The purpose of this study was to review patients who failed to survive blunt trauma and to determine whether there is a relationship between specific facial fracture patterns and death. This was a retrospective record review of patients with facial fractures admitted to a level I trauma center between January 1, and December 31, Facial fracture patterns were grouped as lower face mandiblemidface maxilla, zygoma, nose, and orbitsand upper face frontal bone.
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The aim of this study was to perform an analysis of angular measurements from both the full face and profileaccording to shapes of the human face. It was a descriptive and cross-sectional study of black Ivorian subjects. For each subject selected, two standardized photographs full face and profile were taken, followed by anthropometric measurements.
The data collected were analyzed using the SPSS In the present work, the faces were considered according to three particular qualifiers: The interlabial angles of average face and long face were wider than that of large face with.
The angle of the facial width was higher for large face and average face, compared to narrow face.
Median and bilateral angles lead to rational understanding of the various shapes of the human face. Introduction From the time of Ancient Greece to that day, the human face has been subject to various analyses [ 1 ].
And the early authors who paid attention to that topic were artists such as Pythagora and Leonard De Vinci. They set new standards aiming to express the harmony of this part of the body [ 23 ]. On top of the above stated, facial analyses have been widely used for the biological classification of individuals on the basis of their shape referred to as morphotype.
The facial morphotype stands as the typical shape of a face [ 4 ]. It is usually determined thanks to anthropometrical measures of the face. These descriptive measures allowed organizing the face shapes in different forms [ 5 ]. We then refer to very large face, large face, average or round face, long face or narrow, and very long face, according to international standards [ 67 ].
This organization allowed Yesmin et al. Based on the measurement of the length and facial width, these authors arranged the studied faces according to these predetermined shapes [ 8 ].
These different shapes of face are affected by ethnical, ecological, biological, geographical, gender, age, and nutritional factors [ 9 — 11 ].
Over our lifespan, for instance, the facial architecture grows through a development formation and senescence process. This change may be studied through angular measures [ 12 ].
Face shapes are also used to analyze some abnormalities. For example, the large face is sensitive to obstructive sleep apnea. And the symptoms feature a deep nasal breathing [ 13 ]. Moreover, other authors such as Cohen et al. In view of the above, the analysis of the morphological variability of the face reveals enormous interest in human biology, anthropology, medicine, and so forth.
As well dependent on the measurement of the facial width and length, this variability of the morphology of the face could be explained through other geometric representations such as angular measurements. Clearly on the face there is a correlation between the facial shape and the angular measurements determined in the frontal and lateral direction.
Despite the diversity of studies on the orofacial sphere, no study has sufficiently emphasized angular measures as factors that can influence the facial shape.Purpose: The purpose of this study was to review patients who failed to survive blunt trauma and to determine whether there is a relationship between specific facial fracture patterns and death.
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someone help,m what does this mean! dont really understand it. thankxStatus: Resolved. Keywords: Dental midline, Esthetic frame, Facial midline. How to cite this article: Thomas KJ, Cyriac MB, Subash A, Sasikumar P, Shetty R, Kumar M. A Study to compare and correlate the Relationship between Computer-assisted Facial Midline and Four Different clinically assessed Facial Midlines on Dentate Subjects in Dakshina Kannada.
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