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Peripheral Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumours (pPNET) are rare aggressive tumours of neural crest cell origin. These tumours are more common in children and young adults. This is a unique report of one such presentation in a 23-year-old lady occurring in the left side posterior maxilla and Paranasal sinuses along with imaging characteristics, histopathologic(More)
The existing scheme for result verification in a distributed grid system is replication. This scheme suffers from collusion and redundant execution of the jobs leading to high resource consumption. In order to combat these issues, a scheme called quizzing is proposed in the three-tier grid architecture. Some tasks of given jobs itself are given as quiz(More)
Verrucous carcinoma (VC) is an exophytic, low-grade, well-differentiated variant of squamous cell carcinoma. It is described as a lesion appearing in the sixth or seventh decade of life that has minimal aggressive potential and, in long-standing cases, has been shown to transform into squamous cell carcinoma. Oral submucous fibrosis (OSMF) is a potentially(More)
AIM AND OBJECTIVE To investigate age, sex based on gonial angle, width and breadth of the ramus of the mandible by digital orthopantomograph. MATERIALS AND METHODS A total of 200 panoramic radiographic images were selected. The age of the individuals ranged between 4 and 75 years of both the gender - males (113) and females (87) and selected radiographic(More)
Desmoplastic fibroma (DF) is a rare, benign fibrous tumor of the bone which is locally aggressive. Desmoplastic fibroma forms 0.3% of the benign osseous tumors, which most commonly occurs in the tibia, scapula, and femur. Most commonly affected site in the head and neck region is Mandible. Desmoplastic fibroma causes bone destruction and has a high tendency(More)
A well-proportioned face combines features that are balanced and symmetrical. Any structural alteration that leads to facial asymmetry causes esthetical and psychological disturbances. Lipoatrophy is one such condition, which results in loss of subcutaneous fat layer and manifests as a depression. Although many subtypes with varying clinical and etiological(More)
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