J-F Gaudy

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The authors have studied the medial pterygoid muscle on 179 fresh cadavers using anatomical dissection and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The aim of this study was to define the general morphology and architectural organisation of the human medial pterygoid. Plane by plane dissection, anatomical sections in different spatial planes on half heads and(More)
A quantitative study of the elastic fibres found in the human temporomandibular disc and its attachments was performed. Seven left discs from 57- to 82-year-old subjects, without macroscopic evidence of a TMJ disorder, were analysed and prepared in parasagittal sections. The surface amount was measured, thresholded and expressed from 0 to 1, using(More)
A magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) study of the layout of the aponeurotic layers of the masseter muscle was done on a series of 18 patients, aged from 6 to 79 years. The study was undertaken in parallel with a study on 169 cadavers to correlate the anatomical dissection and MRI findings. The aims were as follows. On the cadavers, the results of dissection(More)
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