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Apport de la simulation numérique à la réalisation d'un maxillectomie et d'un obturateur chirurgical

Abstract : Hemi-maxillectomy is an excisional surgery performed following a tumor, necrosis or trauma to the palate, creating nasal-oral communication. A surgical obturator can close the created defect in order to partition and restore function. Its precision, tightness and stability are rarely adequate. The hypothesis of this study is that the development of segmentation and 3D modeling softwares should make it possible to plan the surgery and to set up the day of the surgery a prefabricated, personalized, precise and rebasable obturator. It would facilitate the surgical time and the healing, while limiting patient discomfort upon awakening, and maintaining oral functions.
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Mayalen Dartaguiette. Apport de la simulation numérique à la réalisation d'un maxillectomie et d'un obturateur chirurgical. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2020. ⟨dumas-02992512⟩

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