Fahad Mansoor Samadi

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Odontomas are the most common type of odontogenic tumor occurring within the jaws and are frequently associated with the retained deciduous teeth interfering with the eruption of permanent teeth. Compound odontomas are usually diagnosed in the anterior portion of the jaws and resemble tooth-like structure. These are usually asymptomatic. Complex odontomas(More)
The term unicystic ameloblastoma (UA) refers to those cystic lesions that show clinical, radiographic, or gross features of a jaw cyst, but on histologic examination show a typical ameloblastomatous epithelium lining part of the cyst cavity, with or without luminal and/or mural tumor growth. Although the histology suggests that cystic ameloblastomas follow(More)
INTRODUCTION Lip prints, like fingerprints, are unique to an individual and can be easily recorded. Therefore, we compared direct and indirect lip print patterns in males and females of different age groups, studied the inter- and intraobserver bias in recording the data, and observed any changes in the lip print patterns over a period of time, thereby,(More)
Riga’s papilloma or Cardarelli's apthae describes ulceration on the ventral of the tongue in neonates and infants. It is often associated with natal or neonatal teeth. It may rarely occur in older infants. Failure to diagnose and properly treat this lesion can result in inadequate nutrient intake for the infant. Treatment should begin conservatively and(More)
AIMS This study was conducted to evaluate healing of bony cavity in mandible following enucleation of cystic lesion by obliterating the cavity using modified natural bone granules (G Graft) and calcium phosphate bone cement (G Bone). MATERIALS AND METHOD In this technique, after enucleation of cystic lesion, peripheral ostectomy using No. 702 fissure bur(More)
The past two decades have been golden years for the genetics of cancer. It has become clear through the work of countless laboratory groups that both inherited and sporadic cancers arise through defects or misregulations of their genomes. Despite advances in surgery, radiotherapy, and chemotherapy, the survival of patients with oral squamous cell carcinoma(More)
Central giant cell granuloma (CGCG) is an uncommon, benign, proliferative, and nonodontogenic lesion whose etiology is not defined. Thought to represent a reparative response to intrabony haemorrhage and inflammation, CGCG was once regarded as a reactive lesion. Central giant cell granuloma usually is an asymptomatic lesion, which may become evident during(More)
AIM This study was designed to assess the reliability of blood glucose level estimation in gingival crevicular blood(GCB) for screening diabetes mellitus. MATERIALS AND METHOD 70 patients were included in study. A randomized, double-blind clinical trial was performed. Among these, 39 patients were diabetic (including 4 patients who were diagnosed during(More)
AIM This study was undertaken to evaluate the percentage of gutta-percha-filled area (PGFA) using microscopic analysis of the cross-sections in the apical third of root canals when filled either with Thermafil technique, Warm Vertical Condensation technique and Cold Lateral Condensation technique without using sealers. MATERIALS AND METHODS Sixty single(More)
Peripheral giant cell granuloma (PGCG) is one of the most frequent giant cell lesions of the jaws and originates from the connective tissue of the periosteum or the periodontal membrane. It is also known as giant cell epulis, osteoclastoma, giant cell reparative granuloma, or giant-cell hyperplasia. The exact etiology of PGCG is unknown but the usual(More)
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