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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.25.2007.tde-09112007-144010
Document
Author
Full name
Renato Yassutaka Faria Yaedú
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
Bauru, 2007
Supervisor
Committee
Chinellato, Luiz Eduardo Montenegro (President)
Bertoz, Francisco Antonio
Capelozza, Ana Lúcia Alvares
Gabrielli, Mario Francisco Real
Sant'Ana, Eduardo
Title in Portuguese
Avaliação comparativa do padrão de normalidade do perfil facial em pacientes brasileiros xantodermas com o padrão de brasileiros leucodermas
Keywords in Portuguese
Cefalometria
Cirurgia bucal
Ortodontia
Planejamento de assistência ao paciente e valores de referência
Abstract in Portuguese
A cirurgia ortognática utiliza-se de medidas do perfil tegumentar para estabelecer uma relação direta com as bases ósseas. Sabe-se, entretanto, que métodos digitais vêm sendo empregados para auxiliar na precisão e predição do planejamento cirúrgico. O presente estudo comparou as medidas, obtidas da análise cefalométrica dos tecidos moles, de brasileiros xantodermas com as obtidas por SANT'ANA de brasileiros leucodermas. O trabalho foi realizado utilizando telerradiografias, em norma lateral, digitalizadas e medidas pelo programa Dolphin Imaging 9.0. Treze indivíduos (9 homens e 4 mulheres) satisfizeram os critérios de inclusão e constituíram a amostra do trabalho. Os resultados obtidos foram inseridos em uma planilha do programa Microsoft Excel e foram submetidos à análise estatística com o teste t paramétrico não pareado. Os resultados mostraram que os brasileiros xantodermas apresentam terço médio mais proeminente, lábio inferior mais espesso, ângulo nasolabial mais agudo, ângulo do lábio inferior maior e o incisivo superior mais protruído em relação aos brasileiros xantoderamas. A conclusão do trabalho foi a existência de diferenças estatisticamente significantes no perfil mole entre os brasileiros xantodermas e leucodermas.
Title in English
Comparative evaluation of the pattern of the facial profile in brazilian xanthoderm patients with the pattern of brazilian leukoderm
Keywords in English
Cephalometry
Oral surgery
Patiente care planing and reference value
Abstract in English
Orthognathics surgery uses the measure of soft tissue profile to stablish a relation with osseous basis. However, digital methods have been used to help the prediction and accuracy of surgical planning. The present study compared the measures obtained from the cephalometric analysis of the soft tissues from brazilian xanthoderm (Japanese) with the ones obtained by SANT'ANA from brazilian leukoderm (white). The work was performed by using cephalometric radiograph and measured by the Dolphin Imagin 9.0 program. Thirteen individuals (9 male and 4 female) were the sample of this work. The results were inserted in an Excel program and were analysed with the non paired parametric t test. The results showed that the brazilian xanthoderm have the medium third more prominent, thicker lower lip, sharper nasolabial angle, bigger lower lip angle and bigger inclination of the superior incisive of soft profile. The conclusion of the present study with the methodology was that there are statistically significant differences between brazilian xanthoderm and leukoderm.
 
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2007-11-09
 
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