C. Geetha Priya

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INTRODUCTION "The fibers running anteroposteriorly within the core and in concentric curves across the base of each ruga" determine their orientation and forms. The varying shapes of palatal rugae can be attributed to the fact that rugae develop as localized regions of epithelial proliferation and thickening. Fibroblasts and collagen fibers then accumulate(More)
Cognitive Radio Network (CRN) is an intelligent wireless communication system that adapts itself to variations in the incoming radio frequency stimuli by modifying the operating parameters. Using the spectrum sensing techniques, the idle channels are detected, and allocated to the Secondary Users (SUs). The existing cooperative spectrum sensing techniques(More)
Oligodontia is one of the most common developmental abnormalities in humans. The present case report highlights the features of oligodontia in a 12-year-old male patient which was managed successfully with multidisciplinary approach. Familial oligodontia represents as an absence of varying numbers of secondary teeth seen as an isolated trait. The advance in(More)
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