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  • Mandible extensive intra osseous destructive lesion, a diagnostic challenge. [Journal Article]
    J Stomatol Oral Maxillofac Surg 2019Lafarge A, Sigaux N, … Pham Dang N
  • Intraosseous verrucous carcinoma of the mandible is a rare situation often confused with chronic osteomyelitis. Despite the low aggressively of the tumor, prognosis is poor because of delayed diagnosis. We report 3 cases, from three different hospitals, initially diagnosed with a chronic osteomyelitis of the mandible after wisdom extraction. Imaging, bacteriological and histological samples suppo…
  • Reconstructing the Face of War. [Journal Article]
    Mil Med 2019; 184(7-8):e236-e246Farber SJ, Latham KP, … Rodriguez ED
  • CONCLUSIONS: While the epidemiology and characteristics of military CMF injuries have been well described, their management remains poorly defined and creates an opportunity for reconstructive principles proven in the civilian sector to be applied in the care of severely wounded service members. The War on Terror marks the first time that microsurgery has been used extensively to reconstruct combat sustained wounds of the CMF region. Our manuscript reviews various options to reconstruct these devastating CMF injuries and emphasizes the need for steady communication between the civilian and military surgical communities to establish the best care for these complex patients.
  • StatPearls: Knee Osteochondritis Dissecans [BOOK]
    StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) Mohr Bryce B Taylor Ryan G. RG Indiana University School of Medicine Baldea John D. JD Indiana University School of Medicine BOOK
  • Osteochondritis dissecans (OCD) of the knee is a somewhat rare cause of knee dysfunction and pain that has been recognized for over one hundred years, but the etiology is still poorly understood.[1] The ROCK (Research in Osteochondritis Dissecans of the Knee) Study Group recently summarized the currently recognized pathophysiology of osteochondritis dissecans as being an acquired subchondral lesi…
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