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Craniofacial Distraction Osteogenesis

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9780323011341

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0323011349
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Pub. Date:
4/3/2001
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Mosby
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Summary

Craniofacial Distraction Osteogenesis addresses one of today's hottest topics in orthodontics and oral and maxillofacial surgery! This comprehensive, full-color text presents the latest information on extraoral and intraoral distraction appliances, including tooth-borne, bone-borne, and hybrid fixation methods. Readers will learn how to minimize or avoid potential complications of osteodistraction by using proper preoperative planning and execution. It includes detailed discussions of mandibular lengthening and widening, mandibular bone transport, alveolar distraction, maxillary, mid-face, and cranial distraction, and more. An extensive library of case studies collected from world-renowned surgeons demonstrates the clinical application of the various techniques.

Table of Contents

I ORIGINS AND EVOLUTION 1(18)
Historical Development and Evolution of Craniofacial Distraction Osteogenesis
3(16)
Jason B. Cope
Mikhail L. Samchukov
Alexander M. Cherkashin
II BIOLOGIC FOUNDATION 19(54)
Biologic Basis of New Bone Formation Under the Influence of Tension Stress
21(16)
Mikhail L. Samchukov
Jason B. Cope
Alexander M. Cherkashin
Mechanisms of New Bone Formation During Distraction Osteogenesis: A Preliminary Report
37(5)
Minoru Ueda
Megumi Matsuno
Kensuke Sakai
Ken-Ichiro Hata
Mechanically Induced Tissue Response During Distraction
42(11)
Ulrich Meyer
Ulrich Joos
Birgit Kruse-Losler
Thomas Meyer
Tooth Movement Into Regenerate Alveolar Bone: Experimental Basis and Clinical Results
53(9)
Jason B. Cope
Eric J. W. Liou
Alvaro A. Figueroa
John W. Polley
Philip K. T. Chen
Richard P. Harper
Mikhail L. Samchukov
Placement of Implants Into Distracted Bone
62(6)
Yasuhiro Nosaka
Histologic Evaluation of Human Bone Tissue 1 Year After Distraction
68(5)
Pier Francesco Nocini
Konrad Wangerin
Massimo Albanese
Andrea Fior
Antonio D'Agostino
Alberto Bedogni
III DISTRACTION HISTIOGENESIS 73(56)
The Effect of Gradual Traction on Skeletal Muscles
75(14)
Marina R. Makarov
Mikhail L. Samchukov
Jason B. Cope
David E. Muirhead
The Effect of Gradual Traction on Peripheral Nerves
89(13)
Marina R. Makarov
Mikhail L. Samchukov
Jason B. Cope
The Effect of Gradual Traction on Gingival Tissue
102(8)
Jason B. Cope
Mikhail L. Samchukov
David E. Muirhead
The Effect of Gradual Traction on the Periodontal Ligament
110(8)
Mikhail L. Samchukov
Jason B. Cope
Temporomandibular Joint Alterations During Distraction Osteogenesis
118(11)
Birgit Kruse-Losler
Ulrich Joos
Thomas Meyer
Ulrich Meyer
IV BIOMECHANICAL CONSIDERATIONS 129(18)
The Biomechanical Effects of Distraction Device Orientation During Mandibular Lengthening and Widening
131(16)
Mikhail L. Samchukov
Jason B. Cope
Alexander M. Cherkashin
V INDICATIONS AND TREATMENT PLANNING 147(38)
Orthodontics in Intraoral Mandibular Distraction Osteogenesis
149(7)
Gisela I. Contasti
Aura Marina Rodriguez
