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Agenesis of the paranasal sinuses is an uncommon clinical condition that appears mainly in the frontal (12%) and maxillary (5-6%) sinuses; in some populations, it appears at a higher proportion. This study investigated the prevalence of agenesis of the frontal sinuses using dental volumetric tomography (DVT) in Turkish individuals. The frontal sinuses of(More)
Mucoepidermoid carcinoma (MEC), one of the most common salivary gland malignancies, is rare in children. MEC mainly occurs in the parotid gland, along with minor glands being the second common site, particularly in palate. Clinical, histological, and radiological findings of palatal MEC in a 12-year-old girl are presented with three-year follow-up.(More)
BACKGROUND There is an indisputable relationship between tooth decay and oral hygiene. Caries can only be prevented by keeping tooth decay at bay. In several prophylactic methods, brushing is the most important. Brushing efficiency is directly related to an individuals' manual dexterity. OBJECTIVE To investigate whether there were differences in oral(More)
A diagnosis of dental caries has been a visual process, based on clinic and radiographic examination. In radiographic examination, many different factors can affect the ability to accurately detect carious lesions such as exposure parameters, type of image receptor, image processing, display system, viewing conditions, radiographic illusions, the training(More)
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