A cineradiographic study of chin marker positioning: implications for the strain gauge transduction of jaw movement.


Three normal adult subjects were filmed using lateral-view, high-speed cineradiography to measure the amount of movement of external skin points on the jaw relative to the underlying jaw bone. Metal markers were secured to the skin to simulate cantilever beam attachment points commonly utilized in the strain gauge transduction of jaw movements. Standard… (More)


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