XROMM analysis of tooth occlusion and temporomandibular joint kinematics during feeding in juvenile miniature pigs.

@article{Menegaz2015XROMMAO,
  title={XROMM analysis of tooth occlusion and temporomandibular joint kinematics during feeding in juvenile miniature pigs.},
  author={Rachel A Menegaz and David B Baier and Keith A Metzger and Susan W. Herring and Elizabeth L Brainerd},
  journal={The Journal of experimental biology},
  year={2015},
  volume={218 Pt 16},
  pages={2573-84}
}
Like humans, domestic pigs are omnivorous and thus are a common model for human masticatory function. Prior attempts to characterize food-tooth interactions and jaw movements associated with mastication have been limited to aspects of the oral apparatus that are visible externally (with videography) and/or to 2D movements of oral structures (with monoplanar videofluoroscopy). We used XROMM, a 3D technique that combines CT-based morphology with biplanar videofluoroscopy, to quantify mandibular… CONTINUE READING
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