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CORRELATION BETWEEN NASOLABIAL ANGLE AND MAXILLARY INCISOR INCLINATION

@inproceedings{Jan2015CORRELATIONBN,
  title={CORRELATION BETWEEN NASOLABIAL ANGLE AND MAXILLARY INCISOR INCLINATION},
  author={Abdullah Jan and Hamza Rehman and Nida Taifur and Azhar Ali Bangash},
  year={2015}
}
  • Abdullah Jan, Hamza Rehman, +1 author Azhar Ali Bangash
  • Published 2015
  • Computer Science
  • Objective: To find out the relationship between nasolabial angle and maxillary incisor inclination Study Design: Cross sectional study Patients and Methods: On the basis of inclusion criteria; 208 good quality lateral cephalograms were traced. Nasolabial angle and maxillary incisor to S-N plane were drawn. Correlation was done by using Pearson correlation coefficient (r). Bivariate analysis was done. p value was also determined. A p value of less than 0.05 was considered to be statistically… CONTINUE READING

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