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  • Prevention of dental accidents in Swiss boxing clubs. [Journal Article]
  • SDSwiss Dent J 2015; 125(12):1322-1335
  • Ifkovits T, Kühl S, … Filippi A
  • Boxing involves a high risk of dental trauma due to the impact of enormous external forces against the head. Wearing a mouthguard is, therefore, mandatory. The aim of this study was to evaluate the p…
  • [Functional recovery in hemifacial transplants in rats]. [Journal Article]
  • RNRev Neurol 2007 Oct 1-15; 45(7):389-92
  • González-García E, Landín-Jarillo L, Piqueras-Del Rey A
  • CONCLUSIONS: The hemifacial flap can be transplanted. By repairing the nerves of the allograft, it is possible to achieve its functional recovery, as can be confirmed clinically, electrophysiologically and histopathologically. To date, this is the first evidence of functional recovery following a hemifacial transplant in rats.
  • Garcin's syndrome--a case report. [Case Reports]
  • SNSurg Neurol 2007; 67(2):184-5; discussion 185
  • Alapatt JP, Premkumar S, Vasudevan RC
  • CONCLUSIONS: Garcin's syndrome is a very rare neurosurgical entity. The course of the condition depends on the nature of underlying pathology.
  • Three-dimensional structure of the modiolus. A computerized reconstruction study. [Journal Article]
  • SMSaudi Med J 2003; 24(8):846-9
  • Demiryurek D, Bayramoglu A, … Nazikoglu A
  • CONCLUSIONS: As the structure has great clinical importance, and satisfactory complete 3-D analysis of the subject is not yet available; we believe that our study presenting the histological and 3-D description of the modiolus will be of great help to surgeons for satisfactory esthetic and functional results during surgical operations related to the oral commissure.
  • Endoscopic laser-assisted excision of juvenile nasopharyngeal angiofibromas. [Case Reports]
  • AOArch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2003; 129(4):454-9
  • Mair EA, Battiata A, Casler JD
  • CONCLUSIONS: Traditional external surgical approaches to large JNAs may result in significant morbidity. Laser-assisted image-guided endoscopic excision of JNAs is a safe and effective minimally invasive surgical treatment. Its distinct advantages include (1) diminished blood loss, (2) superior cosmesis without observed altered facial growth, (3) direct access of skull base with minimal morbidity, and (4) ease of endoscopic follow-up.
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