Oral myiasis: does an indication for surgical treatment still exist? Two case reports.

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OBJECTIVE Oral myiasis is a rare infection for which treatment protocol has not yet been established. This article presents 2 cases treated with a combination of topical application of sulfuric ether and surgery. The reasons for the use of surgical therapy, as well as the possible advantages and disadvantages of drug-based treatments, are discussed. CASE… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.oooo.2011.09.003

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@article{Ribeiro2012OralMD, title={Oral myiasis: does an indication for surgical treatment still exist? Two case reports.}, author={Andr{\'e} Luis Ribeiro Ribeiro and Tiago Estevan de Almeida and J. O. Lopes and Jos{\'e} Francisco de Ara{\'u}jo Castro and Jo{\~a}o de Jesus Viana Pinheiro}, journal={Oral surgery, oral medicine, oral pathology and oral radiology}, year={2012}, volume={114 3}, pages={e10-4} }