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  • Complication in third molar extractions. [Review]
    J Biol Regul Homeost Agents 2019 May-Jun; 33(3 Suppl. 1):169-172DENTAL SUPPLEMENT, Candotto V, … Romano M
  • Mandibular third molars (MM3s) are responsible for pericoronitis, primary and/or secondary crowding of the dentition, odontogenic tumors and cysts, periodontal defects associated with the posterior part of mandibular second molars. Tooth extraction is indicated for prophylactic and therapeutic purpose in patients with problems caused by impacted teeth. Common postoperative complications associate…
  • StatPearls: Anatomy, Head and Neck, Lingual Nerve [BOOK]
    StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) Fagan Sarah E. SE Touro University Nevada Roy William W Touro University Nevada BOOK
  • The lingual nerve branches from the mandibular division of the trigeminal nerve. The lingual nerve is often in a common stem with the inferior alveolar nerve after the mandibular division enters the infratemporal fossa through foramen ovale.[1] The lingual nerve separates from the inferior alveolar nerve and then descends anteriorly into the oral cavity. As it does so, it innervates the mucous me…
  • Intracranial actinomycosis of odontogenic origin masquerading as auto-immune orbital myositis: a fatal case and review of the literature. [Journal Article]
    BMC Infect Dis 2019; 19(1):763Hötte GJ, Koudstaal MJ, … Paridaens D
  • CONCLUSIONS: In conclusion, intracranial actinomycosis is difficult to diagnose, with potentially fatal outcome. An accurate diagnosis can often only be established by means of histology and biopsy should be performed whenever feasible. This is the first report of actinomycotic orbital involvement of odontogenic origin, presenting initially as bilateral orbital myositis rather than as orbital abscess. Infection from the upper left jaw extended to the left infratemporal fossa, skull base and meninges and subsequently to the cavernous sinus and the orbits.
  • StatPearls: Nasopharyngeal Angiofibroma [BOOK]
    StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) Tork Craig A. CA San Antonio Military Medical Center Simpson Dustin L. DL SAUSHEC BOOK
  • The earliest known documentation of nasopharyngeal angiofibroma (NA) dates to Hippocrates in the fifth century B.C.[1] Commonly referred to as juvenile nasopharyngeal angiofibroma (JNA), it is also known as juvenile angiofibroma (JAF), or fibromatous or angiofibromatous hamartoma of the nasal cavity.[2]  Nasopharyngeal may not be entirely accurate, as some sources state that it arises from the sp…
  • Mandibulotomy Approach for Resection of Maxillary Tumours: A Clinical Review. [Review]
    J Maxillofac Oral Surg 2019; 18(3):360-365Anehosur V, Bindal M, … Shetty C
  • CONCLUSIONS: Mandibulotomy with lip split is considered to be an ideal approach to access tumours of maxilla and its adjacent structures, SOHND with level III clearance. This approach provide excellent accessibility for en bloc resection of operable maxillary tumours with good outcome of resultant scar and minimal morbidity.
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