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Basic principles of obturator design for partially edentulous patients. Part II: design principles.
  • M. Aramany
  • Engineering, Medicine
  • The Journal of prosthetic dentistry
  • 1 December 1978
A classification for partially edentulous maxillectomy patients has been proposed, and a suggested design for each class is discussed. A simplified approach to the planning of resective surgery and aExpand
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A history of prosthetic management of cleft palate: Paré to Suersen.
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Prosthodontic rehabilitation for glossectomy patients.
Patients with oral carcinomas often have resection of the tongue, the floor of the mouth, or the bone of the mandible. Postoperatively, these patients encounter chewing, swallowing, and speechExpand
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Basic principles of obturator design for partially edentulous patients. Part I: classification.
  • M. Aramany
  • Engineering, Medicine
  • The Journal of prosthetic dentistry
  • 1 November 1978
A classification for partially edentulous maxillectomy dental arches is proposed. This classification is based on the frequency of occurrence of maxillary defects in a population of 123 patients.
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Intermaxillary fixation following mandibular resection.
This report concerns 14 patients who were treated by use of immediate intermaxillary fixation after segmental resection of the mandible to eradicate cancerous lesions. Mandibular resection usuallyExpand
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Speech considerations in prosthodontic rehabilitation of the glossectomy patient.
A knowledge of normal articulation is needed before the prosthodontist can assess the compensatory articulation used by glossectomy patients. The amount and portion of tongue resected is directlyExpand
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The function of the parotid gland following radiation therapy for head and neck cancer.
Abstract The parotid gland was selected for study of its salivary output before and after radiation therapy for head and neck cancer. Before radiation therapy, a sialogram of the parotid gland wasExpand
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Palatal neoplasms: reconstruction considerations.
Review of the literature and our personal experience with carcinoma of the palate indicates that a significant number of patients may benefit from palatal resection, either as an initial modality, inExpand
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Effect of nasal extension sections on the voice quality of acquired cleft palate patients.
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