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OBJECTIVE When fractured, zygomas rotate and dislocate. The present study quantitatively elucidates the pattern of the rotation. METHODS 50 patients with tri-pod-type zygoma fractures were involved in this study. After defining a 3-dimensional coordinate system--consisting of the M-L axis (the axis directed from the medial to lateral side of the skull),… (More)
1. Introduction The purpose of our study is to develop a system of communication where two or more medicine specialists of remote areas are able to share a single PC desktop screen for exchange in case examinations and operation plans.
This paper proposes an effective approach for the construction of on-line educational video materials. We have made use of HTTP proxy through which Web-based lecture slides are accessed. The timing information stored in the proxy can be used when dividing the lecture video into shots and generating image indexes automatically. We have implemented a video… (More)
The present study aims to elucidate the relationship between preoperative deviation patterns of fractured zygomas and treatment outcomes. Forty-five randomly selected patients with tri-pod type zygoma fractures were classified into a medial rotation group and a lateral rotation group, depending on preoperative deviation patterns. A minimum of 6 months after… (More)