Luis P Leite

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Many authors have studied the correlation of cranial base flexure and the degree of mandibular prognathism and classification of malocclusion. This indicates that the cranial base flexure may or may not have an effect on the degree of mandibular prognathism and classification of malocclusion. This study evaluates the correlation of the pretreatment cranial(More)
Cardiotocographic signals, used as a perinatal diagnostic tool, comprise fetal heart beat signals (FHR), uterine contractions (UC) and fetal movements (FM). Visual inspection of these three signals is limited, subjective, time consuming and with low reproducibility. The present paper illustrates an application of signal processing techniques to the(More)
During routine ultrasound examination of 178 normal pregnant women at 17-24 weeks, several biometric measurements were performed including transverse cerebellar diameter, cavum septum pellucidum, anterior and posterior horns of cerebral ventricles and nuchal soft tissue. The transverse cerebellar diameter is easy to obtain at this gestational age even in(More)
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