Archives of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

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Research Article Pages 118-125

The Effects of Particulate Dentine Compared to Bio-Oss® on Bone Regeneration

Authors: Rola Al Habashneh, Mohammad Abukar, Huda Hammad, Sawsan Alomari, Omar Alkaradsheh and Raed Alshami

Abstract: A total of 32 male Sprague Dawley rats were subjected to a surgical creation of a calvarial defect of a 5 mm diameter. The rats were divided into 4 groups of 8 rats. The first group received no graft material in the defect and was named the control group. The 2nd group received human particulate dentine. The 3rd group received a mixture of human particulate dentine and Bio-Oss.

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Research Article Pages 105-117

Hyaluronic Acid Unique Identification Prints in Perspective of its 3D Microscopical Structure as a Carbohydrate Hydrogel with Various Physiochemical and Biological Functions

Authors: Rami Al-Khateeb, Jelena Prpic and Meizi Eliezer

Abstract: Hyaluronic acid (HA) is used in vast number of medical applications. Yet, its possible microscopical 3D forms compose nearly untouched area of research. This study aims to provide a basis of understanding the HA various microscopical 3D structures reflecting its various physiochemical characteristics and biological effects.

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Review Article Pages 102-104

Paediatric Oral and Maxillofacial Trauma- Review of Literature

Authors: Karthik Shunmugavelu, BDS, MDS OMFP,MSC LONDON, MFDSRCS ENGLAND, MCIP, FIBMS USA, MASID ASUTRALIA, Simran, BDS, SR Janani BDS MDS, Sana Mohd Javid Shaikh, BDS, RN Mugundan, BDS, MDS and S Shivashankari, BDS, MDS

Abstract: Approximately 5% to 15% of all facial fractures occur in children. The prevalence of pediatric facial fractures is lowest in infants and increases progressively with age. Children younger than 5-years contribute to only 1.0% of facial fractures, whereas 1.0 to 14.7% occurs in patients older than 16-years.

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Review Article Pages 95-101

Trichorhinophalangeal Syndrome Type 1: Unusual Case Report and Review of Literature

Authors: Rodrigo Soares de Andrade, Juliana de Lima Gonçalves, Cláudia de Alvarenga Diniz Fonseca, Adriana Boeri Freire Taburini, Heloisa de Sousa Gomes and Hercílio Martelli Júnior

Abstract: The carrier of the syndrome may present skeletal, craniofacial, and oral manifestations. The main characteristics that the individual may present are scarce hair or total alopecia, thin upper lip, long erased nasolabial filter, bulbous nose and low set ears. In the oral cavity, there may be changes such as supernumerary teeth and hypodontia, size changes, including macrodontia and microdontia, and teeth in malocclusion.

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Case Report Pages 90-94

Gorlin-Goltz Syndrome: A Case Report

Authors: Sérgio Henrique Gonçalves de Carvalho, MSc, Joabe dos Santos Pereira, PhD, Gustavo Gomes Agripino, PhD, Pedro Everton Marques Góes, Specialist and Sandra Aparecida Marinho, PhD

Abstract: Nevoid basal cell carcinoma syndrome usually presents as an autosomal dominantly inherited syndrome with variable phenotypic expression. The aim of this study was to report a case of this syndrome based on clinical, radiographic, and histopathological findings. Male patient, 13-years-old, attended the Oral Diagnostic Clinic from State University of Paraiba, complaining of mandible swelling. On physical examination, left facial asymmetry was found, with mandible swelling and inflammatory submandibular lymphadenopathy.

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