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Marugina T.L.; Kan V.V.; Fedotov V.V.; Zagorodnich Y.S. (2012)
Publisher: Naučno-innovacionnyj Centr
Journal: Sovremennye Issledovaniâ Socialʹnyh Problem
Languages: Russian
Types: Article
Subjects: Social Sciences, H

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mesheuropmc: stomatognathic system
In order to study the causes of the eruption of lower third molars, we analyzed hospital records, ortopantomogramms and three-dimensional computer tomograms of 391 patients. We found that among women (68%) disease of teething occur more frequently than among men (32%), this is due to lack of space in the retromolar region of the mandible. In the analysis of X-rays it was revealed four main types of impacted third molars. The largest share accounts for the vertical position of the tooth and is 48% (188), the second highest frequency of medial-oblique - 26% (101), the horizontal position - 17% (67), distal-oblique - 9% (35). It was identified the main etiological aspects and prevention of diseases developed the eruption of the low eighth teeth. A frequent complication is difficult teething perikoronarit is found in 5% of cases.
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