Faridpur Medical College

Department of Anatomy

Dr. Mosa. Shaheli Binte Hussain

Assistant Professor and Head, Department of Anatomy

About Dr. Mosa. Shaheli Binte Hussain

Assistant Professor Dr. Mosa. Shaheli Binte Hussain is the head of the department of anatomy of Faridpur Medical College. He has been teaching in Faridpur Medical College since 2019 and was promoted as the head of the department.

Personal Data

Name:

Dr. Mosa. Shaheli Binte Hussain

Education

Degree Year Institution
MBBS
Jan' 2002
Z.H. Sikder Women's Medical College
MS (Anatomy)
Jan' 2018
BSMMU

Publications & Others

Published in Journal: International Journal of Medical Research Professionals (IJMRP)

Year of Publication: 2019

ABSTRACT

Introduction: Limb anthropometry provides great contribution in personal identification of any individual by determining the morphological variation of different population which is done by anthropologists and forensic scientists as well as anatomists. Stature is considered as one of the important parameters along with other parameters like age, sex and race for personal identification which helps in forensic investigation. The Manipuri community is one of the oldest ethnic communities in Bangladesh.

Objective: In this study our main goal is to find out the correlation between the stature and four selected linear upper limb dimensions of left side; length of the arm, forearm, ulna and hand.

Materials and Methods: This anthropometric study was carried out in 100 adult Bangladeshi Manipuri female population aged between 25 to 45 years. Direct measurements of stature and four selected linear upper limb dimensions were taken and statistical analysis was performed using SPSS software (version 22.0).

Results: The four selected upper limb dimensions showed significant positive correlations (p≤ 0.05) with the stature. Highest correlation of the stature with the dimensions studied, was found in the length of forearm (r=0.511).

Conclusion: The findings of the present study show that there was significant positive correlation between the stature and the selected four upper limb dimensions and thereby indicating that stature could be predicted successfully using length of the arm, forearm, ulna and hand among Bangladeshi Manipuri female population.

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Job History

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Assistant Professor (Faridpur Medical College)
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