Piotr Kosior

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Examinations of bone density changes in selected knee bone ends were evaluated prospectively in a randomized group of 28 patients, aged from 41 to 65 (mean: 55.3 years), who had varus deformations of their mechanic limb axes, mean 8 degrees. The examinations were conducted during the preoperative period, 10 days, 3, 6, and 12 weeks, as well as 6 and 12(More)
The excessive temperature fluctuations during dental implant site preparation may affect the process of bone-implant osseointegration. In the presented studies, we aimed to assess the quality of cooling during the use of 3 different dental implant systems (BEGO®, NEO BIOTECH®, and BIOMET 3i®). The swine rib was chosen as a study model. The preparation of(More)
Background. This study was a retrospective follow-up evaluation of clinical and radiological outcome in Smith's fractures in 38 patients treated in the Orthopedics and Traumatology Department at the Skubiszewski University Medical School in the years 1986-2005. Material and methods. The group consisted of 24 women and 14 men 15 to 74 years of age (ave. 48).(More)
Introduction. Polymerization of light-cured dental materials used for restoration of hard tooth tissue may lead to an increase in temperature that may have negative consequence for pulp vitality. Aim. The aim of this study was to determine maximum temperatures reached during the polymerization of selected dental materials, as well as the time that is needed(More)
Background. The aim of the study was to analyze late outcomes of perilunar carpal dislocations, depending on the type of the injury, time of the diagnosis and the treatment methods. Material and methods. The material is constituted by 37 patients treated in our department between 1981-2004 because of perilunar dislocation. In group were 2 women and 35 men,(More)
Measurements of the root canal during endodontic treatment have a significant influence on the course of the therapeutic process as well as on its final result in both human and veterinary medicine. The apical constriction should be the termination point for the preparation and filling of the root canal. This research was conducted with the use of a(More)
The intensity of the cariostatic activity of fluoride ions can be attributed to their multidirectional influence on the caries process. They are an irreplaceable factor that helps sustain mineral balance of dental tissues, simultaneously demonstrating antibacterial properties. As a consequence, many manufacturers of fissure sealants include fluoride ions in(More)
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