Natapoom Vatanapatimakul

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The present study revealed an advanced method using data obtained from three-dimensional computed tomography (3D CT) to evaluate the craniometric data of the Thai population. Ninty-one Thai cadaveric dry skulls from the Faculty of Medicine, Khon Kaen University were investigated in the present study. It enabled the authors to assess the three-dimensional(More)
PURPOSE To present a rapid-prototype (RP) endoprosthesis replacement after tumor resection in patients with bone metastasis of the upper extremity. The short-term complications and functional outcomes were evaluated as well as the survival of patients and endoprosthesis. METHODS Bone metastasis patients who required bone resection and endoprosthesis(More)
PURPOSE The biomechanical performance of a novel engineered porous-structure implant (EPSI) with various porosities and a conventional solid-structure implant (CSSI) was investigated and compared. MATERIALS AND METHODS The three-dimensional finite element method was applied to titanium dental implant models placed in a block of bone that included both(More)
Lateral condylar prominence is a common problem after corrective osteotomy of the cubitus varus, which is believed to result from unequal opposing cut surfaces of lateral-based wedge osteotomy using a medial hinge. This study investigated this issue using a 3-dimensional CT data set consisting of images of the deformed elbow and the normal elbow of a(More)
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