Publication Type:

Journal Article

Source:

Contemporary Clinical Dentistry, Medknow Publications, Volume 6, Number 3, p.293-298 (2015)

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https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-84938510160&partnerID=40&md5=9e25804262bf5082a4a8bf5102147e6a

Abstract:

<p>Background and Objectives: A normal airway is required for the normal growth of the craniofacial structures. The present study was designed to evaluate and compare the airway in Class I and Class II skeletal pattern and to see if there is any association between the airway and maxillomandibular relationship. Materials and Methods: Peripheral nervous system computed tomography scans of 30 patients were divided into two groups as Class I (ANB ≤ 4.5°), Class II (ANB ≥ 4.5°). The Dolphin three-dimensional version 11 was used to assess the airway. Statistical Analysis: Correlations between the variables were tested with the Pearson correlation coefficient. Independent sample t-test was performed to compare the averages between the two groups. P &lt;<strong> 0.05 was considered as statistically significant. Results: The ANB angle was negatively correlated with all the airway parameters. The airway area and volume was significantly reduced in Class II subjects compared to Class I. Conclusion: The results suggest a strong association between the airway and skeletal pattern showing a reduced airway in Class II patients with a high ANB angle.</strong></p>

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D. Paul, K., S. Varma N., and V., A. V., “Airway in Class i and Class II skeletal pattern: A computed tomography study”, Contemporary Clinical Dentistry, vol. 6, pp. 293-298, 2015.

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