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stud·y cast

(stŭdē kast)
Positive reproduction of teeth and surrounding structures for the purpose of study and treatment planning; created by pouring to allow an impression in plaster or stone.
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Patients were included in the study if 1) they began and completed treatment at the UPR's orthodontic graduate clinic, 2) their post-treatment panoramic x-rays and study casts were made no later than 1 year after treatment was completed, 3) their cases conformed to the ABO's clinical examination specifications, which specifications pertain to 10 categories defined by the pretreatment malocclusion or by the Discrepancy Index scores (14).
The study cast a shadow over a growing segment of the pharmaceutical industry that expanded by 23 percent in the United States from 2006 to 2010 and generated about 2 billion dollars in annual sales.
03 after a new study cast doubt over the company's Tamoxifen drug.
Results from a nationwide study cast doubt on the common belief that children in single-parent households are better off living with their same-sex parent.
uk/science/2013/feb/04/neanderthals-modern-humans-research) One recent study cast doubt on this narrative by dating the Neanderthal extinction in Spain to tens of thousands of years before ancient humans got to Europe.
This is a much higher prevalence than had been previously reported by others, probably because investigators in this study cast a wider net and used state-of-the-art polymerase chain reaction methods in the search.
Gallic worries were allayed further when the study cast doubt on the assumption that thin models had become icons for a fashion-conscious youth.
The inclusion criterion was; (1) Study cast casts which are of good quality.
Study cast were made using Type III gypsum to evaluate the presence and location, shape and size of TP.
Study cast were analyzed to determine mesial and distal rotations of the maxillary first molars.
Pre and post distalization lateral cephalogram and study cast were used as evaluation tools.
Forty study casts (80%) were found to be in need of orthodontic treatment, while 10 (20%) were found to be having no need of orthodontic treatment.

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