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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
Ptyalism : definition, causes and treatment of ptyalism

Ptyalism : definition, causes and treatment of ptyalism

Ptyalism : definition, causes and treatment of ptyalism Definition: It is an excessive salivation seen in patients. Causes: 1. Local cause: a. Pathological condition: ANUG, Apthous ulcer, Herpetic ulcer b. Presence of foreign body: New denture, ill fitting denture, probe and mirror 2. CNS disorder: a. Mental retardation b. Parkinsonism c. Cerebral palsy d. Epilepsy […]

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Fracture of Mandibular Condyle: Clinical Features and Management

Fracture of Mandibular Condyle: Clinical Features and Management

Fracture of Mandibular Condyle: Clinical Features and Management Clinical feature: Common features: 1. Swelling over the TMJ area 2. Hemorrhage from the ear 3. Tenderness of the affected area 4. Edema 5. Restricted condylar movement 6. Anaesthesia & parasthesia of lower lip Occlusal feature: Unilateral Fracture : 1. Unilateral crossbite 2. Premature contact Bilateral Fracture […]

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Uncomplicated Crown Fractures Pathology and Management

Uncomplicated Crown Fractures Pathology and Management

Uncomplicated Crown Fractures Pathology and Management Description. Crown fractures involving enamel and dentin without pulp exposure are called uncomplicated crown fractures.They may include incisal-proximal corners, incisal edges or lingual “chisel”-type fractures in anterior teeth, and, frequently, cusps in posterior teeth. Pathology. Crown fractures that expose dentinal tubules may potentially lead to contamination and inflammation of […]

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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 […]

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Hyperdontia or Supernumerary teeth

Hyperdontia or Supernumerary teeth

Hyperdontia or Supernumerary teeth Definition : Should extra tooth germs of either the primary or secondary dentition occur, and then extra teeth will appear, a condition known as hyperdontia. This may have arisen as a result of extra proliferations of the dental lamina or one of the normal tooth germs, at an early stage, actually […]

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