BioMed Research International / 2019 / Article / Fig 7

Research Article

Effects of Twin Inclined Plane Device on Adaptation and Ultrastructure Variations in Condyle of Growing Rats

Figure 7

The 3D images of the posterior margin of the condyle’s lateral view in growing rats in control and experimental groups. (a–f) The condyle in the control group and experimental group at days 3 and 14 all had a smooth and circular arc. (g) For condyles in the experimental group at day 30, the lower part of the posterior margin of the condyle began to flatten. (h) At day 60 in the experimental group, the posterior margin of the condyle was completely flattened.
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