Kenneth S George

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Central Giant Cell Granulomas (CGCG) of the jaw are uncommon benign lesions which usually occur in the mandible in young adults. Here we present a case report of a 45-year-old woman who presented with a 5-month history of right nasal obstruction secondary to a large maxillary CGCG. The age, symptoms at presentation, location and radiographic features were(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe the distribution of diabetes, hypertension and related behavioural and biological risk factors in adults in Barbados by gender, education and occupation. DESIGN Multistage probability sampling was used to select a representative sample of the adult population (≥ 25 years). Participants were interviewed using standard questionnaires,(More)
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