This chapter describes in general terms the prenatal development and postnatal growth of the craniofacial skeleton and the occlusal development of the primary and permanent dentitions understanding of embryological development is essential for the dental practitioner who may frequently face patients with the common craniofacial anomalies . Growth and development of craniofacial complex i 1 third lecture growth and development of the craniofacial complex 2 outlines craniofacial complex why you should be interested in growth and development factors influencing the development of occlusion definitions growth development march 5 2012 dr ahmed basyouni 2 3. Craniofacial development has traditionally been a field of research in which many divergent views are expressed and novel theories put forward to explain observed normal and abnormal phenomena decades of investigation have shown that craniofacial development is an intricate and complex series of . 1 craniofacial growth and development chapter 1 postnatal craniofacial growth is a complex but coordinated ongoing process the cranial structures are the most mature and exhibit the smallest relative growth rates followed by the cranial base and then the maxillary and mandibular structures which are the least mature and exhibit the . Anomalies in thyroid development can result in ectopic thyroid tissue and or cysts present along the course of the thyroglossal duct which is a midline structure as opposed to cervical cysts which are remnants of pharyngeal clefts 2 4 and are found lateral to the sternocleidomastoid muscles iv development of the skull
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