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measurement of human heads

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8) Their cephalometric analysis of the skulls of fetuses, infants, children, and adults demonstrated that each of these four age groups had the same incidence of CFA.
Key words: esthetic line, orthodontics, cephalometric analysis, angle class.
Computer Assisted Simulation System for Orthognathic Surgery (CASSOS) is a cephalometric analyses and surgical planning software.
The use of lateral cephalometric radiographs forms an important diagnostic tool in orthodontic treatment as well as orthognathic surgery.
A satisfactory hand wrist radiograph can be made utilizing a standard cephalometric cassette and a dental x-ray or the cephalometric x-ray source.
Osteogenesis imperfecta: clinical, cephalometric, and biochemical investigations of 01 types I, III, and IV.
Radiographic services excluded cephalometric and sialography films.
Traditionally, before surgery, the application of X-ray in cephalometric on paper may result in rather large error in adjustment.
MyRay announces its free iPad App for Hyperion, a highly advanced digital panoramic and cephalometric unit that offers supreme image quality and proven ease of use.
Evaluation of the upper airway cross-sectional area changes in different degrees of severity of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome: Cephalometric and dynamic CT study.
A recent cephalometric study by Al-Jundi and co-workers [2009] found that patients with HVDRR have deficiency in the anterior cranial base length, maxillary length, and ramus height.
Cephalometric abnormalities in non-obese and obese patients with obstructive sleep apnoea.
There were five criteria for inclusion in the study: 1) confirmed active CH type 1 based on serial clinical and radiographic evaluations (serial lateral cephalograms and lateral temporomandibular joint [TMJ] cephalometric tomograms); 2) bilateral or unilateral high condylectomy to remove the active growth center and articular disc repositioning for group 2; 3) orthognathic surgery to correct the associated dentofacial deformity; 4) at least 2 years of postsurgical follow-up; and 5) adequate clinical and radiographic records for analysis.
There are cephalometric differences between Caucasians and Asians and it is suggested that Asians have a smaller hypopharyngeal space compared to that of Caucasians (20).
The book begins by defining the cephalometric points, planes, areas, and lines that demarcate the human face.