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The MRI-CBCT image co-registered images are seem to be useful for TMJ diagnostic research and educational fields, and has a great potential a routine clinical application to evaluate the TMJ soft and hard ... Conclusions: The MRI-CBCT image co-registration is a reliable and accurate tool to assess the TMJ internal derangement that may be particularly helpful for readers inexperienced in MRI, and provides a ... the mandibular movements and/or TMJ stability. ...doi:10.7939/r3j09wg9m fatcat:fyriyy2f4ffdjfaqz6hkvjt7ye
Tecnologias Aplicadas à Prática e ao Ensino da Odontologia
A mandibular defect in the region of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) has been, until today, a challenge for surgeons around the world. ... Oral conditions were analyzed through anamnesis and physical examination to indicate the medication. Control consultations were carried out daily to analyze remissionof lesions. ...doi:10.22533/at.ed.7282005063 fatcat:ln2hdwte6bb2xl7gns4pwdcode
Journal of Dental Sciences & Oral Rehabilitation
The first CBCT system became commercially available for dentomaxillofacial imaging in 2001 (New Tom QR DVT 9000; Quantitative Radiology, Verona, Italy). ... , support, stable occlusion, decrease in the forward sliding of the prosthesis and better control of the mandibular movements because of the proprioception feedback which increases the chewing efficiency ... Variation of root fusion that included a two canal system on the palatal aspect. 3 4 Benenati , Barbizam al carried out an in vitro study of two maxillary second molars with four canals and two different ...fatcat:3sxltnl4zzbpriqd7qltkh2khq