Babak Ghassemi

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A total of 1619 patients, 502 males and 1117 females, ranging in age from 6.5 to 32 years old were examined. The study used a full set of radiographs, panographs, lateral cephalogram and study models to find the highest prevalence of congenitally missing teeth in class II malocclusion patients and a significant amount of missing maxillary teeth in Class III(More)
BACKGROUND There are well-known complications for shunt procedures. Shunt fracture or disconnection is the second most frequent cause of shunt malfunction in children. Shunt disconnection is not a common cause of shunt malfunction in the early period after installation, especially in the adulthood. CASE DESCRIPTION Fracture of the proximal (inlet)(More)
A giant intradiploic angiolipoma of the skull: controversies in diagnosis of skull bone lesions. Abstract: The present study reports a very rare case of giant intradiploic angiolipoma. To our knowledge this is the second case reported of an intradiploic angiolipoma that occurred in the calvarium. We present a short controversial discussion regarding the new(More)
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