interseptal


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in·ter·sep·tal

(in'tĕr-sep'tăl),
Lying between two septa.

interseptal

(ĭn″tĕr-sĕp′tăl) [″ + saeptum, a partition]
Between two septa.
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Charoemratrote, "Interseptal bone reduction on the rate of maxillary canine retraction," Angle Orthodontist, vol.
BS radiation is not ideal for diagnostic purposes, because of the continuous energy range, interseptal penetration of high energy photons, and the creation of photons far from the radiation emission site [9,10].
Mini-implants are commonly inserted in the interseptal region, retromolar area and palate.
Os pulmoes dos Cobaios 3 e 4 apresentavam infiltrado neutrofilico multifocal acentuado na luz de alveolos e bronquiolos, edema interseptal e alveolar, trombos vasculares, alem de grande numero de macrofagos alveolares.
In 1998, Liou and Huang demonstrated the rapid canine retraction technique involving distraction of the PDL (PDLD) aided by alveolar surgery undermining the interseptal bone.
Bray (1976), has found a high correlation between the pretreatment existence of "notching" of the interseptal alveolar crest and the relapse of the orthodontically treated maxillary midline diastemas.
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