Koutaro Maki

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INTRODUCTION Changes in the normal pattern of nasal respiration can profoundly affect the development of the craniofacial skeleton in both humans and experimental animals. The orthodontist is often(More)
INTRODUCTION In this prospective study, we compared differences in the diagnosis and treatment planning of impacted maxillary canines between 2 imaging modalities. METHODS Twenty-five consecutive(More)
INTRODUCTION Craniofacial morphology has a significant genetic component. It has recently been reported that single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in the growth hormone receptor gene (GHR) are(More)