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Age- and sex-related changes in the normal human ear.
The objective of this study was to supply information about: (1) normal sex-related dimensions of ears (linear distances and ratios, area); (2) left-right symmetry; and (3) growth changes betweenExpand
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Morphometry of the soft tissues of the orbital region in Northern Sudanese persons.
The orbital region plays a predominant role in the evaluation of the craniofacial complex. No current normative data exist for Northern Sudanese subjects. In the current study information aboutExpand
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Craniofacial growth in ectodermal dysplasia. An 8 year longitudinal evaluation of Italian subjects.
OBJECTIVE To identify the main directions of growth of facial structures in subjects with hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia (HED). MATERIALS AND METHODS The 3D noninvasive facial measurements wereExpand
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Age- and sex-related changes in the soft tissues of the orbital region.
The orbital region plays a predominant role in the evaluation of the craniofacial complex. In the current study information about normal sex-related dimensions of the orbital region, and growth,Expand
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Three-dimensional facial distances of Northern Sudanese persons from childhood to young adulthood.
No current age- and gender-related normative data exist for the dimensions of facial structures in Northern Sudanese subjects. In the current study information about normal sex- and age-relatedExpand
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Active Head and Cervical Range of Motion: Effect of Age in Healthy Females
Study Design. A study on active cervical range of motion (RoM) in healthy females of different ages. Objective. Perform a three-dimensional quantitative analysis of active head-cervical RoM inExpand
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Validation of a technique for integration of a digital dental model into stereophotogrammetric images of the face using cone-beam computed tomographic data.
We wanted to find and validate a new way to visualise patients' faces and their dental arches non-invasively. The stereophotogrammetric images of the faces and the digitised dental casts of sevenExpand
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Anthropometric Indices of Facial Features in Down’s Syndrome Subjects
Down’s Syndrome (DS) is the most frequent live-born autosomal aneuploidy in humans, and it is characterized by a distinctive craniofacial phenotype. Qualitative reports and quantitativeExpand
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Epidemiology of HCV Genotypes in the Area of Lecce
P. GRIMA*, S. CATALDINI** , D. TOMMASI*** , M. GUIDO**** , G. GABUTTI**** , AND THE COLLABORATIVE GROUP FOR THE STUDY OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN SALENTO(*) * Infectious Diseases Dept., Hospital «S.Expand
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Registration of dental arch models in 3D facial volumes: an alternative to CBCT acquisitions
Digital 3D models of dental arches and facial soft tissues may constitute an important support for clinicians and maxillofacial surgeons. They can be obtained using a noninvasive and harmless method1Expand
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