CGS Volume 8: Muscle Adaptation in the Craniofacial Region

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EDITORS: David S. Carlson, James A. McNamara, Jr.
PUBLISHER: The University of Michigan Center for Human Growth and Development, and the Department of Orthodontics and Pediatric Dentistry (1978)
ISBN: 0-929921-05-4 (NP #7008)
WEIGHT: 1.45 lbs
HARDCOVER: 252 pages

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Book Description

The function of the muscles of mastication and of the other orofacial muscles long has been recognized as a major factor influencing the growth and form of the craniofacial skeleton. This volume presents a number of papers that review much of the knowledge concerning muscle as a tissue, adaptations that take place in muscle during and after alteration in function, the nature of the bone/muscle interface and the effect of muscle function and adaptation on the growth and form of the craniofacial skeleton.


CHAPTER INFORMATION

Concepts of Muscle: An Introduction to the Intact Animal
Carl Gans and Gerard C. Gorniak

Adaptations in Skeletal Muscle
John A. Faulkner, Leo C. Maxwell and Timothy P. White

The Muscle-Bone Interface: An Analysis of a Morphological Boundary
Melvin L. Moss and Letty Moss-Salentijn

The Facial Musculature in Its Relation to the Dental Occlusion
William R. Proffit

Musculoskeletal Adaptation Following Orthognathic Surgery
James A. McNamara, Jr., David S. Carlson, George M. Yellich and Robert P. Hendricksen

Neural Control of Oral Respiration in the Rhesus Monkey
Arthur J. Miller and Karin Vargervik

The Potential Role of Facial Muscles in Monitoring Maxillary Growth and Morphogenesis
Jean Delaire

Intra-Oral Food Transport: The Fundamental Mechanism of Feeding
Karen Hiiemae, A.J. Thexton and A.W. Crompton

Changes in the Morphology and Vasculature of a Rabbit Growth Plate Following Experimental Growth Rate Acceleration
Letty Moss-Salentijn

Clinical Application of Muscle Adaptation in Facial Paralysis
John M. Markley

Variations in the Number of Sarcomeres in Series in the Lateral Pterygoid Muscle as a Function of the Longitudinal Deviation of the Mandibular Position Produced by the Postural Hyperpropulsor
Claudine Oudet and Alexander G. Petrovic

Histochemical Studies of the Human Masseter Muscle
Margareta Ringqvist

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Weight 1.45 lbs
Dimensions 6.25 x 9.25 in

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