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CEJChemical Education Journal
CEJCementoenamel Junction
CEJCenter for Economic Justice
CEJCoalition for Educational Justice
CEJCoastal Engineering Journal
CEJCenter for Environmental Journalism
CEJCoalition for Environmental Justice (various locations)
CEJCoalition for Economic Justice
CEJCotton Eyed Joe (dance)
CEJContrat Enfance et Jeunesse (French: Childhood and Youth Contract)
CEJCenter for Environmental Justice (Sri Lanka and Washington, DC)
CEJChristian Education Journal
CEJCabinet d'Études Juridiques (French: Office of Legal Studies; law firm)
CEJCreative Elements Jewelry
CEJConstruire Ensemble Jeunes (French: Youth Building Together; summer camp association)
CEJComite Exigimos Justicia
CEJConsumer Education Junction
CEJConseil des Enfants et des Jeunes (French: Council for Children and Youth)
CEJCardioesophageal Junction (anatomy)
CEJCabinet d'Expertise Juridique (French: Legal Firm)
CEJCamps et Échanges de Jeunes (French: Camps and Youth Exchange; Lions Club International)
CEJCentre d'Études Japonaise (French: Center for Japanese Studies)
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Characteristics with median palatine suture Maxillary transmigrant canines (n = 5) Position and angulation of transmigrated canine Horizontal (80[degrees]-90[degrees]) 4 (80%) Mesioangular (45[degrees]) 1 (20%) Distance travelled in contralateral arch past midline suture by transmigrated canine along its long axis Tip of crown till less than halfway length 3 (60%) of crown of transmigrated canine Halfway of crown till cementoenamel junction 2 (40%) of transmigrated canine Beyond cementoenamel junction irrespective -- of root of transmigrated canine Table 4: Summary of published studies on transmigration.
* GIII--Teeth submitted to dental bleaching and sealed with Coltosol, from 3 mm below the cementoenamel junction (CEJ) up to the tooth crown;
The presence of groove was categorized by extension of groove on palatal side beyond cingulum either coronal or apical to cementoenamel junction.
Radiograph (IOPA) taken in the right anterior region of the jaw (tooth number 53) revealed evidence of fracture line running 2 mm below the cementoenamel junction and involving the pulp (Figure 2).
Dentigerous cyst encloses only the coronal portion of the impacted tooth with the radiolucency attached at the cementoenamel junction (CEJ), whereas in AOT the radiolucency usually surrounds both the coronal and radicular aspects of the involved tooth.
The foramina diameters and the distance of the foramen to the cementoenamel junction, and to the alveolar bone crest, were measured.