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Facial soft tissue thickness differences among three skeletal classes in Japanese population.
Facial reconstruction is used in forensic anthropology to recreate the face from unknown human skeletal remains, and to elucidate the antemortem facial appearance. This requires accurate assessmentExpand
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Pilot study of facial soft tissue thickness differences among three skeletal classes in Japanese females.
Facial reconstruction is a technique used in forensic anthropology to estimate the appearance of the antemortem face from unknown human skeletal remains. This requires accurate skull assessment (forExpand
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Facial soft tissue thickness in Japanese children.
Facial reconstruction techniques used in forensic anthropology are based on mean soft tissue thickness measurements. Numerous studies of facial tissue thickness in adults have been published on aExpand
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Abundance of non-conservative microplastics in the upper ocean from 1957 to 2066
Laboratory-based studies have suggested that marine organisms can be harmed by ingesting microplastics. However, unless the current and future microplastic abundance in the ocean environment isExpand
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Safety of a novel galacto-oligosaccharide: Genotoxicity and repeated oral dose studies
A series of safety tests were undertaken on a novel galacto-oligosaccharide (GOS) produced from lactose by a two-step enzymatic process involving Sporobolomyces singularis and Kluyveromyces lactis.Expand
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Panoramic radiography measurements, osteoporosis diagnoses and fractures in Japanese men and women.
OBJECTIVES The purpose of this study was to investigate the association of the shape of the mandibular cortex on panoramic radiographs with the risk of an osteoporosis diagnosis without prevalentExpand
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Development of a B-factory monolithic active pixel detector-the continuous-acquisition pixel prototypes
Future vertex detection at an upgraded KEK-B factory, currently the highest luminosity collider in the world, will require a detector technology capable of withstanding the increased track densityExpand
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Sonographic appearances of cervical lymph nodes in healthy young Japanese adults: Association with age, sex, and body mass index
We investigated whether there was any association between age, sex, and body mass index (BMI) and nodal morphology and vascular pattern in healthy young Japanese adults.
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Root canal system of the maxillary canine.
To better assess the efficacy of mechanical preparation of root canals, transparent specimens of 250 extracted maxillary canines were investigated for canal configuration, thickness and curvature ofExpand
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Detecting young Japanese adults with undetected low skeletal bone density using panoramic radiographs.
OBJECTIVE The cortical width below the mental foramen of the mandible determined from panoramic radiographs is a useful screening tool for identifying elderly individuals with a low skeletal boneExpand
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