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Computer-Assisted Virtual Simulation and Surgical Treatment for Facial Asymmetry Induced by Fibrous Dysplasia
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 Title & Authors
Computer-Assisted Virtual Simulation and Surgical Treatment for Facial Asymmetry Induced by Fibrous Dysplasia
Lee, Jung-woo;
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 Abstract
Fibrous dysplasia(FD) is a disorder in which normal bone is replaced with pathologic tissue. When occurring in craniofacial regions, the zygomaticomaxillary complex is most commonly affected and this pathologic lesion results in facial asymmetry. and By using computer-assisted virtual simulation, precise maxillofacial contouring was achieved for harmonious facial morphology and the surgical procedure was simplified and the surgery brought satisfactory results in terms of both esthetics and functionality.
 Keywords
Fibrous dysplasia;Facial asymmetry;Computer-assisted surgery;Surgical guide;CAD/CAM;
 Language
English
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