Robert E. Rosenblum

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This study was undertaken to evaluate whether the majority of Class II skeletal patterns are mandibular retrusive or maxillary protrusive and also to compare four maxillary sagittal cephalometric indicators and four mandibular sagittal cephalometric indicators in a skeletal Class II sample. The Fishman SMA method was used to stratify the subjects into 11(More)
The purpose of this study was to investigate dentoalveolar changes related to mandibular forward growth in persons with Class II malocclusions. The longitudinal cephalometric films of 40 subjects with untreated Class II malocclusions from mean age 8.8 to 17.8 years (before and after pubertal growth) were analyzed and compared with the Bolton norms. There(More)
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