Rohit R Behere

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Osteosarcoma is the most common primary malignant bone tumor, but only 5% of lesions occur in the jaws. The incidence of synchronous osteosarcomas (1% to 3%) is even less. A combination of synchronous osteosarcoma, with one of the lesions occurring in the jaws, is a very rare combination. A case of synchronous osteosarcoma with involvement of the mandible(More)
BACKGROUND Digital radiography has so far not resulted in improved rates of proximal caries detection. Historically, automated caries detection tools have been largely academic. Opinions regarding the performance of the only such commercially available tool, viz., Logicon caries Detector (LCD) have been equivocal. This study was conducted to evaluate the(More)
Introduction: Cleidocranial dysplasia is a rare hereditary autosomal dominant disorder which presents as a defect of the skeleton and the teeth. Case Report: The present case is of a 37 year old male patient with a complaint of difficulty in chewing due to multiple missing teeth. On examination, the pathognomonic triad of Cleidocranial Dysplasia, viz.,(More)
BACKGROUND Some assessment methods of clinical learners have limitations so that students might not reflect their performance in actual clinical situations. Educational research has so far not yielded a single 'gold-standard' performance assessment tool. Mini-CEX (clinical evaluation exercise) is an instrument intended for work-based assessment of actual(More)
Malignant melanomas represent one of the most life-threatening forms of cancer. Arising from melanocyte precursors, they have the ability to invade or readily metastasise to any organ. Intra-oral melanomas represent 1-2% of all oral malignancies, and 0.2-8% of all melanomas. Prognoses and eight-year survival rates for intra-oral malignant melanomas are(More)
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