Samandar Habib

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Four common oral analgesics were tested in a single-blind trial to determine their relative efficacy in the management of postsurgical pain in 103 patients who had their impacted third molars surgically removed under general anesthesia. The analgesics tested were acetylsalicylic acid (26 patients), ibuprofen (26 patients), a paracetamol/codeine/caffeine(More)
Trauma to the oral structures sometimes occurs as a complication to general anaesthesia. We here report two cases of an unusual type, mandibular osteone-crosis. To our knowledge, there has been only one previous publication of this condition (1). The first case was a 69-year-old man who underwent oral examination 3 months prior to planned cardiac surgery.(More)
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