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With improving technology, osteoradionecrosis may become a chapter in the history of medicine. As treatments for malignancy become more specific to diseased cells and less disruptive of normal tissue physiology, we will see less ORN. However, at the present time, it is a severely debilitating disease that must be aggressively prevented and treated.
The incidence of respiratory complications following orthognathic surgery was investigated by a survey of 234 private oral and maxillofacial surgeons and residency programs to determine if prolonged postoperative intubation is warranted. The results showed no significant increase in such complications when patients were extubated within 8 hours following… (More)
A patient without lupus erythematosus in whom a routine presurgical work-up resulted in discovery of the SLE circulating antibody is described. The diagnosis and treatment are discussed.