Shandilya Ramanojam

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C c o Synovial chondromatosis (SC) is a rare, benign arthropathy of unknown etiology that is usually monoarticular and involves the synovial lining of joints, bursas, or tendon sheaths of larger joints. Ambroise Pare was the first to report this disease in 1558, followed by Lannec in 1813. Baron Albrecht on Haller reported on loose bodies in the(More)
This study aims to retrospectively analyze the incidence and pattern of cranio-maxillofacial injuries in the developing world in a hope to emphasize on authorities the need of improvising infrastructural facilities, medical and other. Hospital medical records with available radiographs of 6,872 patients treated for cranio-maxillofacial injuries at major(More)
PURPOSE One of the common sequels of a cleft lip repair may be "whistling lip deformity" but other deformities are also seen particularly in failed or multiple resurgery cases. This retrospective study was carried out to evaluate the usefulness of "Kapetansky-Juri" advancement flap technique to correct such deformities. METHODS Ten patients of bilateral(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the efficacy of single dose Azithromycin as prophylactic antibiotic in surgical removal of mandibular third molar. MATERIALS AND METHODS The study was carried out as an open clinical trial on fifty (23 males & 27 females) patients chosen from the ones referred to our Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Department for surgical removal of(More)
Idiopathic sialolithiasis is one of the most common affliction of the salivary glands with the submandibular gland most frequently involved. The article discusses the occurrence and incidence of this condition with a review of different diagnostic and treatment modalities. In light of several advances to diagnose and treat sialolithiasis, a simple(More)
Pierre Robin sequence (formerly a syndrome) is named after the French stomatologist who, in 1923 and 1934, described the problems associated with micrognathia in newborn. It comprises mandibular micrognathia, U-shaped cleft palate, and glossoptosis. The typical symptoms are hypoxaemia, noisy breathing, snoring, stridor, cyanosis, bradycardia, feeding(More)
  • V Singh, Rajesh A. Kshirsagar, +5 authors A Patankar
  • International journal of oral and maxillofacial…
  • 2013
The objective of this study was to evaluate the efficacy and stability of bioresorbable plates in condylar fractures in adults. Twelve adult patients who had sustained a condylar fracture, either alone or in combination with other mandibular fractures, were clinically and radiologically assessed for the efficacy and stability of bioresorbable plate and(More)
Hydatid cyst is a cyclozoonotic infection of the larvae form of a platyhelminthes Echinococcus granulosus. The majority of hydatid cysts appear in the liver (65%) and lungs (25%). Kidneys and brain are other less common sites for this disease. Only 1% to 2% cases are seen in the maxillofacial region. These commonly appear as cystic lesions located in the(More)
As per as facial attractiveness is concerned facial symmetry has a prime importance. Nasal osteotomy also known as rhinoplasty is an aesthetic procedure a surgeon can perform to enhance patient’s appearance and give them a new acceptable and aesthetic look. This procedure can be done in the patients have facial asymmetry or patients who are willing to have(More)
PURPOSE Application of Erich arch bar with the help of circumdental wires for intermaxillary fixation is most widely accepted method for mandibular fractures. However, circumdental wires causes injury to periodontium. There is always fear of inadvertent injury by wire ends and chances of serotransmission of blood born viruses to the operator thus, we want(More)