Tag: Clinical features

Benign hemangiopericytoma: Clinical features, Differential diagnosis,Investigation,Treatment

Benign hemangiopericytoma: Clinical features, Differential diagnosis,Investigation,Treatment

Benign hemangiopericytoma: Clinical features, Differential diagnosis,Investigation,Treatment Benign Hemangiopericytoma The separation between the hemangiopericytoma and the solitary fibrous tumor has become less and less distinct, and the validity of the hemangiopericytoma as a separate entity has been put in doubt because so many of its features are shared by other tumors. If we consider these two […]

November 22, 2012 | By | Reply More
Management of Zygomatic Complex Fracture

Management of Zygomatic Complex Fracture

Management of Zygomatic Complex Fracture Clinical feature: 1. Unilateral epistaxis 2. Subconjuntival hemorrhage 3. Periorbital ecchymoses 4. Diplopia 5. Enopthalmus 6. Flattening of the face 7. Anaesthesia & parasthesia of the zygomatic buttress Treatment: After proper initial management, Treatment is done by- 1. If en block fracture- reduction only by Bristow’s elevator. Procedure: • L.A […]

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Salivary Calculi : Clinical Features , Pathology , Management

Salivary Calculi : Clinical Features , Pathology , Management

Salivary Calculi : Clinical Features , Pathology , Management A stone can form in a salivary gland or duct. At least 80% of calculi form in the submandibular gland, about 6% in the parotid and about 2% in the sublingual and minor salivary glands. Clinical features : Adults are mainly affected Males twice as often […]

January 6, 2012 | By | Reply More
Eruption Cyst: Definition, Etiology, Clinical features, Differential diagnosis, Treatment of Eruption Cyst

Eruption Cyst: Definition, Etiology, Clinical features, Differential diagnosis, Treatment of Eruption Cyst

Eruption Cyst: Definition, Etiology, Clinical features, Differential diagnosis, Treatment of Eruption Cyst Definition: Eruption cyst is a soft-tissue formof dentigerous cyst and is associated with an erupting deciduous or permanent tooth. Etiology: Separation of the dental follicle fromaround the crown of the tooth. Clinical features: It presents as a well-demarcated, fluctuant, and soft swelling directly […]

October 1, 2011 | By | Reply More
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