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Khalatbari M R - - 2011
Spinal cavernous angiomas are rare vascular lesions occurring mainly in the vertebral bodies extending secondary into the extradural space. Only 3% of these lesions are intradural, usually localized within the spinal cord. Rarely, cavernous angioma has been reported to occur in the cauda equina. We describe clinical, diagnostic imaging, and ...
Lan Zedong - - 2011
Complete inversion and impaction of both permanent central incisors is uncommon and rarely reported in the literature. In this report, we describe the treatment of maxillary central incisors that were completely inverted and impacted and positioned high in the vestibule. The esthetic results achieved provide an alternative to extraction or ...
Neves Juliana Rodrigues - - 2011
This is the case report of a young infant with early respiratory distress and pulmonary hypertension, diagnosed as a variant of horseshoe lung and we have reviewed the literature to seek information about this rare pulmonary malformation and its cardiac and hemodynamic repercussions.
Le Gall Michel - - 2011
Geminated teeth occur more frequently in the deciduous dentition than in the permanent dentition, with prevalence figures of 0.6% and 0.1%, respectively. Bilateral presentation is rare. A survey of the literature showed that the prevalence estimates for bilateral double teeth range from 0.01% to 0.04% in the deciduous dentition, and ...
Ide Fumio - - 2011
The number of published cases of adenomatoid odontogenic tumor (AOT) has steadily increased, and about half were reported in Asian populations. Although the clinicopathologic profile of AOT has been extensively reported, factual knowledge of its pathogenesis is rudimentary at best, and there is controversy as to precisely which odontogenic epithelium ...
Pavlidis Dimitrios - - 2011
The diagnosis of an impacted incisor with dilaceration refers to a dental deformity characterized by an angulation between the crown and the root, causing noneruption of the incisor. In the past, surgical extraction was the first choice in treating severely dilacerated incisors. The purpose of this case report was to ...
Houpis Constantinos - - 2011
An odontogenic keratocyst that eroded into the sinus through the maxillary bone and occupied it, showed replacement of the sinus respiratory epithelium by lesional epithelium, and was associated with fungal rhinosinusitis is presented. A review of the literature disclosed that epithelial replacement has been described in 2 previous case reports, ...
Nainar S M Hashim - - 2011
ARTICLE TITLE AND BIBLIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION: Literature review: Restorations of Class II cavities in the primary dentition with compomers. Marks LAM, Faict N, Welbury RR. Eur Arch Paediatr Dent 2010;11(3):109-14. REVIEWER: S.M. Hashim Nainar, BDS, MDSc PURPOSE/QUESTION: To conduct a review of clinical studies on the use of compomers for restoration ...
Fujita Y - - 2011
Few dentists have seen an impacted mandibular canine and first premolar, and there is little information in the literature on the treatment of this rare condition. A 13-year-old Japanese male with an impacted mandibular right canine and first premolar was treated orthodontically. We discuss both the surgical and orthodontic options ...
Santos Antonio - - 2011
Acellular dermal matrix grafts have become a good alternative to autogenous soft tissue grafts in root coverage. Until now, the literature has reported short- or medium-term data regarding the stability of the gingival margin after the use of acellular dermal matrix on root coverage. The aim of this article is ...
Malota Mark - - 2011
The reexpansion pulmonary edema is a rare, but life threatening complication of a pneumothorax. Early recognition and a fast symptom orientated therapy are necessary for a good outcome. Several cases after non traumatic pneumothoraces are reported. We describe a patient who presented with a post-traumatic right pneumothorax. After the insertion ...
Warhekar Ashish M - - 2011
Trifid mandibular condyle is an exceptionally rare entity, diagnosed accidentally on radiographic examination. Its etiology is controversial. Dental professionals should have knowledge of this anatomic abnormality and of the problems caused by it in normal function, as well as appropriate treatment modalities. In the literature, only three such cases have ...
Chan Andrew K - - 2011
Oxaliplatin in combination with either 5-fluorouracil or capecitabine is commonly used in the treatment of colorectal cancer and is rarely associated with pulmonary toxicity. This is the first reported case of oxaliplatin and capecitabine/5-fluorouracil causing pulmonary toxicity in a patient with pre-existing asymptomatic interstitial lung disease. We report a case ...
Akhtar Jamal - - 2011
The miswak is a natural toothbrush made from the twigs of the Salvadora persica (Salvadoraceae). Its use predates the inception of Islam and is frequently advocated in the Hadith (the traditions relating to the life of Prophet Muhammad(PBUH)). In addition to strengthening the gums, it prevents tooth decay, eliminating toothaches ...
Valas Ruben E - - 2011
The tree of life is usually rooted between archaea and bacteria. We have previously presented three arguments that support placing the root of the tree of life in bacteria. The data have been dismissed because those who support the canonical rooting between the prokaryotic superkingdoms cannot imagine how the vast ...
Brzenski Alyssa B - - 2011
Unintentional left mainstem bronchial intubation after direct laryngoscopy is less common than unintentional right mainstem bronchial intubation, having only been referenced 3 times outside of the anesthesia literature. We report a case of unintentional left mainstem intubation at an extremely short incisor-to-carina distance. We hypothesize that the left mainstem intubation ...
Steward Ryan G - - 2011
To present the case of a patient with giant uterine leiomyomata and review literature pertinent to the subject. Case report and literature review. A major university, tertiary-care hospital. One patient, with said pathology, who gave informed consent for exploratory laparotomy, total abdominal hysterectomy, and bilateral salpingo-ophorectomy. Exploratory laparotomy, total abdominal ...
