Evaluation of the relationship between stylohyoid complex morphology and maxillary/mandibular position using cone beam computed tomography.

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Summary of "Evaluation of the relationship between stylohyoid complex morphology and maxillary/mandibular position using cone beam computed tomography."

The aim of this study was to examine the morphologic features of the stylohyoid complex (SHC) and its relation to maxillomandibular position using three-dimensional cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) images.


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Name: Folia morphologica
ISSN: 1644-3284


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