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Variations of the prominences of the bony palate and their relationship to complete dentures in korean skulls

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Authors
Lee, S.P; Paik, K.S; Kim, M.K
Issue Date
2001-08
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell
Citation
Clinical Anatomy 14:324-329
Keywords
posterior palatine crestpalatal ridgespalatal tuberclepalatine torusbony palateKorean
Abstract
The osteological and morphological variations of the prominences in the bony palate of 160 Korean skulls were studied. The frequency of the occurrence of the posterior palatine crest, located on the posterior border of the greater palatine foramen, was 13.8%. Palatal ridges were observed commonly in the skulls; however, the smooth type, which has no palatal ridges in the palate, was shown in 14.7% of cases, and palatal spines were observed in 33.8%. The prevalence of palatal tubercles was 11.6%, and all were found in the molar region. The palatine torus was found in 18.8% of cases and the most common type was along the median palatine suture from the incisive foramen to the posterior border of the palatine bone (63.3%). No significant differences between sexes or sides were found in the posterior palatine crest, palatal ridges, and palatal tubercle. However, the sex distribution of the palatine torus was significantly different (P < 0.05). These results would be helpful clinically in fabricating maxillary complete dentures for edentulous patients.
ISSN
0897-3806
Language
English
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/69733
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1002/ca.1059
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