nasomaxillary

nasomaxillary

pertaining to the maxilla and the nasal cavity.

nasomaxillary aperture
see nasomaxillary aperture.
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ON EXAMINATION: Diffuse swelling on the right side of nose (Figure 1) with obliteration of nasomaxillary groove, there was a growth protruding from the right nasal vestibule, pinkish in colour the irregular surface, probe test showed that it was sensitive to touch, firm in consistency, bleeds on touch, probe cannot be passed on the lateral aspect.
Sagittal growth of the nasomaxillary complex during the Second trimester of human prenatal development.
Ludwig B et al analysed rapid palatal expansion with hybrid Hyrax appliance and stated that it is a suitable device as it delivered a force at the resistance of the nasomaxillary complex through the 2 mini implants.
The highest indicator of DMA was observed among children at the age from 6 to 14 that coincides with the periods of change of a milk teeth and rapid growth of nasomaxillary complex.
This is in agreement with the study by Meral et al in 2004, (1) who demonstrated that vertical and sagittal growth of the mandible is a key factor in facial profile and depends on the nasomaxillary vertical complex, including the posterior dentoalveolar region, and suggested that most of the studies on the effects of treatment with extractions present variations due to the mechanics used.
He describes the history of the field in India; infection control in the pediatric dental clinic; clinic set-up; examination, diagnosis, and treatment planning; radiology; child development and behavior management; nutritional considerations; eruption of teeth, disturbances, and management; the development of dentition, the nasomaxillary complex, and mandible; and preventive and interceptive orthodontics.
3,18) The nasolacrimal duct develops during embryogenesis via secondary canalization from the nasolacrimal ridge that detaches from overlying nasomaxillary ectoderm and connects as a nasolacrimal rod with the developing inferior lateral nasal wall and later superiorly with the developing conjunctival sac.
anterior deflections) decreases with age; these findings are believed to have occurred as an effect of the growth of the nasomaxillary complex.
A good understanding of biomechanical concepts may optimize correction of Angle Class II malocclusion by using a CEA in association with a correctly directed line of force application, considering the desired movement and the center of resistance (CRe) of the molar, the maxilla and the nasomaxillary complex.
For male skulls, when different skull classes were compared, there was significant difference in the distance between nasomaxillary suture and anterior lacrimal crest.