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Título : Prevalencia de Clase uno molar en individuos entre los 17 a 25 años de edad
Autor : Jaramillo Jaramillo, Ana Valeria
Tutor : Tatés Almeida, Karol Francielene
Fecha de publicación : 2016
Editorial : Quito: Universidad de las Américas, 2016
Citación : Jaramillo Jaramillo, A. V. (2016). Prevención de clase I molar de individuos entre los 17 a 25 años de edad (Tesis de pregrado). Universidad de las Américas, Quito.
Resumen : Objetivo: Esta investigación fue dirigida a conocer cuál es la prevalencia molar más común en una muestra de individuos que esté entre los 17 y 25 años de edad y que específicamente sean de diferentes grupos étnicos: raza negra y raza mestiza, y comprobar que la clase uno molar es la más prevalente...
Descripción : Objective: This research was aimed to know what is the most common molar prevalence in a sample of individuals who are between 17 and 25 years old, and specifically of different ethnic groups: black and mixed race, and prove if the “class one” molar is the most prevalent. Method: The research consisted of taking a clinical sample on the molar relation, to individuals who have all first molars erupted, and that these are in occlusion. It was made with the help of a disposable mouth mirror to keep the record of the left and right molar class. In this research, I excluded all the people who have ever used any type of orthodontic appliance, this was to ensure that the sample was real and not altered. Facial biotype sample was also taken by measuring the facial thirds, which will be measured with the rule based on the three thirds facials. The molar relations that were registered are Angles Class one, Class two, and Class three. All the registered facial biotypes were: dolichofacial, mesofacial and brachyfacial . Results: The sample of 60 people aged 17 to 25 years old, of both sexes were analyzed and greater prevalence of left molar Class one (38.8 percent, 37.5 percent) of right and was obtained respectively on class two and three malocclusions. The mixed race predominated over black in Class one, but in Class three blacks predominated with 72.7 percent of 85.71 percent right and left side. As for the facial thirds, the molar is the only class one where the value of P is greater than 0.5, which is the only checking complying with a normality assumption. Conclusions: It was shown that the studys hypothesis was fulfilled by being the Class one the most found over the Class two and three. Gender does not influence on the results od prevalence.
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Aparece en las colecciones: Odontología

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