Examinando por Materia "Biomecánica de la columna craneocervical"
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- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoPostura cráneo cervical y maloclusión en estudiantes Universitarios de Cartagena(2020-02-21) Giraldo Vergara, Fabio Alonso; Luna Nisperuza, Jeimi Stephanie; Carmona Tache, AngélicaObjective: To identify the cervical skull posture and malocclusion in university students of Cartagena Method: It was carried out with a descriptive approach since it allows to specify the conditions of the present malocclusions and changes in the cervical skull posture during a certain time. The study population is made up of students of the Dentistry program of the University of Cartagena, participating in the Cervical Posture research and cell phone use in Cartagena university students of the PROMOUC research group who have the lateral head and neck radiography taken with the specific parameters for the biomechanical analysis of Rocabado. Results: Of a total of 28 participants for the study, 11 were male and 17 female, 100% of the population; 8.33% suffer from class I malocclusion, 79.17% class II and 12.50% class III, which is equivalent to 2, 19 and 3 people respectively. 100% of participants with class I malocclusion have posterior rotation of the skull, the population with type 2 malocclusion, 52.63% is a normal state and in the population with class 3 malocclusion, 33.33% suffer from a rotation of the anterior skull, 33.33% is in a normal state and 33.33% has a posterior rotation. Conclusion: Patients with class II malocclusion according to the Angle scale had a normal rotation of the skull, therefore, it can be deduced that despite the involvement in the masticatory system they do not present alterations at the cervical skull level. All patients with class I malocclusion suffer a posterior rotation of the skull and patients with class III malocclusion have all rotations of the skull (anterior, normal posterior)