Chintan Modi

Walid Baddoura1
Yazan Abdeen1
Vikram Doraiswamy1
Jennifer C. Kam1
1Walid Baddoura
1Yazan Abdeen
1Vikram Doraiswamy
1Jennifer C. Kam
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Odontomas are the most common of the odontogenic tumors of the jaws, which are benign, slow growing, and nonaggressive. They are usually asymptomatic and found in routine dental radiographic examination. Odontomas are usually associated with tooth eruption disturbances. Eruption of odontoma in oral cavity is rare entity. Here we report a case of an unusual(More)
Non-typhi Salmonella normally presents as a bacteremia, enterocolitis, and endovascular infection but rarely manifests as pleuropulmonary disease. We present a case of a 66-year-old female with underlying pulmonary pathology, secondary to an extensive smoking history, who presented with a left-sided pleural effusion. The causative agent was identified as(More)
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