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  • Infraorbital foramen location in the pediatric population: A guide for infraorbital nerve block. [Journal Article]
  • PAPaediatr Anaesth 2018; 28(8):697-702
  • Zdilla MJ, Russell ML, Koons AW
  • CONCLUSIONS: The infraorbital foramen was located within 2 mm, on average, from the nasospinale-to-jugale midpoint regardless of age group. Therefore, the nasospinale-to-jugale midpoint may serve as useful means of identifying the location of the infraorbital foramen in the pediatric population and aid in optimizing infraorbital nerve block procedures. The information in this report is valuable in general, but may be particularly useful in developing countries where there is a lack of ultrasound training and availability for health care providers; or places where infraorbital nerve block may be the sole anesthetic modality for cleft lip surgery, even among adolescent patients.
  • Cone-beam computed tomography transverse analyses. Part 2: Measures of performance. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2015; 148(2):253-63
  • Miner RM, Al Qabandi S, … Will LA
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study showed that although the TWM analysis had slightly better negative predictive and sensitivity values, the CBT analysis was overall better at both predictive value and sensitivity/specificity because of the limitations in J-point landmarks and the extent of the TWM analysis. Furthermore, the CBT analysis can distinguish between skeletal and dental discrepancies. Further work will test the analysis on additional samples with differing prevalences of crossbite.
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