Published in Medical Devices and Surgical Technology Week, May 8th, 2005
"Successful correction of facial asymmetry by mandibular distraction osteogenesis relies on mastering vector control," craniofacial surgeons in Denmark explained. "Lack of necessary vector control continues to compromise the treatment modality."
T. Kofod and colleagues at Aarhus University Hospital devised "a new simplified method for vector transfer," and conducted a study "to evaluate this method according to the outcome and the efficacy of distraction osteogenesis in the correction of unilateral mandibular hypoplasia and asymmetry."
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