Al Olivi

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The slit-ventricle syndrome (SVS) has been the subject of diverse opinions and recommendations during the past 2 decades. In an effort to define the clinical features of SVS and to make recommendations concerning management we have reviewed 15 cases treated by a fairly uniform technique during the past 5 years. The syndrome consists of: (1) intermittent,(More)
As we all know that latest innovations in dentistry and higher patient's expectations have led to more conservative treatment approaches in saving the teeth with hopeless periodontal prognosis. As and when the periodontal diseases affect the furcation area of a tooth; the chance of its exfoliation increases significantly. Such clinical problems make it(More)
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