Standard Splenic Volume Estimation in North Indian Adult Population: Using 3D Reconstruction of Abdominal CT Scan Images

  • Asghar A
  • Agrawal D
  • Yunus S
  • et al.
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A prospective study was carried out to establish normative data for splenic dimensions in North Indian population and their correlation with physical standard on abdominal CT of 21 patients aged between 20 and 70 years having no splenic disorders. Splenic volume was measured by two methods—volume and surface rendering technique of Able 3D doctor software and prolate ellipsoid formula. Volumes measured by both the techniques were correlated with their physical standards. Mean splenic volume was 161.57 ± 90.2 cm 3 and range 45.7–271.46 cm 3 . The volume of spleen had linear correlation with body height ( r = 0.512 , P < .05 ). Splenic volume (cm 3 ) = 7 × height (cm) − 961 can be used to generate normal standard volume of spleen as a function of body height in North Indian population (with 95% confidence interval). This formula can be used to objectively measure the size of the spleen in adults who have clinically suspected splenomegaly.

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Asghar, A., Agrawal, D., Yunus, S. M., Sharma, P. K., Zaidi, S. H. H., & Sinha, A. (2011). Standard Splenic Volume Estimation in North Indian Adult Population: Using 3D Reconstruction of Abdominal CT Scan Images. Anatomy Research International, 2011, 1–5. https://doi.org/10.1155/2011/707325

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