Cesar A. Guerrero
Treatment Planning and Orthodontic Management of Patients Undergoing Mandibular Distraction Osteogenesis
156(12)
Pamela R. Hanson
Planning of Mandibular Distraction
168(8)
H. Wolfgang Losken
Classification of Mandibular Regenerate Bone
176(9)
Jason B. Cope
Mikhail L. Samchukov
VI MANDIBULAR LENGTHENING AND WIDENING 185(162)
Extraoral Mandibular Distraction Osteogenesis Using the Frankfurt Modular Distraction System
187(9)
Cornelius Klein
Mandibular Distraction Osteogenesis: Clinical Analysis of the First 10 Years
196(10)
Fernando Molina
Simultaneous Maxillomandibular Distraction
206(7)
Fernando Ortiz Monasterio
Fernando Molina
Pediatric Sleep Apnea Treated With Distraction Osteogenesis
213(12)
Kevin Smith
Michael Harnish
Mandibular Distraction Osteogenesis Using Extraoral and Intraoral Devices
225(5)
Adi Rachmiel
Evolution of Extraoral Mandibular Distraction: Case Reports
230(6)
David G. Genecov
Rajiv Agarwal
Edward R. Genecov
Kenneth E. Salyer
Three-Dimensional Intraoral Distraction Osteogenesis: An Orthodontic-Surgical Approach
236(11)
Cesar A. Guerrero
William H. Bell
Marianela Gonzalez
Alejandra Rojas
Mandibular Lengthening Using Intraoral Distractors
247(9)
Patrick A. Diner
Catherine Tomat
Bernard Sergent
Herve Martinez
Marie-Paule Vazquez
Mandibular Symphyseal Widening by Distraction
256(7)
Catherine Tomat
Patrick A. Diner
Francois Coquille
Bernard Sergent
Marie-Paule Vazquez
Office-Based Mandibular Advancement With the MD-DOS Device
263(6)
Maurice Y. Mommaerts
Clinical Application of ROD Intraoral Custom Distraction Devices
269(9)
Yan Razdolsky
Stuart Dessner
Tarek El-Bialy
Orthodontic Indications for Mandibular Distraction
278(8)
K. Hero Breuning
Peter J. van Strijen
Factors in Timing of Mandibular Distraction: Case Reports
286(6)
Karin Vargervik
William Y. Hoffman
Osteodistraction as an Alternative Therapy for Unstable Condyles: Case Reports
292(5)
Joseph E. Van Sickels
James K. Hargan
Mandibular Growth After Osteodistraction
297(8)
John C. Oeltjen
Larry H. Hollier
Joseph G. McCarthy
Distraction Osteogenesis of the Mandibular Symphysis
305(8)
Greg F. Kewitt
Joseph E. Van Sickels
Buried Bidirectional Telescopic Mandibular Distraction
313(10)
David A. Walker
Multiaxis Intraoral Distraction of the Mandible
323(11)
Albino Triaca
Roger Minoretti
Werner Dimai
Beat R. Merz
A New Spiral Distractor for Mandibular Osteodistraction
334(6)
Stephen Schendel
Donald W. Linck II
Continuous Bone Distraction Using a Microhydraulic Cylinder
340(7)
Jorg Wiltfang
Peter Kebler
VII MANDIBULAR BONE TRANSPORT 347(30)
Basic Principles of Bone Transport
349(9)
Mikhail L. Samchukov
Jason B. Cope
Alexander M. Cherkashin
Craniofacial Bone Transport
358(10)
Suzanne U. Stucki-McCormick
Robert M. Fox
Ronald B. Bruder
Ronald D. Mizrahi
Bone Transport for Mandibular Anterior Defect Reconstruction: A Case Report
368(4)
Cornelius Klein
Intraoral Mandibular Bone Transport: A Case Report
372(5)
Cesar A. Guerrero
William H. Bell
Marianela Gonzalez
Alejandra Rojas
VIII ALVEOLAR DISTRACTION 377(82)
Alveolar Bone Distraction and Implantology
379(8)
Tomoo Oda
Minoru Ueda
Alveolar Distraction Osteogenesis
387(6)
Martin Chin
Vertical Distraction of the Alveolar Process: A New Technique for Reconstructing the Alveolar Ridge
