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  • Microstructural and Mechanical Characterization of CAD/CAM Materials for Monolithic Dental Restorations. [Journal Article]
  • JPJ Prosthodont 2018 Aug 18
  • Furtado de Mendonca A, Shahmoradi M, … Ellakwa A
  • CONCLUSIONS: All CAD/CAM crown materials exhibited high values of fracture and flexural resistance, making them suitable materials for posterior full-crown restorations. Glass-ceramics suffered more from catastrophic and nonreparable fracture patterns, whereas minimal chipping and type II fracture patterns were more common in hybrid materials. The combination of more flexibility, less stiffness, and increased softness with satisfactory flexural and fracture strength values observed in PICN and HPP makes these two hybrid materials suitable choices for chairside monolithic crown fabrication.
  • Ultrasound elastography: compression elastography and shear-wave elastography in the assessment of tendon injury. [Review]
  • IIInsights Imaging 2018 Aug 17
  • Prado-Costa R, Rebelo J, … Preto AS
  • CONCLUSIONS: • USE is used for the assessment of the mechanical properties of tissues, including the tendons. • USE increases diagnostic performance when coupled to conventional US imaging modalities. • USE will be useful in early diagnosis, tracking outcomes and monitoring treatments of tendon injury. • Technical issues and lack of standardisation limits USE use in the assessment of tendon injury.
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