Karl Debray

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The proposed biodynamic model of the articular disc joint has the ability to affect directly the complete chewing mechanism process and its related muscles defining its kinematics. When subjected to stresses from the mastication muscles, the disc absorbs one part and redistributes the other to become completely distorted. To develop a realistic model of(More)
INTRODUCTION On account of its specific biodynamics, the disc joint located at the very heart of the joint can impact every constituent of the manducatory system. The disc is deformed when subjected to stresses exerted by the muscles of mastication which it partly absorbs and partly redistributes. MATERIALS AND METHODS CT-scan slices and MRI images of a(More)
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