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  • Cephalometric Study of the Overjet Development in Warmblood Foals. [Journal Article]
    Front Vet Sci 2019; 6:431Domanska-Kruppa N, Venner M, Bienert-Zeit A
  • Class II malocclusion is the most frequently occurring congenital malocclusion in horses. Radiographic cephalometric procedures adopted from human dentistry were used to study the development of overjet in a population of 650 Warmblood foals. Thirteen foals were diagnosed with measurable overjet at the beginning of the study. The malocclusion in nine foals resolved spontaneously and four foals wi…
  • Why WITS? Why not a way beyond? [Journal Article]
    Contemp Clin Dent 2014; 5(4):518-23Nagar S, Nagar R, Raghav P
  • CONCLUSIONS: The horizontal appraisal method proposed eliminates the demerits of the occlusal plane and has the merits of simplicity and accuracy in comparison to WITS appraisal.
  • Validation of anatomically shaped cranial collimation (ACC) in orthodontic lateral cephalography. [Journal Article]
    Dentomaxillofac Radiol 2014; 43(3):20130396Hoogeveen RC, Guicherit PJ, … Berkhout WE
  • The use of an anatomically shaped cranial collimator (ACC) to reduce patient dose in orthodontic lateral cephalography was investigated in this study. The aim was to evaluate the potential interference of the ACC on landmark identification for orthodontic cephalometry. Consecutive orthodontic patients underwent a total of 100 cephalograms using an ACC mounted on a Veraviewepocs(®) 3D X550 (J. Mor…
  • Anatomically shaped cranial collimation (ACC) for lateral cephalometric radiography: a technical report. [Journal Article]
    Dentomaxillofac Radiol 2014; 43(1):20130203Hoogeveen RC, van der Stelt PF, Berkhout WE
  • Lateral cephalograms in orthodontic practice display an area cranial of the base of the skull that is not required for diagnostic evaluation. Attempts have been made to reduce the radiation dose to the patient using collimators combining the shielding of the areas above the base of the skull and below the mandible. These so-called "wedge-shaped" collimators have not become standard equipment in o…
  • Dentofacial changes in adults: a longitudinal cephalometric study in 22-33 and 33-43 year olds. [Journal Article]
    J Orofac Orthop 2012; 73(4):277-88Bondevik O
  • CONCLUSIONS: Changes of the human facial skeleton continue in the third and forth decade of life and are significant. However, the mandibular growth rate decreases between the third and fourth decade. Men generally have a larger anterior cranial base and a larger face. These gender differences continue to increase with advanced age. The sagittal position of the jaw bases became more retrognathic in women. The reason for the altered mandibular position is also a posterior rotation of the lower jaw. In men, the mandibular inclination remains more stable.
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