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  • Refinement of a clearing protocol to study crassinucellate ovules of the sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L., Amaranthaceae). [Journal Article]
  • PMPlant Methods 2019; 15:71
  • Kwiatkowska M, Kadłuczka D, … Grzebelus E
  • CONCLUSIONS: The effectiveness of our method is due to the strategy combining various approaches at different stages of the procedure aiming at increasing the accessibility of the internal ovule structures to the clearing solution. The results of this study may be applied in sugar beet breeding programs, and it will provide a basis for further investigation of numerous aspects of the species' embryology. Moreover, that unique approach may be easily adapted to other species developing crassinucellate ovules.
  • Median raphe cyst of the penis: a case report and review of the literature. [Journal Article]
  • JMJ Med Case Rep 2019 Jul 14; 13(1):214
  • Syed MMA, Amatya B, Sitaula S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Median raphe cyst is an uncommon, mostly asymptomatic condition in young patients. The cyst may occur anywhere along the midline from glans to anus. The diagnosis is clinical with histological confirmation. Excision is the treatment of choice with minimal chance of recurrence.
  • Difficulties in the diagnosis of periapical translucencies and in the classification of cemento-osseous dysplasia. [Journal Article]
  • BOBMC Oral Health 2019 Jul 10; 19(1):139
  • Brody A, Zalatnai A, … Dobo-Nagy C
  • CONCLUSIONS: Differentiation of endodontic and non-endodontic origin of radiolucency and distinguishing it from anatomical landmarks by appropriate clinical evaluation and using vitality testing can give an opportunity to prevent unnecessary endodontic treatment. The current categories of cemento-osseous dysplasia classification do not cover the early stage of a hereditary florid form of cemento-osseous dysplasia. Instead of anatomical location of the lesion, clinical and genetic features may be recommended as parameters of cemento-osseous dysplasia classification.
  • Current status on lithium disilicate and zirconia: a narrative review. [Journal Article]
  • BOBMC Oral Health 2019 Jul 04; 19(1):134
  • Zarone F, Di Mauro MI, … Sorrentino R
  • CONCLUSIONS: The noticeable properties and versatility make lithium disilicate and zirconia materials of choice for modern prosthetic dentistry, requiring high esthetic and mechanical performances combined with a minimal invasive approach, so that the utilization of such metal-free ceramics has become more and more widespread over time.
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