Alberto Rossetti

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INTRODUCTION Several noninvasive methods are used for 3-dimensional (3D) morphologic facial and dental analysis to aid practitioners during diagnosis and treatment planning. Integrating dental and facial noninvasive 3D reproduction could improve the efficacy of treatment management. METHODS Dental virtual model and soft-tissue facial morphology were(More)
The repeatability of a non-invasive digital protocol proposed to evaluate the three-dimensional (3D) position of the occlusal plane in the face is assessed. Dental virtual models and soft tissue facial morphology of 20 adult subjects were digitally integrated using a 3D stereophotogrammetric imaging system. The digital 3D coordinates of facial and dental(More)
VLBA observations are presented for 6 compact radio sources selected from the Peacock & Wall catalogue. From the new morphological and spectral information 2 objects that in the Peacock and Wall catalogue are flat spectrum (α ≤ 0.5) sources, appear to be double sided objects with linear sizes of the order of one kpc. Three are core-jet sources and the last(More)
PURPOSE To better manage dental treatment outcome, a previsualization of desired appearances can be used to understand patients' wishes. A deeper comprehension of labial modifications related to hard-tissue movements is advantageous. The purpose of the study was to evaluate tooth restoration-induced labial displacements in three dimensions. MATERIALS AND(More)
Aims. We completed observations with the Effelsberg 100-m radio telescope to measure the polarised emission from a complete sample of Compact Steep-Spectrum sources and improve our understanding of the physical conditions inside and around regions of radio emission embedded in dense interstellar environments. making use of the polarimeters available at the(More)
We present new polarisation observations at 13 cm, acquired using the Westerbork Synthesis Radio Telescope (WSRT), of 65 sources, from the B3-VLA sample of Compact Steep-Spectrum sources. These new data are combined with our VLA polarisation data, at 3.6, 6 and, 21 cm, presented in a previous paper. Due to the multi-channel frequency capabilities of the(More)
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