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Id: 180746
Autor: Ríos Villasis, LK; Soldevilla Galarza, L.
Título: Relación entre los estadios de maduración esqueletal y calcificación dentaria / Relationship between stages of skeletal maturation and tooth calcification
Fonte: Av. odontoestomatol;30(1):23-28, ene.-feb. 2014. graf, tab.
Idioma: es.
Resumo: Introducción: El propósito del estudio fue determinar el grado de correlación entre los estadios de calcificación dentaria según Demirjian para caninos, primeras y segundas premolares inferiores, y los estadios de maduración ósea de Fishman (curva de crecimiento puberal). Material y métodos: La muestra consistió en 72 pares de radiografías panorámicas y carpales, 41 de hombres (56,94%) y 31 de mujeres (43,06%), tomadas el mismo día. La muestra se agrupó según sexo y lado a que pertenecía cada diente analizado. Se utilizaron la prueba de correlación de Spearman y tablas de distribución de frecuencia. Resultados: Las correlaciones encontradas fueron significativas en todos los casos; la correlación más alta respecto a Fishman se dio con el canino izquierdo (0,766), y la más baja con el segundo premolar izquierdo (0,581), la más alta correlación en cuanto a calcificación dentaria se dio entre caninos de ambos lados (0,985). El estadio G de calcificación dentaria según Demirjian, coincidió con el pico máximo de crecimiento puberal en mujeres (estadio 6 de Fishman); y en hombres coincidió con la calcificación del sesamoideo (estadio 4 de Fishman). Conclusiones: Se concluye que existe correlación significativa entre los estadios de maduración ósea de Fishman y los estadios de calcificación dentaria

Introduction: The purposeof the study was to determine the degree of correlation between the Demirjian Stages of Calcification of mandibular cuspids, first and second bicuspids and the stages of carpal bone maturation Fishman. Material y methods: The sample calculated at a level of significance of 95% (p<0.05) consisted of double sets of panoramic and wrist radiographs (41 males, 56.94% y 31 females 43.06%) taken the same day. The sample was subdivided according to sex and the side to which each tooth analyzed belonged. Spearman correlation test and tables of frequency distribution were used. Results: The correlation found was of significance in all cases, with the higher Fishman correlation found in the left cuspid (0.766) and the lowest correlation in the right second bicuspid (0.581). The higher correlation due to dental calcification was found between the cupids of both sides (0.985). Demirjian's G calcification stage coincided with the female pubertal growth spurt (stage 6 of Fishman), and males coincided with calcification the sesamoid (stage 4 of Fishman). Conclusion: We conclude that there is a high significance correlation between the stages of calcification of mandibular cuspids, first and second bicuspids and the stages of carpal bone maturation Fishman
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Id: 98944
Autor: Akgül, Nilgün; Caglayan, Fatma; Durna, Nurhan; Sümbüllü, Muhammed-Akif; Akgül, Hayati-Murat; Durna, Dogan.
Título: Evaluation of enamel pearls by cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT)
Fonte: Med. oral patol. oral cir. bucal (Internet);17(2):218-222, mar. 2012. ilus, tab.
Idioma: en.
Resumo: Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate the frequency of enamel pearls according to population, sex and tooth groups on Cone-Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) or Dental Volumetric Tomography (DVT) scans of patients, retrospectively. Study Design: In this study, 15185 teeth belonging to 768 patients, 430 female and 338 male, was performed cross sectional examination by CBCT. The volumetric Computed Tomography used in the study is Newton FP based on flat-panel. The data were analyzed with Pearson chi-squared test. Results: Enamel pearls were detected in 36 subjects (4.69%). Of these enamel pearls, 19 were detected in male and17 were in male. There was no statistically a significant association between prevalence of enamel pearls and sex. All of enamel pearls were detected in molar teeth, for prevalence 0.83%.Conclusion: All of enamel pearls are found upper and lower molar teeth, especially the most commonly in maxillary second and third molars (AU)
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