Context: Facial analysis is the first step in the evaluation of patients with orthodontic, cosmetic, or reconstructive procedures of the face, and one of the most important components of orthodontic diagnosis and treatment planning. It is a well-established fact that human faces differ from one another on the basis of race and ethnicity. The study will provide the aesthetic guidelines to assess the facial discrepancy in Bengali children to develop a proper treatment plan.
In studies of social inference and human mate preference, a wide but inconsistent array of tools for computing facial masculinity has been devised. Several of these approaches implicitly assumed that the individual expression of sexually dimorphic shape features, which we refer to as maleness, resembles facial shape features perceived as masculine. We outline a morphometric strategy for estimating separately the face shape patterns that underlie perceived masculinity and maleness, and for computing individual scores for these shape patterns.
In anesthesiology, the detection and anticipation of difficult tracheal intubation is crucial for patient safety. When undergoing general anesthesia, a patient who is unexpectedly difficult to intubate risks potential life-threatening complications with poor clinical outcomes, ranging from severe harm to brain damage or death. Conversely, in cases of suspected difficulty, specific equipment and personnel will be called upon to increase safety and the chances of successful intubation.
Morphometry of stylomastoid foramen and its clinical application in facial nerve block. Exact localization of foramen holds the key to success, thus decreasing the complications. Wide racial variation exists in position of stylomastoid foramen in different population groups.
Skip to search form Skip to main content. Three-dimensional facial morphometry of attractive children and normal children in the deciduous and early mixed dentition. Soft-tissue facial angles, distances, and volumes were computed.
E-mail address: p. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn more. A group of patients who had cancer as a child were previously found to have distinct patterns of morphological abnormalities.