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In this study, the unnamed narrator of Ariel Dorfman’s Mascara, who has a congenital facial peculiarity, is examined through Jacques Lacan’s critical ideas on the formation of the subject. Lacan gives an extensive account of the process of the individual’... see more

Congenital external canal atresia is one of the congenital ear anomalies that can occur in patients. Similarly, congenital cholesteatoma is also another congenital disease that is often diagnosed in early adulthood. Both the above-mentioned diseases can o... see more

Background: The development of radio diagnostics in orthodontics is still a challenge in treating skeletal anomaly with facial asymmetry. The assessment of skeletal symmetry, which can be obtained by frontal radiographs such as panoramic radiograph and po... see more

Background: The development of radio diagnostics in orthodontics is still a challenge in treating skeletal anomaly with facial asymmetry. The assessment of skeletal symmetry, which can be obtained by frontal radiographs such as panoramic radiograph and po... see more

Thanatophoric dysplasia (TD) is a congenital, sporadic, and the most lethal skeletal dysplasia caused by new mutation in the fibroblast growth factor receptor 3 gene. At birth, it is characterized by shortening of the limbs (micromelia), small conical tho... see more

Recurrent deletions of the chromosomal region 15q24 have recently been identified as the underlying cause of a novel microdeletion syndrome. A recent study comparing patients with 15q24 deletions of variable size defined a minimum critical deletion region... see more

Surgically assisted maxillary expansion is a technique used to correct transverse maxillary deficiency, which is a dentofacial anomaly related to the decrease of the upper arch over the lower arch. It is applied to patients in their late teens and adults ... see more

Class III skeletal anomaly is one of the most difficult malocclusions to correct in orthodontics. Orthodontist usually involved chincup appliances to restrain mandibular growth, camouflage techniques to advances maxillary incisors and retract mandibular i... see more

Oral breathing is a respiratory dysfunction that affects approximately 10-15% of child population. It is responsable of local effects and systemic effects, both immediate and long-term. They affect the growth of the subject and his physical health in many... see more

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