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Needles' split cast method --> split cast method

A procedure for placing indexed casts on an articulator to facilitate their removal and replacement on the instrument, the procedure of checking the ability of an articulator to receive or be adjusted to a maxillomandibular relation record.

Synonym: needles' split cast method.


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