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dc.contributor.advisorÁlvarez Rojas, Carlos Miguel
dc.contributor.authorCastillo Mantilla, Esthefanie
dc.contributor.authorRomero Peláez, Claudia Margarita
dc.contributor.authorTrujillo Sánchez, Andrea Carolina
dc.contributor.authorVelásquez Avilés, Daniela
dc.date.accessioned2020-01-23T20:12:04Z
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dc.date.issued2019-12-11
dc.identifier.citationCastillo Mantilla, E., Romero Peláez, C. M., Trujillo Sánchez, A. C. y Velásquez Avilés, D. (2019). Comparación de 3 mediciones para determinar posición labial en radiografías de perfil digitales en un software de diagnóstico ortodóncico de pacientes de un centro radiológico de Bucaramanga Colombia [Tesis de Especialización]. Universidad Santo Tomás, Bucaramanga, Colombiaspa
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11634/21123
dc.descriptionIntroducción: La realización de tratamientos ortodóncicos, no solo se limita a cambios dentales, sino que implica modificaciones en los tejidos blandos del paciente, de esta manera genera cambios en la sonrisa y a su vez, tiene un impacto en la estética facial. El enfoque hacia la realización correcta de los diagnósticos faciales iniciales conlleva a la selección de correctos planos de referencia para cada población. Se han utilizado múltiples líneas para determinación de la posición labial tanto en investigación como en práctica clínica como lo son Rickets, Burstone, Sushner, Steiner; investigaciones previas han evaluado el nivel de consistencia y sensibilidad entre éstas ya que son propensas a una alta variabilidad por tener como referencia puntos de tejidos blandos que no son estables en el tiempo. Objetivos: Establecer el grado de concordancia entre las mediciones de Rickets, Burstone y Spradley para determinar la posición labial en radiografías de perfil digitales en el software Nemoceph de pacientes de un centro radiológico de Bucaramanga, Colombia. Materiales y métodos: Radiografías digitales de un centro radiológico de Bucaramanga tomadas en posición natural de la cabeza incluidas en el software Nemoceph para determinación de puntos cefalométricos con el fin construir los planos Rickets, Spradley y Burstone. Toma de medidas y diagnósticos para análisis de variables y comparación de las mismas. Resultados: No existe concordancia entre los diagnósticos dados por cada una de las líneas de referencia, asociado probablemente a la variación significativa y contínua de los puntos de referencia anatómicos de tejidos blandos. Conclusiones: Existe una alta variabilidad en todas las medidas en términos de concordancia por lo cual no es confiable la utilización de una sola medida para diagnosticar la posición de los labios. La línea de Spradley se presenta como una opción un poco más fiable al no depender de estructuras anatómicas variables y solo depende una toma de radiografía en posición natural de la cabeza.spa
dc.description.abstractIntroduction: The performance of orthodontic treatments is not only limited to dental changes, but also implies changes in the patient's soft tissues, thus generating changes in the smile and in turn, has an impact on facial aesthetics. The approach towards the correct realization of the initial facial diagnoses leads to the selection of correct reference planes for each population. Multiple lines have been used to determine the lip position in both research and clinical practice such as Rickets, Burstone, Suscher, Steiner; Previous research has evaluated the level of consistency and sensitivity among these as they are prone to high variability by having soft tissue points that are not stable over time. Objectives: To establish the degree of agreement between the measurements of Rickets, Burstone and Spradley to determine the labial position in digital profile radiographs in the Nemoceph software of patients from a radiological center in Bucaramanga, Colombia. Materials and methods: Digital radiographs of a radiological center of Bucaramanga taken in a natural position of the head included in the Nemoceph software for determination of cephalometric points in order to build the Rickets, Spradley and Burstone planes. Taking measurements and diagnoses for analysis of variables and comparison of them. Results: There is no agreement between the diagnoses given by each of the reference lines, probably associated with the significant and continuous variation of the anatomical soft tissue reference points. Conclusions: There is a high variability in all measures in terms of concordance, so the use of a single measure to diagnose the position of the lips is not reliable. The Spradley line is presented as a slightly more reliable option as it does not depend on variable anatomical structures and only an x-ray is taken in a natural position of the head.spa
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dc.publisherUniversidad Santo Tomásspa
dc.rightsAtribución-SinDerivadas 2.5 Colombia*
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dc.titleComparación de 3 mediciones para determinar posición labial en radiografías de perfil digitales en un software de diagnóstico ortodóncico de pacientes de un centro radiológico de Bucaramanga Colombiaspa
dc.typebachelor thesis
dc.description.degreenameEspecialista en Ortodonciaspa
dc.publisher.programEspecialización Ortodonciaspa
dc.publisher.facultyFacultad de Odontologíaspa
dc.subject.keywordLip projectionspa
dc.subject.keywordSpradley verticalspa
dc.subject.keywordRickets esthetic linespa
dc.subject.keywordBurstone linespa
dc.subject.lembDiagnóstico por imágenesspa
dc.subject.lembRayos Xspa
dc.subject.lembOrtodonciaspa
dc.subject.lembApiñamiento dentalspa
dc.type.localTesis de pregradospa
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dc.coverage.campusCRAI-USTA Bucaramangaspa
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dc.subject.proposalProyección labialspa
dc.subject.proposalVertical de Spradleyspa
dc.subject.proposalLínea estética de Ricketsspa
dc.subject.proposalLínea de Burstone.  spa
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