retrusion


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retrusion

 [re-troo´zhun]
the state of being located posterior to the normal position, such as the mandible or a tooth displaced in the line of occlusion.

re·tru·sion

(rē-trū'zhŭn),
1. Retraction of the mandible from any given point.
2. The backward movement of the mandible.
[L. retrudo, pp. -trusus, to push back]

retrusion

/re·tru·sion/ (re-troo´zhun) the state of being located posterior to the normal position, such as the mandible or a tooth displaced in the line of occlusion.retru´sive

retrusion

See retroversion, def 2.

re·tru·sion

(rĕ-trū'zhŭn)
1. Retraction of the mandible from any given point.
2. The backward movement of the mandible.
3. The act or process of forcing something back.
[L. re-trudo, pp. -trusus, to push back]

re·tru·sion

(rĕ-trū'zhŭn)
1. Retraction of mandible from any given point.
2. Backward movement of mandible.
[L. re-trudo, pp. -trusus, to push back]

retrusion (rētroo´zhən),

n teeth or jaws posterior to their normal positions.
retrusion, mandibular,
n abnormal retrusion of the mandible, as in a Class II malocclusion.
retrusion, maxillary,
n abnormal retrusion of the maxillae.
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Recently published studies showed that HFM patients presented both mandibular and maxillary retrusion in comparison with the control group, along with an increase in the vertical component; these patterns were more marked in the affected side and increased according to severity.
The number of children with retrusion and rotations of teeth was observed to decrease with the increasing size of residence.
La mayoria de las maloclusiones clase II estan asociadas a retrusion mandibular y para su tratamiento son utilizados cirugia, ortodoncia y aparatos ortopedicos funcionales, estos ultimos generan fuerzas ortopedicas principalmente en la mandibula y en la articulacion temporomandibular (ATM).
Forma de la cara ovalada, indice facial morfologico euriprosopo 81 %, labios protrusivos, retrusion mandibular (SNB 75[grados]) y (SND 70[grados]), patron de crecimiento vertical (OP-SN 32[grados]), incisivo inferior proinclinado (L1-Go-Gn 109[grados]).
El tratamiento precoz trae resultados satisfactorios con alteraciones esqueleticas, lo que beneficia mucho al paciente principalmente los que presentan retrusion maxilar.
Kalra and coworkers reported on the use of a fixed magnetic appliance with repelling magnets for Class II division I cases with mandibular retrusion and increased lower face height (51).
Maxillofacial characteristics affecting chin deviation between mandibular retrusion and prognathism patients.
Intrusion (con fuerzas de muy baja intensidad) y retrusion de sector antero-superior, para disminuir overjet.
El SHLP desempena un papel importante en los movimientos de cierre, retrusion y estabilizacion de la cabeza condilar y del disco condilar durante los movimientos mandibulares e ipsilaterales del maxilar inferior.
The most common combinations are maxillary protrusion with normal mandible, mandibular retrusion with normal maxilla, maxillary protrusion combined with mandibular retrusion and posterior rotation of the mandible.
16) La resultante de esa mecanica de tratamiento fue la retrusion maxilar en la mayoria de los casos, hecho que obligaba a utilizar mascaras faciales para traccionar el maxilar.
Patients may present with abnormal jaw opening such as jaw deflection, jaw retrusion or a combination [7,12].