Monal Bhaurao Yuwanati

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OBJECTIVE To study and compare the effects of dental amalgam and composite restorations on human dental pulp. MATERIALS AND METHODS One hundred sound premolars scheduled for orthodontic extraction were divided equally into two groups: group A, teeth restored with silver amalgam, and group B, teeth restored with composite resin. Each group was equally(More)
Fibrosarcoma is a malignant mesenchymal neoplasm of fibroblasts that rarely affects the oral cavity and can cause local recurrences or metastasis. In this paper, a case of fibrosarcoma in the posterior area of mandible in a 44-year-old woman is described. Clinical examination revealed a growth on right mandibular third molar region extending on the buccal(More)
The occurrence of natal and neonatal teeth is an uncommon anomaly, which for centuries has been associated with diverse superstitions among different ethnic groups. Natal teeth are more frequent than neonatal teeth, with the ratio being approximately 3 : 1. It must be considered that natal and neonatal teeth are conditions of fundamental importance not only(More)
Congenital granular cell tumor is a rare benign neoplastic growth affecting the gingival mucosa of neonates. Prenatal ultrasound diagnosis has recently come to focus and in spite of several reports on immune-histochemical and other advanced marker studies, the cause and origin of the lesion remains debatable till date. Review of literature on prenatal(More)
An unusual case of large buccal tumour has been described. The lesion was clinically compatible with a squamous cell carcinoma, but it had pathological features of an ameloblastoma arising in the soft tissues. Only few cases of extragingival peripheral ameloblastoma were found in a review of the literature. Possible origins of these tumours are still(More)
BACKGROUND Prolonged use of conventional microscope develops musculo-skeletal injuries like chronic pain syndrome, including shoulder, neck, back aches & fatigue. Since the problems go unnoticed, the injuries can lead to some serious permanent damages. This further leads to a compromise in the health and welfare of the person and the institute. Hence, an(More)
BACKGROUND Teeth are an excellent material for genetic, odontological and forensic investigations and research purpose. From all the teeth, the mandibular canines are found to exhibit sexual dimorphism. However, very few studies have been published on maxillary canine's measurements. AIMS 1. To find out utility of maxillary and mandibular canine width as(More)
Dentin dysplasia type I is a rare hereditary disturbance of dentin formation characterised clinically by nearly normal appearing crowns and hypermobility of teeth that affects one in every 100,000 individuals and manifests in both primary and permanent dentitions. Radiographic analysis shows obliteration of all pulp chambers, short, blunted, and malformed(More)
SUMMARY Dentin dysplasia type I is a rare hereditary disturbance of dentin formation characterised clinically by nearly normal appearing crowns and hypermobility of teeth that affects one in every 100 000 individuals and manifests in both primary and permanent dentitions. Radiographic analysis shows obliteration of all pulp chambers, short, blunted, and(More)
Alveolar soft part sarcoma (ASPS) is a rare form of soft tissue sarcoma and is most often seen in adolescents and young adults. Despite its unique histology and well-characterised genetic translocation, many questions remain regarding the pathogenesis and treatment of this tumour type. Surgical excision of the primary tumour and pulmonary metastases has(More)