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Differential Diagnosis of Skeletal Class III

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Radiographic Comparison of Vertical Skeletal and Dental Parameters in Skeletal Open Bite

Orthod. 2012;82(3):432-440. 12. Alkofide EA. The shape and size of the sella turcica in skeletal Class I, Class II, and Class III Saudi subjects. Eur J Orthod. 2007;29(5):457-463. 13. Andredaki M, Koumantanou A, Dorotheou D, Halazonetis DJ. A cephalometric morphometric study of the sella turcica. Eur J Orthod. 2007;29(5):449-456. 14. Pisaneschi M, Kapoor G. Imaging of the sella and parasellar region. Neuroimaging Clinics of North America. 2005;15:203-219. 15. Jones RM, Faqir A, Millett DT, Moos KF, McHugh S. Bridging and dimensions of sella

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Evaluation of the Skeletal Maturation Using Lower First Premolar Mineralisation

References 1. Lee JH, Kang YG, Lee KS, Nam JH. Maturation of cervical vertebrae in relation to menarche. Korean J Orthod. 2009;39:28-35. 2. Cho S, Hwang C. Skeletal maturation evaluation using mandibular third molar development in adolescents. Korean J Orthod. 2009;39(2):120-129. 3. Bishara SE. Textbook of orthodontics, Ed. Saunders, 2001, pp. 75-80. 4. Lamparski DG. Skeletal age assessment utilizing cervical vertebrae. Pittsburgh (PA): University of Pittsburgh, 1972, pp. 6-11. 5

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The cooperation between orthodontists and surgeons in treating facial skeletal deformities

orthognathic surgery. Angle Orthod. 2010;80:361-6. 8. Takada K, Petdachai S, Sakaduda M. Changes in dentofacial morphology in skeletal Class III children treated by a modified maxillary protraction headgear and a chin cup: a longitudinal cephalometric appraisal. Eur J Orthod. 1993;15:211-21. 9. Freeman CS, Mc Namara JA Jr, Bacetti T, et al. Treatment effects of the bionator and high-pull facebow combination followed by fixed appliances in patients with increased vertical demensions Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop. 2007

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Effects of skeletal muscle denervation on potency of rocuronium

Chem. 1988; 263:12878-85. 4. Ma J, Shen J, Garrett JP, Lee CA, Li Z, Elsaidi GA, Ritting A, et al. Gene expression of myogenic regulatory factors, nicotinic acetylcholine receptor subunits, and GAP-43 in skeletal muscle following denervation in a rat model. J Orthop Res. 2007; 25: 1498-505. 5. Nosek MT, Martyn JA. Na+ channel and acetylcholine receptor changes in muscle at sites distant from burns do not simulate denervation. J Appl Physiol. 1997; 82: 1333-9. 6. Ibebunjo C, Martyn JA. Thermal injury induces greater

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Evolutive particularities in Diffuse Idiopathic Skeletal Hyperostosis associated with Spinal Stenosis – case report

References 1. Helfgott, S.M., Tugwell, P. & Romain, P.L. (2015). Diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis (DISH) , UpToDate, Retrieved Aprilie 6, 2015, from UpToDate database on the World Wide Web : 2. Nascimento, F.A., Gatto, L.A.M., Lages, R.O., Neto, H.M., Demartini, Z. & Koppe, G.L. (2014). Diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis : A review, Surg Neurol Int, 5 (Suppl 3), S122-S125, DOI: 10.4103/2152-7806.130675 3. Holton, K.F., Denard, P.J., Yoo, J.U., Kado, D.M., Barrett-Connor, E. & Marshall, L.M., Osteoporotic

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The effect of radiation dose on mouse skeletal muscle remodeling

References 1. Wolfe RR. The underappreciated role of muscle in health and disease. Am J Clin Nutr 2006; 84: 475-82. 2. Gulati AK. The effect of X-irradiation on skeletal muscle regeneration in the adult rat. J Neurol Sci 1987; 78: 111-120. 3. Rosenblatt JD, Parry DJ. Gamma irradiation prevents compensatory hypertrophy of overloaded mouse extensor digitorum longus muscle. J Appl Physiol 1992; 73: 2538-43. 4. Rosenblatt JD, Parry DJ. Adaptation of rat extensor digitorum longus muscle to gamma

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Red blood cell transfusion and skeletal muscle tissue oxygenation in anaemic haematologic outpatients

Introduction Anaemia is state of decreased blood oxygen carrying capacity. 1 Acute anaemia is associated with increased tissue oxygen extraction. 2 On the other hand, with chronic anaemia human body has time to at least partially adapt to decreased blood oxygen carrying capacity. 3 , 4 Near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) is non-invasive method to assess tissue oxygenation (StO 2 ) and estimate tissue haemoglobin (THb) levels. 5 We have studied skeletal muscle StO 2 in critically ill patients with preserved oxygen ( i.e ., cardiogenic shock) and with

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Ketogenic Diet and Skeletal Muscle Hypertrophy: a Frenemy Relationship?

Introduction Interactions between nutrition and skeletal muscle hypertrophy have been widely investigated. Several studies have analysed the effects of different macronutrients ( Escobar et al., 2016 ; Phillips, 2017 ; Witard et al., 2016 ) and the energy intake amount ( Hector et al., 2018 ) on muscle mass variations. Indeed, the size of skeletal muscle is the result of the balance between muscle protein synthesis (MPS) and muscle protein breakdown (MPB). The algebraic sum of MPS and MPB results in the net protein balance (NPB). Only with a positive NPB it

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Evaluation of dental and skeletal maturity using digital panoramic radiographs and digital cephalograms

The study of stages of development is important for interventional therapies, and treatment of trauma and accidents. It is also helpful in forensic identification. The best way to assess the growth and development is to assess skeletal maturity. Radiographs are effective tools for assessing bone maturity in dentistry. During growth, every bone goes through a series of ossification changes that can be seen radiologically. There are some exceptions, but the events are reproducible enough to provide a basis for comparison between different individuals [ 1 ]. Use

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