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Architecture of the human lateral pterygoid muscle: A three-dimensional analysis.
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Results. The LP is a fan-shaped, non-pennate muscle with marked architectural variation. The superior head (SH) origin is limited to the superomedial margin of the inferior orbital fissure (infratemporal aspect). Sixty-two percent of SH bundle insertions were into the TMJ disc-capsule-complex. There were a mean of 130 fibre bundles per specimen, and the mean overall length of digitized fibre bundles was 26.4 mm. Specimens with displaced discs (35%) exhibited shorter and more LP bundles, but without statistically different muscle insertion patterns.Purpose. To describe the architecture of the human lateral pterygoid (LP) muscle at the individual fibre bundle level.Conclusions. The LP shows significant architectural variation. Muscle insertion pattern was not a predictor of disc displacement. SHLP origin is different from that reported in previous literature.Materials and methods. Twenty cadaveric LP muscles were dissected. Individual fibre bundles were dissected and digitized, followed by 3-D visualization and quantification of architecture.
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One of the jaw muscles particularly implicated in temporomandibular disorders (TMD), a common form of non-dental chronic orofacial pain, is the human lateral pterygoid muscle.
Three -Dimensional Finite Element Analysis of Human Mandible to Calculate Muscle Forces. September the lateral pterygoid is the only muscle of mastication that assists in openi ng of jaw. Jun 29, · Murray GM, Phanachet I, Uchida S, Whittle T.
The role of the human lateral pterygoid muscle in the control of horizontal jaw movements. J Orofac Pain. ;– Discussion – PubMed Google Scholar. The temporalis muscle is the most commonly used local muscle for facial flaps in reconstructive surgery.
1 Temporalis muscle flaps were first described by Sir Harold Gillies 2 to reconstruct deformities caused by loss of the zygomatic bone.
Since then, temporalis muscle flaps have been used in different surgical repairs, including closure of maxillary defects after tumor resection,3, 4 as an Cited by: 6.
Jan 10, · The CSAs of the masseter, medial pterygoid, and lateral pterygoid were found to be comparable between the two mice strains (Fig 2C, 2F and 2N). The CSA of the anterior part of the TVP was smaller in the BALB/cA mice than that in the C57BL6J mice (P.
The pterygoideus externus, the external pterygoid muscle or the lateral pterygoid muscle is a short muscle with two origin heads. One origin head of the muscle is on the sphenoid bone while the second one is on the lateral pterygoid plate. The insertion point is located on the neck of the mandible.
This book provides a comprehensive scientific investigation into every aspect of craniomandibular muscle function in both human and experimental animal studies. Topics discussed cover three broad areas: the anatomical, physiological, and histochemical.
oral surgery Editor: ROBERT B. SHIRA, D.D.S. School of Dental Medicine, Tufts University 1 Kneeland Street Boston Massachusetts An architectural and structural craniofacial analysis: A new lateral cephalometric analysis J. Delaire, S.
Schendel, and J.-F. Tulasne,* Honolulu, Hawaii, and Nantes, France This architectural and structural craniofacial analysis is based upon mutual balance Cited by: Aug 28, · The lateral pterygoid muscle has two bellies.
The superior belly originates from the infratemporal surface of the greater wing of sphenoid. The inferior belly originates from the lateral surface of the lateral pterygoid plate. There is a wide gap between the two heads of the lateral pterygoid muscle that come together anterior to the hotellewin.com by: EMG activities of two heads of the human lateral pterygoid muscle in relation to mandibular condyle movement and biting force.
Neurophysiol. 83, Huang, S., Sultan, C., Ingber., Pullan, A.J., Three-dimensional finite element modelling of muscle forces during mastication. Tensegrity In Biology Some background.
Jul 17, · The overall goal of this study was to evaluate the capability of DTI in the evaluation of human skeletal muscle injury. Specifically, DTI was used to assess muscle damage in the lower leg (gastrocnemius and soleus muscles) and to identify the diffusion-associated structural changes that relate to.
The role of passive muscle tensions in a three-dimensional dynamic model of the human jaw. further demonstrating the association between the temporalis and canine teeth.) A review of masticatory muscle function.
Electromyographic activity of the human lateral pterygoid muscle during contralateral and protrusive jaw movements. Jan 01, · Abstract. Anthropologists analyzing morphology for phylogenetic, functional, or behavioral purposes are confronted by a plethora of obstacles. Morphology is not free to vary but is subject to a number of constraints, which may be historical, developmental, and/or functional.
When surgically reducing a zygomaticomaxillary complex (ZMC) fracture (tripod fracture), the surgeon uses multiple landmarks to confirm adequate reduction.
The lateral orbital sidewall is the most reliable landmark as it is a three-dimensional landmark (junction of frontal bone, sphenoid, and zygoma). Size, History-Dependent, Activation and Three-Dimensional Effects on the Work and Power Produced During Cyclic Muscle Contractions Power Spectrum Analysis of Compound Muscle Action Potential in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Patients Myosin Isoform Composition of the Human Medial and Lateral Pterygoid Muscles.
8 November | Journal of Cited by: Abstract: In this study, a 3D finite element model of an intact mandible was used for the simulation of the movement of the lower jaw and analysis of the effects of TemporoMandibular Joint (TMJ) prosthesis replacement on the jaw hotellewin.com bundles of muscle fibers were inserted in their appropriate positions following anatomical data.
Digastric, geniohyoid and lateral pterygoid muscles Author: Alireza Omidi, Christophe Jeannin, Mohammad Ali Nazari, Masoud Shariat Panahi.
There are four main muscles that produce the intricate motions necessary for chewing: the masseter, temporalis, medial pterygoid and lateral pterygoid muscles (Friedman and Weisberg ). The masseter muscle extends from the mandibular angle to the zygomatic arch, or cheekbone, of the temporal bone.
This thesis deals with the modeling of the human jaw system. The model is a computer model in which the nine pairs of facial muscles and the jaw itself are represented. The study leading up to the model includes expressive Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) to encode the computer model.
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May 15, · Is a more conservative operation with preservation of most of the lateral pterygoid muscle. Low significant decrease in vertical height of the ramu. It is preferred over condylectomy and it will also eliminate conflicts with the disk and eminence.
Scar formation and partial loss of lateral pterygoid muscle will limit movement. The temporo-mandibular joint causes more problems than any other in the body and is the least understood with the high incidence of associated symptomatology remaining a major cause for concern.
This lack of knowledge is partly due to the diff Cited by: 3.Read the publication. oral surgery Editor: ROBERT 8. SHIRA, D. D. S.
School of Dental Medicine, Tufts University 1 Kneeland Street Boston Massachusetts I An architectural and structural craniofacial analysis: A new lateral cephalometric analysis J. Delaire, S. A. Schendel, and J.
-F. Tulasne,* Honolulu, Hawaii, and Nantes, France This architectural and structural craniofacial analysis is.The pterygoideus externus, the external pterygoid muscle or the lateral pterygoid muscle is a short muscle with two origin heads.
One origin head of the muscle is on the sphenoid bone while the second one is on the lateral pterygoid plate. The insertion point is located on the neck of the mandible and the articular disc.
The pterygoideus externus.