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Relapse after orthodontic tooth movement is a significant problem in orthodontics. The purpose of this study was to examine the efficacy of the osteoclast inhibitor osteoprotegerin-Fc (OPG-Fc) for inhibiting postorthodontic relapse. Rat maxillary molars were moved mesially and allowed to relapse for 24 days. Low-dose (1 mg/kg) or high-dose (5 mg/kg) OPG-Fc(More)
provided the original work is properly cited. CC The most common legal claim that anesthesiologists can encounter after general anesthesia would be dental damage. The major causal factors for dental lesion, associated with oral endotracheal intubation, are patient's poor dentition, aggressive laryngoscopy, insufficient anesthesia and curarization, emergency(More)
provided the original work is properly cited. CC The brachial plexus is structurally vulnerable to damage because it is fixed at the cervical vertebra, pre-cervical fascia, and axillary fascia while it extends longitudinally on the surface layer [1]. Causative factors for brachial plexus injury (BPI) during surgery are patients' comorbidity, anatomical(More)
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