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Are Portable Stereophotogrammetric Devices Reliable in Facial Imaging? A Validation Study of VECTRA H1 Device.
PURPOSE Modern 3-dimensional (3D) image acquisition systems represent a crucial technologic development in facial anatomy because of their accuracy and precision. The recently introduced portableExpand
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The face in marfan syndrome: A 3D quantitative approach for a better definition of dysmorphic features
Marfan syndrome (MFS) is a rare hereditable disorder of connective tissue caused by mutations in the fibrillin‐1 gene FBN1. Timely diagnosis of MFS is essential to prevent life‐threateningExpand
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The nasal septum deviation index (NSDI) based on CBCT data.
OBJECTIVE To assess whether three-dimensional morphometric parameters could be useful in nasal septal deviation (NSD) diagnosis and, secondarily, whether CBCT could be considered an adequate imagingExpand
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Facial thirds-based evaluation of facial asymmetry using stereophotogrammetric devices: Application to facial palsy subjects.
Many conditions can compromise facial symmetry, resulting in an impairment of the affected person from both esthetic and functional points of view. For these reasons, a detailed, focused, andExpand
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Three-dimensional facial anatomy evaluation: Reliability of laser scanner consecutive scans procedure in comparison with stereophotogrammetry.
Laser scanner devices are acquiring a growing importance in facial anatomy. Most studies have analysed facial scans obtained through two simultaneous captures, whereas the same result can be obtainedExpand
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Laser scanner compared with stereophotogrammetry for measurements of area on nasal plaster casts.
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Assessing symmetry of zygomatic bone through three-dimensional segmentation on computed tomography scan and "mirroring" procedure: A contribution for reconstructive maxillofacial surgery.
PURPOSE Surgical reconstruction of zygomatic bones in cases of traumatic injuries is a frequent event: assessment of symmetry is mandatory for a correct restoration of zygomatic shape, but theExpand
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Facial Evaluation in Holoprosencephaly
Abstract Holoprosencephaly (HPE) is a malformation of the brain, occurring during the first weeks of pregnancy, that may be associated with several craniofacial alterations and different pathologicalExpand
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Reanimation of the paralyzed lids by cross-face nerve graft and platysma transfer.
Alterations of facial muscles may critically humper patients' quality of life. One of the worst conditions is the reduction or abolition of eye blinking. To prevent these adverse effects, surgicalExpand
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The face of Glut1‐DS patients
Glut1 deficiency syndrome (Glut1‐DS) is a neurological and metabolic disorder caused by impaired transport of glucose across the blood brain barrier (BBB). Mutations on the SCL2A1 gene encoding theExpand
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