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    • Does head posture have a significant effect on the hyoid bone position and sternocleidomastoid electromyographic activity in young adults? 

      Valenzuela, Saúl; Miralles, Rodolfo; Ravera, María José; Espinoza Zúñiga, Claudia; Santander, Hugo; Ferrer, Marcelo; Nakouzi, Jorge (Maney Publishing, 2005)
      The aim of this study was to evaluate the associations between head posture (head extension, normal head posture, and head flexion) and anteroposterior head position, hyoid bone position, and the sternocleidomastoid ...
    • Effects of breathing type on electromyographic activity of respiratory muscles at different body positions 

      Valenzuela, Saúl; Miralles, Rodolfo; Santander, Hugo; Bull Simpfendorfer, Ricardo; Cordova, Rosa; Celhay, Isabel; Cavada Chacón, Gabriel; Gutiérrez, Mario Felipe (Taylor and Francis Ltd., 2017)
      © 2016 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. Aim: To compare the effect of breathing type on the activity of respiratory muscles at different body positions. Methodology: Two groups of 20 subjects each, ...
    • Laterotrusive occlusal schemes and jaw posture tasks effects on supra- and infrahyoid EMG activity in the lateral decubitus position 

      Miralles Lozano, Rodolfo; Gallardo, Francisca; Baeza Paredes, Mauricio; Valenzuela, Saúl; Ravera, María José; Ormeño Ortiz, Guillermo; Cavada Chacón, Gabriel (2007)
      The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of canine guidance and group function on supra- and infrahyoid EMG activity in the lateral decubitus position at different jaw posture tasks. The sample included 40 ...
    • Olfactory sensory perception Sensopercepción olfatoria: Una revision 

      Fuentes, Aler; Fresno, María Javiera; Santander, Hugo; Valenzuela, Saúl; Gutiérrez, Mario Felipe; Miralles, Rodolfo (Sociedad Medica de Santiago, 2011)
      The five senses have had a fundamental importance for survival and socialization of human beings. From an evolutionary point of view the sense of smell is the oldest. This sense has a strong representation within the genome, ...
    • Sensopercepción olfatoria: una revisión 

      Fuentes del Campo, Aler; Fresno Rivas, María Javiera; Santander, Hugo; Valenzuela, Saúl; Gutiérrez, Mario Felipe; Miralles Lozano, Rodolfo (SOC MEDICA SANTIAGO, 2011-03)
      The five senses have had a fundamental importance for survival and socialization of human beings. From an evolutionary point of view the sense of smell is the oldest. This sense has a strong representation within the genome, ...
    • The effect of a mandibular advancement appliance on cervical lordosis in patients with TMD and cervical pain 

      Santander, Hugo; Espinoza Zúñiga, Claudia; Miralles, Rodolfo; Valenzuela, Saúl; Santander, Montserrat Carolina; Gutiérrez, Mario Felipe; Córdova, Rosa (Maney Publishing, 2014)
      © W. S. Maney & Son Ltd 2014. Aims: A preliminary study to compare cervical lordosis by means of cervical cephalometric analysis, before and after six months of continuous mandibular advancement appliance (MAA) use, and ...
    • The effect of tooth clenching and grinding on anterior temporalis electromyographic activity in healthy subjects 

      Gutiérrez, Mario Felipe; Miralles, Rodolfo; Fuentes, Aler; Cavada Chacón, Gabriel; Valenzuela, Saúl; Santander, Hugo; Fresno, María Javiera (Maney Publishing, 2010)
      The aim of this study was to determine the effect of tooth clenching and grinding on anterior temporalis electromyographic (EMG) activity. The sample included 30 healthy subjects with natural dentition and bilateral molar ...