Jordan Scott Gross

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  • J S Gross
  • 1997
A variety of grafting materials are available for use in dental applications. Autogenous bone is the material of choice because of its osteogenic properties, which allow bone to form rapidly and under conditions where significant bone augmentation or repair is required. For other dental applications, allografts and alloplasts are appropriate. Knowing the(More)
Morel-Lavallée lesions are hemolymphatic, nonanatomic fluid collections that result from a separation of the subcutaneous tissue from the underlying fascia. Ultrasound and MRI characteristics of such lesions have been previously described and can be helpful in establishing a diagnosis and guiding clinical management. We present a case of a Morel-Lavallée(More)
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