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Fibro-osseous Lesions of the Craniofacial Region: A 14-year Experience

Issue: 
DOI: 
10.7727/wimj.2016.150
Pages: 
539-44
Synopsis: 
Fibro-osseous lesion (FOL) is a broad term for a diverse group of jaw and craniofacial disorders that are often painless but grow progressively if uncontrolled. In this study, retrospective survey of the records of all patients with histopathological diagnosis of fibro-osseous lesion was undertaken.

ABSTRACT

Introduction: Fibro-osseous lesion is a broad term for a diverse group of jaw and craniofacial disorders that are often painless, but grow progressively, if uncontrolled. They are characterized by the replacement of normal bone by fibrous connective tissue matrix displaying varying degrees of mineralization in the form of woven bone or cementum-like structures.

Accepted: 
11 Jul, 2016
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e-Published: 19 Jul, 2016

A Thirteen-year Retrospective Analysis of 179 Odontogenic Tumours in a Nigerian Tertiary Healthcare Facility

Issue: 
DOI: 
10.7727/wimj.2015.375
Pages: 
233-7
Synopsis: 
Odontogenic tumours are derived from epithelial and mesenchymal elements that are part of the tooth-forming apparatus. A retrospective study of patients with a histopathologic diagnosis of orofacial tumours was conducted. Odontogenic tumours constituted 179 (15.3%) cases out of a total of 1170 orofacial tumours.

ABSTRACT

Background: Tumours of odontogenic origin (OTs) resulting from epithelial and mesenchymal elements that are part of the tooth-forming apparatus must be considered as a differential diagnosis when analysing jaw lesions. They may be cystic, myxomatous or sometimes have a mixture of cystic and solid areas.

Accepted: 
10 Sep, 2015
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e-Published: 15 Feb, 2016

Augmentation of Craniofacial Defects Using Alloplastic Material

Issue: 
DOI: 
10.7727/wimj.2012.089
Pages: 
654–7
ABSTRACT
 
Background: Alloplastic materials are increasingly being used in augmentation of craniofacial defects because of its ready availability, good aesthetic outcome and absence of donor site morbidity.  This paper highlights experience in the use of heat-cured acrylic in augmentation cranioplasty.
 
Accepted: 
25 Sep, 2012
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e-Published: 22 Jan, 2014
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