(Acta Odontol Scand[TA])
- Peripheral calcifying cystic odontogenic tumour and peripheral dentinogenic ghost cell tumour: an updated systematic review of 117 cases reported in the literature. [Journal Article]
- AOActa Odontol Scand 2016 Sep 27; :1-7
- CONCLUSIONS: Peripheral CCOTs/DGCTs are rare lesions. Most of the lesions were treated by simple excision with or without curettage of the underlying bone. As the recurrence rate is very low, a conservative approach seems to be enough for the great majority of cases.
- Use of platelet concentrates in oral and maxillofacial surgery: an overview. [Journal Article]
- AOActa Odontol Scand 2016 Sep 27; :1-11
- CONCLUSIONS: Evidences described in the literature on the efficacy of platelet concentrates in procedures in oral and maxillofacial region are controversial and limited. In order to clarify the real advantages and priorities for the patients, when the blood-derived products are applied, further in vitro and in vivo research about the activity of PRP and PRF on the dental cells biology should be conducted.
- A comparison of the use of cone-beam computed tomography and panoramic radiography in the assessment of pre-eruptive intracoronal resorption. [Journal Article]
- AOActa Odontol Scand 2016 Sep 27; :1-6
- CONCLUSIONS: CBCT detected more cases of PIR than panoramic radiography. The mandibular third permanent molar was the most commonly affected tooth.
- Experience with suspecting child maltreatment in the Norwegian public dental health services, a national survey. [Journal Article]
- AOActa Odontol Scand 2016 Sep 20; :1-7
- CONCLUSIONS: Compared to international studies, PDHP in Norway sends reports of concern and fails to report to CWS at relatively high rates. PDHP's likelihood of reporting was influenced by age, working experience, number of patients treated, size of the municipality and geographical region, while failure to report to CWS was influenced by working experience.
- Migraine patients have a higher prevalence of PTSD symptoms in comparison to chronic tension-type headache and healthy subjects: a case-control study. [Journal Article]
- AOActa Odontol Scand 2016 Sep 20; :1-3
- CONCLUSIONS: Results of the current study demonstrated that CM patients have a higher prevalence of PTSD symptomatology compared to another chronic headache condition (CTTH) and healthy subjects, which should be considered while treating CM patients. Further studies in larger populations are demanded.
- Dentin caries risk indicators in 1-year-olds. A two year follow-up study. [Journal Article]
- AOActa Odontol Scand 2016 Sep 14; :1-7
- CONCLUSIONS: Behavioural, family and microbial factors are important when assessing caries risk among 1-year-olds in a region with low caries experience.
- LS8 cell apoptosis induced by NaF through p-ERK and p-JNK - a mechanism study of dental fluorosis. [Journal Article]
- AOActa Odontol Scand 2016; 74(7):539-549
- CONCLUSIONS: During NaF-induced apoptosis of LS8, p-ERK and p-JNK were closely associated with induction of apoptosis, which might be a mechanism of dental fluorosis.
- Oral health-related quality of life in socially endangered persons in Copenhagen, Denmark. [Journal Article]
- AOActa Odontol Scand 2016 Sep 7; :1-6
- CONCLUSIONS: The OHRQoL is highly impaired in the socially endangered persons and at least to the level of persons with great tooth loss about to have an RDP. The problems seem to be more handicapping in the socially endangered compared with other patient groups known to have high impairment.
- Effect of a cryopreservation protocol on the proliferation of stem cells from human exfoliated deciduous teeth. [Journal Article]
- AOActa Odontol Scand 2016 Aug 31; :1-7
- CONCLUSIONS: The proposed cryopreservation protocol is adequate for the storage of SHED, permitting their use in future experimental studies.
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- Immunohistochemical biomarkers in ameloblastomas. [Journal Article]
- AOActa Odontol Scand 2016 Aug 30; :1-6
- Ameloblastoma is an aggressive odontogenic tumour, which is locally invasive and highly recurrent. Studies show that ameloblastoma is a benign odontogenic neoplasia, being relatively rare and occasio...
Ameloblastoma is an aggressive odontogenic tumour, which is locally invasive and highly recurrent. Studies show that ameloblastoma is a benign odontogenic neoplasia, being relatively rare and occasionally presenting behaviour of malignant lesions. In addition to these particularities, the histological diagnosis of ameloblastoma can be challenging when the tumour shows high rates of mitosis, absence of nuclear pleomorphism, basilar hyperplasia and neural invasion. In order to help in the diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of this neoplasia, some immunohistochemical markers were shown to be associated with tumoural epithelium. The identification of these markers as well as of their association with clinical signs can be useful to elaborate more efficient treatment strategies and to control this pathology, including improvement of the quality of life of patients affected by this neoplasia. This article aims to review some markers associated with specific molecular pathways, bone remodelling, cell proliferation, apoptosis, cell signalling and tumour suppression.