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consisting of two or more interconnected parts

a usually large entity composed of interconnected parts

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a center of organization, supply, or activity

an exaggerated concern

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a conceptual whole made up of complicated and related parts

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a compound described in terms of the central atom to which other atoms are bound or coordinated

(psychoanalysis) a combination of emotions and impulses that have been rejected from awareness but still influence a person's behavior

a whole structure (as a building) made up of interconnected or related structures

complicated in structure

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Looking to the above benefits of lateral Cephalometry, the present study was undertaken to evaluate the role of cephalometric radiograph in identification of standard values relating craniofacial complex of both genders at Khyber College of Dentistry, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The craniofacial complex is formed by aset of structures including, roughly, the viscerocranium (face) and the neurocranium.
5] The craniofacial type of fibrous dysplasia in which only the craniofacial complex are involved including the jaw and maxilla.
Chapters explore historical evidence for facial aesthetic ideas and concepts, including the philosophical and scientific theories of facial beauty, facial attractiveness research, expression, and the psychosocial ramifications of deformities, followed by clinical evaluation and diagnosis: initial interview; exam and analysis of the craniofacial complex by type, proportions, and symmetry; analysis of each individual region using a top-down approach from the forehead to the chin; and smile and dentogingival evaluation.
It was also observed that there was a significant development of the transverse dimensions of the craniofacial complex between the two age ranges analyzed, considering the predominantly nose breathers and the predominantly mouth breathers that comprised the sample, except for the Total Sphenoid measurement (TSph) in predominantly nose breathers.