Reema V Mehta

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Osteoma of the jaw bones is a rare entity with very few cases reported in the literature. Osteomas are benign, slow-growing osteogenic tumours of the bone commonly encountered in the craniofacial skeleton and characterised by the proliferation of compact or cancellous bone. They can be central, peripheral or extra-skeletal in their location. In the facial(More)
Mast cells (MCs) expressing serine proteases; tryptase and chymase, are associated with fibrosis in various diseases. However, little is known about their involvement in oral submucous fibrosis (OSF). Our goal was to evaluate the role of MC tryptase and chymase in the pathogenesis of OSF and its malignant transformation. Immunohistochemical expression of MC(More)
Background: Mineralised hard tissues in human primary teeth have some peculiarities, in spite of similarities in permanent and primary teeth. Aims and Objectives: To analyse structural and histological features of mineralised tissues in human primary teeth and their correlation with single-rooted and multi-rooted teeth. Materials and Methods: Study(More)
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