J B Seigneuric

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Primary extranodal malignant lymphoma is relatively rare. Clinical and radiological features may lead to the misdiagnosis of chronic osteomyelitis. We report a case of primary non-Hodgkin's lymphoma that involved the mandibular region in a 53-year-old man. Differential diagnosis with other mandibular diseases is difficult because there is a non specific(More)
Our aim was to conduct an epidemiological study in order to better assess the frequency of maxillo-facial sport injuries. Only those activities that are practised within a sport or game association are included in the study. A standard letter was sent to all French sport and game associations (Olympic or not) as well as to some major insurance companies (73(More)
INTRODUCTION Focal hematopoietic bone marrow defect of the mandible is a little documented benign jaw lesion. It is usually diagnosed fortuitously by orthopantomography. OBSERVATION A 48-year-old woman was referred by her dentist for radiolucency of the molar mandibular region. This could be observed on the panoramic view as an osteoporotic lesion,(More)
Velopharyngeal insufficiency remains a sequel of labial-alveolar-velopalatine clefts. It may occur despite a good quality primary repair. A surgical management must be considered as soon as speech therapy is no longer efficient or before any irreversible compensatory speech pattern appears. Thus, surgery should be decided on after consultation between the(More)
A high rate of cleft patients present with maxillary hypoplasia. Most of the growth defects concern the anteroposterior axis of the maxilla. Before bone lengthening by distraction osteogenesis, orthognathic surgery was the only alternative treatment for maxillary hypoplasia. Several studies showed the lack of stability after conventional surgery. In this(More)
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