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Effects of Rigid Plate Fixation and Subsequent Removal on Craniofacial Growth in Rabbits
Archives of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery
Objective: To examine the effects of rigid plate fixation (RPF) and subsequent removal on craniofacial growth in rabbits. Design: Randomized controlled experiment. Subjects: Thirty-two 6-week-old male New Zealand white rabbits. Interventions: Group 1 underwent exposure of the left nasofrontal suture and midzygomatic arch; group 2, RPF of the left nasofrontal suture and midzygomatic arch areas; group 3, single osteotomy at left nasofrontal suture and double osteotomies at midzygomatic arch withdoi:10.1001/archotol.124.4.444 pmid:9559694 fatcat:rtp34egqkrawjdwv4tia5illvm