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Title: Analytical approach within cephalometric studies assessment in people with various somatotypes
Authors: Domenyuk, S.
Доменюк, С.
Keywords: Physiological occlusion;Dental jaw segment;Jaw size;Llateral teleradiography;Type of facial section growth
Issue Date: 2019
Citation: Dmitrienko, S; Domenyuk, D; Melekhov, S; Domenyuk, S; Weisheim, L. Analytical approach within cephalometric studies assessment in people with various somatotypes // ARCHIV EUROMEDICA. - 2019. - Том: 9. - Выпуск: 3. - Стр.: 103-111
Series/Report no.: ARCHIV EUROMEDICA
Abstract: Morphological studies require not only a qualitative description of the object studied, yet also a detailed account of its quantitative features. The outcome of studying lateral head teleradiographies in 127 persons with a complete set of permanent teeth and physiological occlusion was used to develop a method for measuring the jaws in the sagittal plane, as well as a method for identifying the proportion between the alveolar process anteroposterior dimensions of the upper jaw and the alveolar part of the lower jaw. Only 75.59 +/- 4.37% of the patients with physiological occlusion were found to have a proportional relationship between the sagittal dimensions of the maxillary alveolar process and the mandibular alveolar part; 14.71 +/- 4.29% of the patients had the maxillary sagittal dimensions prevailing, while 8.82 +/- 3.44% had the mandibular alveolar part prevailing over the sagittal dimensions of the maxillary alveolar process. People with the neutral type of the facial area, have a mandibular angle of 120.73 +/- 1.18 degrees, while the maxillofacial angle shaped by the intersection of the craniofacial and mandibular planes is 43.51 +/- 2.87 degrees. People with the horizontal facial growth type feature a significant decrease in the maxillofacial angle to 36.61 +/- 2.17 degrees, and in case of the vertical - an increase to 51.24 +/- 1.22 degrees. Advanced methods of dentoalveolar anomalies X-ray diagnostics would allow not only minimizing errors associated with instrumental methods employed for measuring the maxillofacial area structure, but also achieving optimal functional and aesthetic outcomes due to the orthodontic treatment predictability
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