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BACKGROUND Facial injuries in children always present a challenge in respect of their diagnosis and management. Since these children are of a growing age every care should be taken so that later the overall growth pattern of the facial skeleton in these children is not jeopardized. PURPOSE To access the most feasible method for the management of facial(More)
AIM To compare the efficacy of buccal fat pad (BFP) graft with sandwich graft (hydroxyapatite crystals embedded within collagen sheath) in closure of oroantral defects. MATERIALS AND METHODS A 2-year prospective study was conducted; 20 patients were included in the study were divided into two groups having 10 patients in each. Group I patients underwent(More)
Augmentation of the floor of the maxillary sinus is an extremely important technique for posterior site development in the maxilla prior to implant placement. A number of techniques have been suggested and used in the past to deal with membrane perforations such as suturing the membrane, application of fibrin sealants oxidized regenerated cellulose and(More)
BACKGROUND The microbiology of acute dental infections has been in the midst of many researches. Various bacteriological studies show variations in their conclusion. The purpose of our study was to evaluate the microbial flora in orofacial space infections of odontogenic origin, which is essential for appropriate antibiotic selection. MATERIALS AND(More)
  • Priya, Kandaswamy A, Danvanth V, Chezhiyan Na, Hariram
  • 2015
The proposed work focuses with the performance comparison of minimizing the channel Interference for the transmission of cardiac signal over mobile n e t w o r k . Telemonitoring of Electrocardiogram (ECG) signals through mobile communication network provides unlimited coverage area, covering many patients at the same time, homepatient monitoring and(More)
Ameloblastoma or adamantinoma is the rarest of the three forms of tumor of the odontogenic type. They are benign, locally aggressive neoplasms arising from ameloblasts, which typically occur at the angle of the mandible, and are often associated with an un-erupted tooth and must, therefore, be differentiated from a dentigerous cyst which will be centered on(More)
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