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  • K Hirose
  • 1990
Facial asymmetry is usually manifested in mandibular prognathism. This is probably because of the intervention of masticatory muscles in some way or another. Functional factors of masticatory muscles are also believed to be responsible for the relapse of facial disharmony even after surgical orthodontic treatment. In the present study, cephalometric(More)
The present study was motivated by the importance of the thyroid veins in surgery in the anterolateral cervical region, particularly in tracheostomies, the need for information on modern diagnostic imaging techniques and the lack of specific publications on the subject. The research was performed on 30 adult human specimens by means of dissection and(More)
OBJECTIVE To ensure good outcomes in the management of subarachnoid haemorrhage (SAH), accurate prediction is crucial for initial assessment of patients presenting with acute headache. We conducted this study to develop a new clinical decision rule using only objectively measurable predictors to exclude SAH, offering higher specificity than the previous(More)
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