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  • Signatures of medical student applicants and academic success. [Journal Article]
    PLoS One 2020; 15(1):e0227108Baron T, Grossman RI, … Yanai I
  • The acceptance of students to a medical school places a considerable emphasis on performance in standardized tests and undergraduate grade point average (uGPA). Traditionally, applicants may be judged as a homogeneous population according to simple quantitative thresholds that implicitly assume a linear relationship between scores and academic success. This 'one-size-fits-all' approach ignores th…
  • Curcumin Effect on the Prevention of Gingival Overgrowth Following Phenytoin Consumption in Rats: A Clinicohistological and Immunohistochemical Study. [Journal Article]
    J Contemp Dent Pract 2019; 20(10):1146-1150Eftekharian S, Seifi S, … Gholinia H
  • CONCLUSIONS: In rats, curcumin seems to exerts its effects in preventing an increase in gingival volume caused by Phenytoin through decreasing the inflammatory infiltration, decreasing the number of blood vessels and increasing their cross-sectional area, decreasing the thickness of the epithelium, and decreasing the expression of Ki67 and α-SMA.It is suggested that curcumin may be effective in treatment of gingival enlargement following Phenytoin consumption in future. Larger sample size and clinical trials study are recommended. How to cite this article: Eftekharian S, Seifi S, Satari FD, et al. Curcumin Effect on the Prevention of Gingival Overgrowth Following Phenytoin Consumption in Rats: A Clinicohistological and Immunohistochemical Study. J Contemp Dent Pract 2019;20(10):1146-1150.
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