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Factors of human skeletal craniofacial morphology.
Angle Orthod. 1977 Jul; 47(3):222-30.AO

Abstract

Thirty cephalometric measurements representing craniofacial depth, height, and width were obtained from lateral and posterior rediographs of 66 boys, 8 years of age. A multivariate factor analysis was performed on these measurements in an effort to locate specific areas of variability within the craniofacial complex. Twelve uncorrelated factors were extracted which account for 91% of the total variance and these were identified as: 1) retrognathic facial type, 2) anterior dentoalveolar height, 3) maxillary body length, 4) cranial base and facial width, 5) mandibular ramus height, 6) anterior maxillary body height, 7) mandibular length, 8) cranial vault height, 9) vertical position of the condyles, 10) cranial vault and clivus length, 11) bigonial width, and 12) cranial vault width.

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eng

PubMed ID

268953

Citation

Liebgott, B. "Factors of Human Skeletal Craniofacial Morphology." The Angle Orthodontist, vol. 47, no. 3, 1977, pp. 222-30.
Liebgott B. Factors of human skeletal craniofacial morphology. Angle Orthod. 1977;47(3):222-30.
Liebgott, B. (1977). Factors of human skeletal craniofacial morphology. The Angle Orthodontist, 47(3), 222-30.
Liebgott B. Factors of Human Skeletal Craniofacial Morphology. Angle Orthod. 1977;47(3):222-30. PubMed PMID: 268953.
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