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Roberto Paulo Araujo ; Diodete Grisi Bacelar Garcia ; Camila de Oliveira Ribeiro ; Sandra Maria Ferraz Mello ;Revista CEFAC 2014, 16 1

Author: Silvia Damasceno Benevides

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Red de Revistas Científicas de América Latina, el Caribe, España y Portugal Sistema de Información Científica English version Damasceno Benevides, Silvia; Araujo, Roberto Paulo; Bacelar Garcia, Diodete Grisi; de Oliveira Ribeiro, Camila; Ferraz Mello, Sandra Maria FATORES QUE INTERFEREM NA AMPLITUDE DOS MOVIMENTOS MANDIBULARES EM CRIANÇAS Revista CEFAC, vol.
16, núm.
1, enero-febrero, 2014, pp.
237-243 Instituto Cefac São Paulo, Brasil Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=169330647026 Revista CEFAC, ISSN (Printed Version): 1516-1846 revistacefac@cefac.br Instituto Cefac Brasil How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage www.redalyc.org Non-Profit Academic Project, developed under the Open Acces Initiative   237 FACTORS AFFECTING THE MANDIBULAR RANGE OF MOTION IN CHILDREN Fatores que interferem na amplitude dos movimentos mandibulares em crianças Silvia Damasceno Benevides(1), Roberto Paulo Araujo(2), Diodete Grisi Bacelar Garcia(3), Camila de Oliveira Ribeiro(4), Sandra Maria Ferraz Mello(5) ABSTRACT Purpose: identify factors that may influence the mandibular movement range (MMR).
Methods: 181 schoolchildren participated, both gender, 8 to 12 years old, asymptomatic for temporomandibular disorders, according to RDC-TMD.
Was performed the measurement of the maximum mouth opening (MMO) range, excursive movements of right and left laterality (RL and LL, respectively), and protrusion (PROT), being measured with the digital caliper Starret Série 799 millimeter measurements. Nutritionists registered anthropometric evaluations of height and weight.
Results: average data of height and weight was: 32,23 ± 8,74 kg and 137,42 ± 9,52 cm, respectively.
To the male gender we found: 49,59 ± 5,03 mm, on the MMO; 8,40 ± 1,74 mm, on the RL; 8,45 ± 1,41 mm, on the LL; 7,60 ± 1,40 mm, on the PROT; and to the female gender: 49,06 ± 4,43 mm, on the MMO; 7,77 ± 1,87 mm, on the RL; 8,02 ± 1,91 mm, on th...





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