The purpose of this study was to evaluate the accuracy of artificial neural networks in the prediction of the postoperative facial swelling following the impacted mandibular third molars extraction. The improved conjugate grads BP algorithm combining with adaptive BP algorithm and conjugate gradient BP algorithm together was used. This neural networks model was trained and tested based on the data from patients, in which patients were made as the training samples, and another patients were assigned as the test samples. The improved conjugate grads BP algorithm was able to not only avoid the problem of local minimum effectively, but also improve the networks training speed greatly. The accuracy of this model was
Patients' postoperative facial swelling following third molars extraction may have both biological impacts and social impacts. The purpose of. An year-old, HIV-negative, non-diabetic man developed right facial pain, swelling and redness one day after right upper molar extraction. Despite outpatient.
Special Offers. There are numerous potential causes of tooth swelling. Whatever the cause, it can be a serious issue that is often the result of bacterial infection. As such, while there are some things you can do for it at home, it should be diagnosed and treated by your dentist, particularly if accompanied by a fever and face swelling.
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