H.C. (Chien) Nguyen MSc

H.C. (Chien) Nguyen MSc

Assistant Professor
  • Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Prosthodontics and Special Dental Care

Research Output (5)

Prediction of the Proximal Humerus Morphology Based on a Statistical Shape Model with Two Parameters:Comparison to Contralateral Registration Method

van Schaardenburgh Florianne E., Nguyen H. Chien, Magré Joëll, Willemsen Koen, van Rietbergen Bert, Nijs Stefaan 13 Oct 2023, In: Bioengineering (Basel, Switzerland). 10

A gap-filling, regenerative implant for open-wedge osteotomy

Rikkers Margot, Nguyen H. Chien, Golafshan Nasim, de Ruijter Mylène, Levato Riccardo, Vonk Lucienne A., van Egmond Nienke, Castilho Miguel, Custers Roel J.H., Malda Jos 2023, In: Journal of Cartilage and Joint Preservation. 3 , p. 1-10 10 p.

Visual Inspection for Lower Limb Malalignment Diagnosis Is Unreliable

Nguyen H. Chien, van Egmond Nienke, de Visser Huub M., Weinans Harrie, Sakkers Ralph J.B., Custers Roel J.H. Dec 2022, In: Cartilage. 13 , p. 59-65 7 p.

A New Protocol for Obtaining Whole Leg Radiographs with Excellent Reproducibility

Nguyen Chien, van Egmond Nienke, Hevesib Mario, Weinans H, Gielis Willem Paul, Custers Roel Mar 2022, In: The Journal of Cartilage & Joint Preservation . 2 , p. 1-9

The need for a standardized whole leg radiograph guideline:The effects of knee flexion, leg rotation, and X-ray beam height

Nguyen Chien, Gielis Willem Paul, van Egmond Nienke, Weinans H, Slump C. H., Sakkers Ralph, Custers Roel 3 Aug 2021, In: Journal of Cartilage & Joint Preservation. 1 , p. 1-8 8 p.

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