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Research Article

A Three-Dimensional Reconstructive Study of Pelvic Cavity in the New Zealand Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus)

Table 1

Statistical results of biometric measurements belonging to pelvic cavity obtained as a result of 3D reconstruction (mm ± SD).

Male Female

Dorsal transverse diameter*20.95 ± 0.3822.50 ± 0.92
Intermediary transverse diameter23.25 ± 0.3423.23 ± 0.98
Ventral transverse diameter14.54 ± 0.3214.55 ± 0.27
Cranial transverse diameter*22.11 ± 0.0522.44 ± 0.31
Bituberous (caudal) transverse diameter*23.56 ± 0.1726.76 ± 1.10
Bispinous (medial) transverse diameter*21.97 ± 0.7425.30 ± 1.36
Right oblique diameter*25.13 ± 0.4429.05 ± 1.42
Left oblique diameter*25.80 ± 0.3927.98 ± 0.64
Right sacrocotyloid diameter26.43 ± 1.3727.59 ± 1.43
Left sacrocotyloid diameter26.75 ± 0.6227.23 ± 0.56
Conjugata vera*27.98 ± 0.5629.94 ± 0.82
Conjugata diagonalis*43.24 ±1.2047.13 ± 3.23
Vertical diameter*20.34 ± 0.3922.48 ± 0.19
Inclinatio pelvis*72.44 ± 1.3076.01 ± 2.00
The angle between arcus ischiadicus*66.32 ± 0.8375.18 ± 1.11

. Data expressed as the mean ± SD.

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