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mazilla

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Help reading CT scan analysis
« on: February 12, 2018, 07:31:30 AM »
Can someone help me understand my CT scan analysis? I did a proper CT scan with its analysis, its not an online analysis.

I am an outlier in several measures, in some a significant outlier.

Several times it says that I am a severe brachiocephalic and I have mandibular prognathism.

The thing is that I don't understand the measures well, can someone help me with the most significant measurements?

Lefortitude

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Re: Help reading CT scan analysis
« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2018, 11:23:02 AM »
yeah i can help

mazilla

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Re: Help reading CT scan analysis
« Reply #2 on: February 12, 2018, 03:57:57 PM »
Thanks Lefortitude.

Ill share my Steiner analysis, which if im not mistaken is the most used, isn't it?

If you want any other one, please let me know.

Ill share my values, the mean and the standard deviation. In that order. Im posting the values in which I am a bigger outlier. If you or any other person wants any other value just let me know. There are other values in which I was an outlier, but not by much so I did not post them (I mean in the Steiner analysis, in other analysis I am a big outlier in many measures).

Squeletal Analysis:

SND angle 82/76/2
ANB angle 0/3/2
SE distance 67/22/2
SL distance 176/51/2

Dental Analysis

IS position 21/4/1
II position 7/4/1
Pg to NaB distance 14/4/1
IS angle 31/22/2
II ange 17/25/2