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DVI

abbreviation for
Digital Visual Interface: a standard for converting an analogue display into digital format
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An accurate and realistic off-the-shelf Condylus mandibulae prosthesis would not only improve TMJ function, reduce disability and prevent further morbidity in an individual suffering from TMD (Mercuri), but it would also reduce treatment cost as there is no need to create a custom Condylus mandibulae prosthesis for every patient.
Stress, anxiety, interferences in occlusion, and teeth loss causing mal-alignment of residual dentition, leading to unfavorable loading, masticatory muscles dysfunction and related structures, external and internal effects on TMJ area and/or combination of these can act as factors of TMDs.4,6 Occlusion has been considered to have a role in the aetiology of TMDs.5,7 The number of missing teeth is directly related to development of clicking sounds in the TMJ.8,9 Due to loss of posterior teeth the secondary changes can occur e.g.
Initially TMDs were applied as burnished or sputtered coatings in dry friction regime [2]; however, after the pioneering synthesis of TMDs as inorganic fullerene-like nanoparticles [3], it became possible to make use of their potential as a lubricant additive.
'Unfortunately, their optical properties are often highly variable and non-uniform, making it critical to improve and control the optical properties of these TMD materials to realise reliable high-efficiency devices.
Studies5,6 suggested depression as a risk for temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMD) by influencing the association between pain and motor activity; and there is evidence that TMD and pain might have a negative effect on chewing ability.
Apperley joined TMDs in 2016 after interning as a development associate with Lenza Construction.
(a) Comparison of observed amplitudes and amplitudes in wind tunnel test for two values of damping ([delta] is logarithmic damping), (b) location 16 TMDs for the first and second bending modes, (c) vertical girder vibration time-history before and after TMD installation.
TMDs, characterized by the chemical formula M[X.sub.2], where M is a transition metal (commonly Mo, W) and X is a group VI element (S, Se, and Te), are a family of highly anisotropic layered semiconductor materials.
The latter system, by analogy with the tuned mass damper (TMD) [10], consists of mass, spring, and damper elements that are installed in series with a novel type of device, the inerter [11].
First RTG of the TMD structures should be performed before prosthodontic treatment, with the mandible position, that patient is acustomed to.