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Table 2 Reference points

From: Skeletal stability after 2-jaw surgery via surgery-first approach in facial asymmetry patients using CBCT

Reference points 
Na(Nasion)Most anterior point of the frontonasal suture
U1Contact point of maxillary central incisors
AMost posterior point on curve between ANS and prosthion
Pog(Pogonion)Most anterior midpoint of symphysis of mandible
Me(Menton)Most inferior point on the symphysis outline
Ba(Basion)Most anterior, inferior point of foramen magnum
OrRt.(Orbitale Rt.)Most inferior point of the Rt. orbital rim
OrLt.(Orbitale Lt.)Most inferior point of the Lt. orbital rim
PoRt.(Porion Rt.)Most superior point of the Rt. external auditory meatus
PoLt.(Porion Lt.)Most superior point of the Lt. external auditory meatus
CdsupRt.(Condylion Superior Rt.)Most superior point of Rt. condyle head
CdsupLt.(Condylion Superior Lt.)Most superior point of Lt. condyle head
CdlatRt.(Condylion Lateral Rt.)Most lateral point of Rt. condyle head
CdlatLt.(Condylion Lateral Lt.)Most lateral point of Lt. condyle head
GolatRt.(Gonion Lateral Rt.)Most lateral point of Rt. gonion area
GolatLt.(Gonion Lateral Lt.)Most lateral point of Lt. gonion area
GoinfRt.(Gonion Inferior Rt.)Most inferior point of Rt. gonion area
GoinfLt.(Gonion Inferior Lt.)Most inferior point of Lt. gonion area
AgRt.(Antegonion Rt.)Deepest point of Rt. antegonial notch of mandible
AgLt.(Antegonion Lt.)Deepest point of Lt. antegonial notch of mandible
U6CPRtThe mesiobuccal cusp of the Rt. maxillary first molar
U6CPLtThe mesiobuccal cusp of the Lt. maxillary first molar
L3CPRtThe cuspal tip of the Rt. mandibular canine
L3CPLt.The cuspal tip of the Lt. mandibular canine