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ARTICULAR REMODELING IN THE ADULT HUMAN TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT.
Articular cartilage can proliferate sufficiently to alter the contours of joints, allowing them to adapt morphologically to various mechanical stresses. This remodeling has been classified into threeExpand
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The morphogenesis of the temporomandibular joint.
  • B. Moffett
  • Medicine
  • American journal of orthodontics
  • 1 June 1966
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Teratogenic effects of retinoic acid in pigtail monkeys (Macaca nemestrina). I. General features.
Daily oral administration of 10 mg/kg retinoic acid to pregnant Macaca nemestrina monkeys on days 20 to 44 resulted in a high frequency of craniofacial and musculoskeletal malformations. CraniofacialExpand
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Position paper of the American Academy of Craniomandibular Disorders. Craniomandibular (TMJ) disorders--the state of the art.
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Teratogenic effects of retinoic acid in pigtail monkeys (Macaca nemestrina). II. Craniofacial features.
The teratogenic effects of retinoic acid, the alcohol-soluble acid form of vitamin A, on the craniofacial complex of 11 macaque (Macaca nemestrina) whose mothers had received the compound from daysExpand
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Experimentally induced ankylosis and facial asymmetry in the macaque monkey.
Six Macaca nemestrina were used for induction of ankylosis by different methods. One TMJ capsule was either (a) mechanically damaged, (b) injected with sodium morrhuate, or (c) injected with a strainExpand
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The loading of bioglass-coated aluminium oxide implants to produce sutural expansion of the maxillary complex in the pigtail monkey (Macaca nemestrina).
Abstract Implants were placed bilaterally in the maxilla or premaxilla of three pigtail monkeys. Although the implants placed anteriorly were not stable to expansile forces, posterior onesExpand
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The cloverleaf skull anomaly: an anatomic and histologic study of two specimens.
Two neonatal human specimens exhibiting the cloverleaf skull anomaly were studied in detail using gross, radiographic and histologic techniques. Both specimens exhibited premature fusion of the rightExpand
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The postnatal development of the human temporomandibular joint.
Fifty-one temporomandibular joints (24 male, 27 female) obtained at autopsy were used in the study. Forty-four specimens were younger than ten years while others ranged to 21 years. These joints wereExpand
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