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Clinical Orthodontics and Research is now published as Orthodontics & Craniofacial Research.

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 4, Number 4, November 2001

Reflections on science II. The language of bioscience
pp. 190-191(2)
Author: Melnick, Michael

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What makes orthodontic treatment good?
pp. 192-193(2)
Author: Dibbets, Jos M.H.

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The expression of osteopontin with condylar remodeling in growing rats
pp. 194-199(6)
Authors: Sugiyama, Hiroki; Imada, Masae; Sasaki, Akiko; Ishino, Yoshihiro; Kawata, Toshitugu; Tanne, Kazuo

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Computer-aided measurement and grading of cranial asymmetry in children with and without torticollis
pp. 200-205(6)
Authors: Chang, Pei-Yeh; Chien, Y-Wien; Huang, Fu-Yuan; Chang, Nin-Chun; Perng, Der-Baau

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The quantitative and qualitative analysis of the craniofacial skeleton of mice lacking the IGF-I gene
pp. 206-219(14)
Authors: McAlarney, M.E.; Rizos, M.; Rocca, E.G.; Nicolay, O.F.; Efstratiadis, S.

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Self-ligating brackets and treatment efficiency
pp. 220-227(8)
Author: Harradine, Nigel W.T.

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Treatment time, outcome, and patient satisfaction comparisons of Damon and conventional brackets
pp. 228-234(7)
Authors: Eberting, Jeffrey J.; Straja, Sorin R.; Tuncay, Orhan C.

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Expansion: how much can the periodontium tolerate?
pp. 235-241(7)
Authors: Bassarelli, T.; Melsen, B.

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