classification given by Hassel and Farman. To assess the correlation between the two Pearson correlation tests was done. Pearson’s correlation test was done using IBM SPSS software and a positive correlation of 0.769 was found in females and 0.654 in males. Hence there is a strong correlation between the permanent maxillary canine calcification stages and cervical vertebrae maturity indicator stages in females when compared to males. Also, a Pearson’s Chi-square association test was done to find the association between the permanent maxillary canine developmental stages and CVMI stages in males(p value=0.008) and females(p value=0.000); p value <0.05, hence showing a statistically significant association in both males and females. A highly significant positive correlation was found between DI and CVMI stages in both males and females. Permanent maxillary canine DI stages might be clinically useful to evaluate the skeletal maturity.The growth status can be evaluated either from the OPG or the lateral cephalogram avoiding the need for taking two X-rays.
Keyword: Cervical vertebrae maturation indicators; Demirjian index; Lateral cephalogram; Orthopantomogram; Permanent maxillary canine; Skeletal maturity
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.297
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