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KMID : 0361919880180020459
Korean Journal of Orthodontics
1988 18 2ȣ p.459 ~ p.474

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 ( Lee Chong-Taik ) - Japan Osaka Dental University


ݻ Ю̫ Ρʿ , ϼ, Ѣ ӫμ ĵǿ, Ρʿ μ ʤ ۰μ ĵǰ ִ. ҳ ݻ Ю̫ Ͽ, ߩҹ , Ѱ и Ͽ. μ Ҵ 50٣, ͪ 100٣ Ͽ Ͽ. ϼ۰μ, 6 Ͽ ͪϿ, U-1 to Huxley line angle ʥ 58 ͪͿ Ͽ ͪϿ, ̿ . 1. ҳܬ ߩϿ, Ρ Ө ϱϿ ̶ Ǵ 14ͪ Ͽ cephalometric profilogram Ͽ. 2. ͪͿ , ͪ ־ 󬰡 Ÿ.
3. Ѱ ־ ҳ gonial angle, interincisal angle 󬰡 Ÿ, г󬰡 ʾ, Ѱ ˭ϰ Ÿ, ־ ˭ Ÿ. 4. Ѱ ־ angle of convexity, mandibular plane angle, Y-axis angle, interincisal angle, L-I to mandibular plane angle 󬰡 Ÿ, Ѻ convex type ɿ. 5. ͪμ upperincisal to Huxley line angle Ͽ, upper incisal axis X-Y axis ΰ ̸ۡǾ.
A study was made of a method of rational assessment on the roentgeno-cephalogram in orthodontic practice. Fifty eight measurements were analyzed on the roentgeno-cephalograms of 50 male and 50 female Korean adults with the acceptable profile and the normal occlusion. The means and standard deviations of measurements were studied in male and female groups by various analytic methods, and the sex difference was examined statistically. The obtained data were compared with those of the Japanese and American standards by useing a Japanese adults standard polygon chart reported by lizuka and Ishikawa. Amongs of 58 measurements, 14 have been selected as statistically significant and clinically useful, and used to make a Korean adult standard polygon chart. The results obtained were as follows: 1. Standards for cphalometric analysis in Korean adults were obtained, and the polygon chart and cephalometric profilogram were also made by using the standards in order to apply to a clinical diagnosis. 2. The sex difference was recognized in linear measurements, but not in angular measurments. 3. In comparison with the American standards from Downs and Graber, the Korean showed significant differences in angle of convexity, mandibular plane angle, Y-axis angle, interincisal angle and lower incisor to mandibular plane angle. Thus, the Korean showed a more retruded chin position, convex facial type, than white people. 4. In comparison with the Japanese standards from Iizuka and Ishikawa, the Korean showed a significant similarity with the Japanese, especially in females. 5. Upper incisor to Huxely line angle, established as a new measurement, proved to be paralell to X-Y axis angle.

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