Adaptation of facial architecture in the Toulouse deformity (23.10.92)

@article{Janot2005AdaptationOF,
  title={Adaptation of facial architecture in the Toulouse deformity (23.10.92)},
  author={Fran{\'e}ois Janot and Catherine Strazielle and M Awazu Pereira Da Silva and Oliver Cussenot},
  journal={Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy},
  year={2005},
  volume={15},
  pages={75-76}
}
1Laboratoire d'EpidEmiologie et d'Odontologie L6gale, 2Laboratoire de Neuroanatomie Fonctionelle, Facult6 de Chirurgie Dentaire de Nancy 1, 96, avenue de Lattre de Tassigny, BP 3087, F-540t3 Nancy Cedex, France 3URA No. 49, Laboratoire d'Anthropologie, MNHN, Mus6e de l'Homme, 17, place du Trocad6ro, F-75016 Paris, France 4Laboratoire d'Anatomie, UFR Biom6dicale des Saints P~res, Paris V, Facult6 de M6decine Paris VII, Paris, France 
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