Table 1. Weight-for-height and the BMI in the juvenile, adulthood I, and adulthood II periods in females of different constitutional groups (X + Sx; min-max)

Published: 19 January 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/m2m93ym4ng.1
Zhypargul Abdullaeva


According to our data, the leptosomatic group of body constitution was determined in 20%, while the mesosomatic group was noted in 32%, the megalosomatic group was recorded in 33% and indefinite group was established in 15% among the studied women. At the same time, during the transition from juvenile period to adulthood I period, and then to the adulthood II period, no fundamental changes in the constitutional features were observed, which corresponds to the concept of B. A. Nikityuk and V. P. Chetsov on the modification nature of these changes. The body length, weight, and the BMI are significantly depend on the type of body constitution (Table 1). Figure 1 show is showing schematics of age-related periodization of ontogenesis of women: juvenile, adulthood I and adulthood II.



Osh State University Medical Faculty


Anatomy, Physiology