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Soft tissue reactions to non-submerged unloaded titanium implants in beagle dogs.
The soft tissue reactions to non-submerged unloaded titanium implants were examined. A total of 24 implants were placed in 6 beagle dogs. The implants differed in their crestal area by having eitherExpand
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Hybrid tumours of salivary glands. Definition and classification of five rare cases.
  • G. Seifert, K. Donath
  • Biology, Medicine
  • European journal of cancer. Part B, Oral oncology
  • 1 July 1996
Hybrid tumours are very rare tumour entities which are composed of two different tumour entities, each of which conforms with an exactly defined tumour category. The tumour entities of a hybridExpand
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A comparison of ePTFE membranes alone or in combination with platelet-derived growth factors and insulin-like growth factor-I or demineralized freeze-dried bone in promoting bone formation around
The purpose of this study was to compare bone promotion around implants which were augmented with ePTFE membranes alone or in combination with cortical demineralized freeze-dried bone (DFDB) or theExpand
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Statistical study for sonographic differential diagnosis of tumorous lesions in the parotid gland.
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to clarify characteristic sonomorphologic features of parotid lesions statistically and to propose new criteria for the differential diagnosis. STUDY DESIGNExpand
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De novo bone formation using bovine collagen and platelet-rich plasma.
In order to regenerate critical-size bone defects, a variety of bone substitutes is used in addition to autogenous bone. The regenerative capacity of these bone substitutes is usually compared to theExpand
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[On the pathogenesis of the Küttner tumor of the submandibular gland -- Analysis of 349 cases with chronic sialadenitis of the submandibular (author's transl)].
In view of the etiology and pathogenesis of the so-called Kütter tumor (chronic sialadenitis of the submandibular gland) gland resections of 349 patients (salivary gland register at the Institute ofExpand
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Glandular odontogenic cyst (sialo-odontogenic cyst): report of two cases and literature review of 45 previously reported cases.
The clinical, radiological, histopathological and immunohistochemical (cytokeratin) features of two cases of glandular odontogenic cyst (GOC) are presented and discussed in a review of 45 cases ofExpand
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BIO-OSS--a resorbable bone substitute?
BIO-OSS is an allergen-free bone substitute material of bovine origin, used to fill bone defects or to reconstruct ridge configurations. Seventy one patients (39 female, 32 male) received 126 BIO-OSSExpand
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Characteristic features of trabecular bone in edentulous maxillae.
Following tooth loss, the maxillary alveolar ridge is affected by extensive resorption and its cancellous bone substance undergoes intense remodeling processes. This is particularly important forExpand
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Bovine hydroxyapatite for maxillary sinus grafting: comparative histomorphometric findings in sheep.
This experimental study in animals examines the value of bovine hydroxyapatite as grafting material in one-stage sinus lift procedure. The Schneiderian membrane was elevated from extraorally in 54Expand
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