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condyle fractures. J Oral Maxillofac Surg. 2010; 68: 1252–1259. 7 Lee JT, Dodson TB. The effect of mandibular third molar presence and position on the

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: István Kaposvári, Kinga Körmöczi, Ferenc Horváth, Alida Buglyó, Adrienn Réka Turai, and Árpád Joób-Fancsaly

References 1 Monaco G, Cecchini S, Gatto MR, et al. Delayed onset infections after lower third molar germectomy could be related to the space distal to the second

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References 1 Szalma J, Lempel E, Jeges S, et al. The prognostic value of panoramic radiography of inferior alveolar nerve damage after mandibular third molar removal

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Pell, G. J., Gregory, G. T.: Impacted mandibular third molars: classification and modified technique for removal. Dent. Digest., 1933, 39 (9), 330–338. 5

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Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry
Authors: T. Nakamura, S. Kojima, T. Ohta, M. Nishida, A. Rakowski, A. Ikeda, H. Oda, and E. Niu

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14C variations of atmospheric CO2 as well as carbonaceous fraction of living materials, such as collagen from tooth and bone, tissue, skin, hair, nail, etc., of modern humans are influenced by 14C produced artificially by nuclear bomb tests in the atmosphere from late 1950s to early 1960s. By careful investigation of 14C concentration of tree rings and human body samples formed in this time intervals, we can establish a relationship of their 14C concentrations with calendar year. By applying this relation to a sample whose 14C concentration can be measured, we can estimate the formation age of the sample. In addition, sources of the chemicals that were used in some criminal cases can be possibly identified, by their carbon isotope ratios (13C/12C and 14C/12C). This method of age determination has been applied to a forensic study, i.e., two criminal cases of murder. For each case, by comparing the measured 14C abundances of several pieces of hair and one tooth (the third molar) from the body with the annual change on concentrations of bomb-produced 14C, the time of death of the body and the age of the victim were estimated. The estimated values were consistent with the real ones that were revealed by the confession of the real murderers.

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., Sandor G. K., Barabas J. Finite element analysis of the human mandible to assess the effect of removing an impacted third molar, J. Can Dent Assoc . Vol. 76, 2010 pp. a72. Barabas J

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Authors: I. Krisztina Mártha, Alina Cămărășan, Silvia Izabella Pop, and Bernadette Kerekes Máthé

congenitally missing permanent teeth. Orthod Waves 1999; 58: 49–56. 26 Huang Y, Yan Y, Cao J, et al. Observations on association between third molar agenesis and craniofacial morphology

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Interventional Medicine and Applied Science
Authors: Petro Hasiuk, Anna Vorobets, Nataliya Hasiuk, Svitlana Rosolovska, Irina Bodnarchuk, and Volodymyr Radchuk

and lower jaws have the most powerful field of molarization, and they are the key teeth. In the second and third molars, the field of molarization is less significant, that is, manifested in a decrease of the number of cusps and their height

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Authors: Krisztina Mártha I., Cristina Bica, Blanka Kész, and Bernadette Kerekes Máthé

. Eur Rev Med Pharmacol Sci. 2013; 17: 379–384. 4 Szalma J, Lempel E, Jeges S, et al. The prognostic value of panoramic radiography of inferior alveolar nerve damage after mandibular third

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Authors: Tamás Vereb, Lilla Éva Augusztin, László Seres, and József Piffkó

NIDCR. Dental management of the organ transplant patient 2011. NIH Publication No. 11-6270. 5 Ohman D, Björk Y, Bratel J, et al. Partially erupted third molars as

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