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Clinical outcome of dental implants placed in fibula-free flaps used for the reconstruction of maxillo-mandibular defects following ablation for tumors or osteoradionecrosis.
OBJECTIVES (a) To evaluate the clinical outcome of fibula revascularized flaps used for the reconstruction of maxillary and mandibular defects due to resection for tumors or osteoradionecrosis andExpand
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Prevalence of Abnormalities in Dental Structure, Position, and Eruption Pattern in a Population of Unilateral and Bilateral Cleft Lip and Palate Patients
Objective: To evaluate the dental characteristics of patients subjected to a protocol that included early secondary gingivoalveoloplasty (ESGAP). Design: Panoramic radiographs of 87 patients withExpand
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Treatment of carcinoma of the parotid gland: the results of a multicenter study.
PURPOSE This study analyzed the prognostic factors for carcinoma of the parotid gland and the role of surgery alone or with radiotherapy in treating these lesions. METHODS Forty-five patients withExpand
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Long-term results of mandibular reconstruction with autogenous bone grafts and oral implants after tumor resection.
OBJECTIVES (a) To evaluate retrospectively the clinical outcome of non-vascularized bone grafts used for the reconstruction of mandibular defects following tumor resection; (b) to evaluate theExpand
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Recommendations of the Scientific Committee of the Italian Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome Association on the diagnosis, management and follow-up of the syndrome.
UNLABELLED Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome (BWS) is the most common (epi)genetic overgrowth-cancer predisposition disorder. Given the absence of consensual recommendations or international guidelines,Expand
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Function of the great auricular nerve following surgery for benign parotid disorders.
INTRODUCTION The main concern in benign parotid surgery is complete removal of the lesion whilst avoiding any harm to the facial nerve. Some time ago, surgeons also began to spare other structuresExpand
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The silent sinus syndrome: diagnosis and surgical treatment.
The silent sinus syndrome consists of painless facial asymmetry characterized by unilateral enophthalmos. Reabsorbed bone with displacement of the orbital floor is a constant finding. It is secondaryExpand
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Early secondary gingivo-alveolo-plasty in the treatment of unilateral cleft lip and palate patients: 20 years experience.
Since 1988, the Milano surgical protocol has included lip, nose and soft palate repair at 6-9 months of age and closure of the hard palate at 18-36 months together with an Early SecondaryExpand
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The role of negative maternal affective states and infant temperament in early interactions between infants with cleft lip and their mothers.
OBJECTIVES The study examined the early interaction between mothers and their infants with cleft lip, assessing the role of maternal affective state and expressiveness and differences in infantExpand
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Le Fort I osteotomy with interpositional bone grafts and delayed oral implants for the rehabilitation of extremely atrophied maxillae: a 1-9-year clinical follow-up study on humans.
AIM The purpose of this clinical follow-up study was to report the clinical outcome of osseointegrated implants placed in extremely atrophied edentulous maxillae after Le Fort I osteotomy andExpand
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