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CT SCAN IMAGES ANALYSIS OF MAXILLARY SINUS DIMENSIONS AS A FORENSIC TOOL FOR SEXUAL AND RACIAL DETECTION IN A SAMPLE OF KURDISH POPULATION Ahmed, Azhar Gh. HDD- Orthodontics, MSc-Oral Pathology, University of Sulaimani, Iraq Gataa, Ibrahim S. Maxillofacial surgeon FIBMS, University of Sulaimani, Iraq Fateh, Salah M. Radiologist-DMRD, FIBMS, University of Sulaimani, Iraq Mohammed, Ghadah N. BIS, MSc Orthodontic Assistant and Technician, Private Dental Center, Sulaimani, Iraq ________________________________________ Abstract: Despite the fact that the skull and other bones may be badly disfigured in victims who are incinerated, it became urgent necessity to gender determination using maxillary sinuses as a useful
Background: Chronic dacryocystitis is the commenst cause of lacrimal passage obstruction indicates inflammation of lacrimal sac. Dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR) is the preliminary choice of surgical procedure in which lacrimal sac is connected with nasal mucosal flap by bypassing nasolacrimal duct. Objectives: This comparative study describes and evaluates the effectiveness of conventional D.C.R method and D.C.R implant method in chronic dacryocystitis cases. Materials and methods: The present comparative study consists of 200 patients with complaint of watering, pus discharge and diagnosed as chronic dacryocystitis. Out of which 160 cases were followed up for a period of 3-6 months.
Introduction- The purpose of this paper is to discuss a rarest case of hidden maxillary tooth in infra-orbital space following trauma. Pediatric dental injuries leading to traumatic tooth displacement is common in children, although it very rare and sometimes challenging to diagnose and treat traumatically embedded tooth in vital tissue spaces which may lead to serious complications if ignored. Case report- A 4-year old male child was brought with injuries on his face and mouth and swelling over left side of face, resulting from fall. The intra-oral examination revealed absence of all maxillary incisors. The paranasal sinus view showed a vague tooth-like object embedded in the floor of left orbit.
Introduction: In India, oral malignancies account for 35% of total malignancies. Surgical excision of tumor and neck dissection forms the mainstay of treatment in addition to adjuvant chemotherapy and radiotherapy. The resulting anatomical defect, functional loss, cosmetic disfigurement and the accompanying psychosocial effects can be devastating to the patient. Reconstructive surgery for head and neck defects remains an evolving challenge and plays a crucial role in improving the quality of life by restoring anatomical defect, achieving functional rehabilitation and aesthetic outcome. For many years reconstructive surgeons have used regional flaps, such as the pectoralis major myocutaneous, trapezius, latissimus dorsi or deltopectoral flaps
Hosseini, MDM is a professor of clinical oral and maxillofacial surgery at Temple University School of Dentistry. His is involved in curriculum development, outcome assessment, and integration of technology in education. The chapter on dental implants in Darby and Walsh book discuss different types of dental implants and osseointegration of implants, diagnosis and dental hygiene care of peri-implantitis, and its management. In addition, it identifies several devices that can be used to clean dental implants, and professional armamentarium that used in office treatment. Finally, it defines failed implant.
(2013) The spectrum of disease in chronic traumatic encephalopathy. Brain 136: 43–64. doi: 10.1093/brain/aws307 PMID: 23208308 Omalu B, Bailes J, Hamilton RL, Kamboh MI, Hammers J, et al. (2011) Emerging histomorphologic phenotypes of chronic traumatic encephalopathy in American athletes. Neurosurgery 69: 173–183.