Prognostic approach to Class III malocclusion through case-based reasoning.

Abstract:

OBJECTIVE:This investigation evaluates the evidence of case-based reasoning (CBR) in providing additional information on the prediction of future Class III craniofacial growth. SETTINGS AND SAMPLE POPULATION:The craniofacial characteristics of 104 untreated Class III subjects (7-17 years of age), monitored with two lateral cephalograms obtained during the growth process, were evaluated. MATERIALS AND METHODS:Data were compared with the skeletal characteristics of subjects who showed a high degree of skeletal imbalance ('prototypes') obtained from a large data set of 1263 Class III cross-sectional subjects (7-17 years of age). RESULTS:The degree of similarity of longitudinal subjects with the most unbalanced prototypes allowed the identification of subjects who would develop a subsequent unfavourable skeletal growth (accuracy: 81%). The angle between the palatal plane and the sella-nasion line (PP-SN angle) and the Wits appraisal were two additional craniofacial features involved in the early prediction of the adverse progression of the Class III skeletal imbalance. CONCLUSIONS:Case-based reasoning methodology, which uses a personalized inference method, may bring additional information to approximate the skeletal progression of Class III malocclusion.

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Orthod Craniofac Res

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Auconi P,Ottaviani E,Barelli E,Giuntini V,McNamara JA,Franchi L

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10.1111/ocr.12466

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Has Abstract

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2021-01-08 00:00:00

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1601-6335

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1601-6343

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