Tiemei Wang

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To investigate the root canal morphology of mandibular incisors using cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT). A total of 353 patients with 1,412 healthy, well-developed mandibular incisors were enrolled. Radiographic examination by CBCT was conducted as part of their routine examination, diagnosis and treatment planning. The following observations were made(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the root length of posterior teeth after palatal expansion by magnetic expansion appliance. METHODS A total of 32 patients who accepted palatal expansion with magnetic expansion appliance were enrolled in the study. Pretreatment and post-treatment cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) images were obtained. A paired t test was used(More)
BACKGROUND To investigate the clinicopathological features of six cases of soft tissue recurrent ameloblastoma and explore the role of increased aggressive biological behavior in the recurrences and treatment of this type of ameloblastomas. MATERIAL AND METHODS In this study, we retrospectively reviewed recurrent ameloblastomas during a 15-year period;(More)
Ameloblastoma is characterized by slow-growing, local invasiveness and high incidence of local recurrence. It usually presents with a benign histological appearance. However, ameloblastoma occasionally demonstrates a clinical course that is characteristic of malignant transformation. Here, we present a case of ameloblastoma with an aggressive clinical(More)
OBJECTIVE To study the clinic presentation, radiology, pathology of recurrent ameloblastoma (RAB). METHODS All RAB cases accepted treatment in School of Stomatology of Nanjing University during 1996.1-2008.3 were retrospected. The clinic presentation, the radiological classification and pathological classification were summarized and analyzed. RESULTS(More)
Objective: To investigate the clinicopathological features of six cases of soft tissue recurrent ameloblastoma and explore the role of increased aggressive biological behavior in the recurrences and treatment of this type of ameloblastomas. Study Design: In this study, we retrospectively reviewed recurrent ameloblastomas during a 15-year period; six cases(More)
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