393(8)
Johannes Hidding
Frank Lazar
Joachim E. Zoller
Alveolar Ridge Augmentation With the Aid of Distraction Implants
401(13)
Alexander J. Gaggl
Gunter R. Schultes
Hans Karcher
Vertical Alveolar Ridge Augmentation Utilizing the ACE OsteoGenic Distractor
414(9)
Bradley S. McAllister
Alveolar Bone Distraction for Implant Placement
423(10)
Giacomo Urbani
Ugo Consolo
Giorgio Lombardo
Augmentation of Severe Mandibular Atrophy by Vertical Distraction Osteogenesis
433(5)
Frits B. T. Perdijk
Peter J. van Strijen
Alveolar Mandibular Restoration by Vertical Distraction Osteogenesis in Cancer Patients
438(7)
Vlado Smatt
Marie-Madeleine Plantet
Michel Robin
Yvan Smatt
Vertical Alveolar Reconstruction by Distraction Osteogenesis: A Case Report
445(4)
Alain Aldegheri
Alain Dubrana
Distraction in a Grafted Alveolar Cleft Using an Endosseous Implant: A Case Report
449(5)
Jacques Buis
Herve Martinez
Veronique Soupre
Paul Rousseau
Patrick A. Diner
Marie-Paule Vazquez
Correction of Alveolar Ridge Deficiency Using the ROD-5 Distraction Device: A Case Report
454(5)
Yan Razdolsky
Stuart Dessner
Tarek El-Bialy
IX PERIODONTAL LIGAMENT DISTRACTION 459(16)
Rapid Canine Retraction Using Distraction of the Periodontal Ligament
461(14)
Eric J. W. Liou
C. Shing Huang
X MAXILLARY AND MIDFACE DISTRACTION 475(70)
Regenerate Bone Formation During Maxillary and Midface Distraction
477(8)
Adi Rachmiel
Distraction Osteogenesis for Treatment of Severe Cleft Maxillary Deficiency With the RED Technique
485(9)
Alvaro A. Figueroa
John W. Polley
Ellen Ko
Maxillary Distraction Osteogenesis
494(7)
Fernando Molina
Rigid External Distraction of the Maxilla: Technique and Clinical Cases
501(5)
Siegmar Reinert
Michael Krimmel
Carl-Peter Cornelius
Martin Roser
Margit Bacher
Three-Dimensional Midface Distraction
506(6)
Harry C. Schwartz
John Beumer III
Midface Distraction Osteogenesis
512(8)
Martin Chin
Midface Distraction
520(11)
Steven R. Cohen
Ralph E. Holmes
Lester Machado
Maxillary Advancement Combined With Posterior Palate Reposition Via Distraction Osteogenesis: A Case Report
531(4)
Cesar A. Guerrero
William H. Bell
Marianela Gonzalez
Alejandra Rojas
Distraction Osteogenesis in Maxillary Hypoplasia Using Internal Devices: Case Reports
535(6)
Angel Emparanza
Arturo Vela
Felicidad Lasagabaster
Correction of Maxillary Deficiency Using the ROD-4 Distraction Device: A Case Report
541(4)
Yan Razdolsky
Stuart Dessner
Tarek El-Bialy
XI CRANIAL DISTRACTION 545(36)
Substitution of Cranial Defects by Bone Transport
547(14)
Vladimir I. Shevtsov
Alexander N. Diachkov
Alexander T. Khudiaev
Craniofacial Distraction Osteogenesis for Correction of Midface and Cranial Hypoplasia
561(9)
Tanetaka Akizuki
Kitaro Ohmori
Correction of Plagiocephaly Using an Internal Distraction Device: A Case Report
570(5)
Seiichiro Kobayashi
Takayuki Honda
Cranial Distraction Osteogenesis: Case Reports
575(6)
Craig A. Vander Kolk
XII POTENTIAL MISTAKES AND COMPLICATIONS 581
Potential Mistakes and Complications During Distraction Osteogenesis
583
Alexander M. Cherkashin
Mikhail L. Samchukov
Distraction Osteogenesis: Overcoming the Challenges of a New Technique
595
Suzanne U. Stucki-McCormick
Stephanie Drew
Ronald D. Mizrahi


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