Bergakker Sarah A - - 2010
The rate of cesarean delivery in the United States is at an all-time high. With the increased rate of primary and repeated cesarean delivery, a corresponding increase in the occurrence rate of placenta previa and placenta accreta has been observed. The purpose of this case report is to discuss the ...
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Idiopathic agenesis of primary dentition is very rare. This is a case report of a 2-year and 6-month-old girl child who presented with 14 missing primary teeth. A review of the previous case reports is done and the management of these cases is discussed.
Narayanan L Lakshmi - - 2010
Root canal therapy has been practiced ever since 1928 and the success rate has tremendously increased over the years owing to various advancements in the field. One main reason is the complete understanding of the microbiology involved in the endodontic pathology. This has helped us to modify the conventional treatment ...
Rao Yan-Gang - - 2010
Dens evaginatus (DE) is a dental anomaly that occurs as an accessory tubercle on the occlusal or lingual surface of a tooth. The authors provide a literature review and report a rare case in which DE occurs on multiple mandibular premolars and maxillary molars. The patient is a 26-year-old Chinese ...
A B Göbel A B - - 2010
About 10% of all intracranial tumors are localized in the cerebellopontine angle and in the internal auditory canal. Less than 2% of these are lipomas. Furthermore, it can be expected that lipomas in this position with a bilateral localization are exceedingly rare. We describe a 70-year-old-woman with lipomas in both ...
Isono Wataru - - 2010
Uterine artery pseudoaneurysm (UAP) occurs rarely and can develop after various gynecologic or obstetric procedures. The delayed diagnosis of this disease often results in life-threatening hemorrhage. Herein is described a case of UAP after cesarean section. The patient visited our emergency outpatient department 99 days after cesarean section because of ...
Kumbak B - - 2010
Diagnosis of a gynecologic malignancy during cesarean section is quite rare. We report a case of a 39-year-old, nulliparous woman who underwent elective cesarean section during which a paratubal cyst was noticed and removed. The pathology revealed serous borderline tumor. Subsequent staging laparotomy was done 23 days after cesarean section. ...
Dʼelia Tommaso - - 2010
Adequate anesthesia of the upper and proximal lower airways is a critical prerequisite for a smooth and successful bronchoscopic procedure. Lidocaine is the most commonly used local anesthetic agent for flexible bronchoscopy. Adverse reactions to this agent have rarely been reported. Nevertheless, we recently observed a life-threatening reaction to airway ...
Lalas Kristine M - - 2010
Pantoea agglomerans is a plant pathogen and an unusual cause of human disease typically associated with thorn prick injuries or contaminated parenteral fluids. In the neonate, P. agglomerans has been reported to cause bacteremia or sepsis 17 times previously. In most of these cases, the source of infection has been ...
Chmaj-Wierzchowska Karolina - - 2010
Pleomorphic rhabdomyosarcoma of the uterus is a rare malignant tumor. It is connected with postmenopausal abnormal vaginal bleeding and abdominal pain. We report a case of a 66-year-old postmenopausal woman diagnosed with abnormal vaginal bleeding and abdominal pain. Vaginal ultrasonography showed enlarged uterus, 82 mm x 64 mm in size. ...
Bakhru Arvind - - 2011
To better characterize postpartum cerebral angiitis (PPCA). We present a case of PPCA in which a 34-year-old G6P5104 underwent a normal vaginal delivery and developed PPCA. She had no signs or symptoms of gestational hypertension or preeclampsia. She had a history of migraines and received methylergonovine at delivery. She represented ...
Sommer Suzana - - 2010
Green pigmentation in teeth is an uncommon condition associated with bilirubin deposits in dental hard tissues. Its occurrence causes anxiety to both child and family. The purpose of this paper is to present a case involving an eleven-year-old girl with green pigmentation of permanent teeth who underwent a liver transplant ...
Mohammadi Zahed - - 2010
Paresthesia is a burning or prickling sensation or partial numbness resulting from neural injury. Paresthesia resulting from periapical pathosis or various stages of root canal treatment is of great importance in the field of endodontics. The purpose of this paper is to review paresthesia caused by periapical lesions, local anesthesia, ...
Cartlidge David - - 2010
Acute pseudo-obstruction of the large bowel following normal vaginal delivery is an extremely rare complication of normal vaginal delivery. It can be fatal if not recognized early. Only one previous report has been found in the English literature. A 36-year old Caucasian, normally fit woman presented with abdominal distension and ...
Jamwal Rohit Singh - - 2010
This report presents a case of a patient who developed a supernumerary mandibular premolar during the course of orthodontic treatment. Evidence of this tooth comes from consecutive panoramic radiographs. It is not routine practice to screen for developing supernumerary teeth during orthodontic treatment. Therefore, the possibility of supernumerary tooth interference ...
Ghaly G G Derriford Hospital, Plymouth, - - 2010
We discuss a case of idiopathic cervical epidural abscess, complicated by osteomyelitis, presenting with dysphagia as the main complaint. No predisposing factors were identified and blood cultures were negative. Case was treated conservatively by long course of IV antibiotics. We present a review of presentation of spinal epidural abscesses and ...
Prakasm Michael - - 2009
Lidocaine, an amide local anesthetic is administered regularly for the minor oral and dental surgical procedures. In this article, ophthalmic complications arising from Posterior superior nerve block are discussed and a case report which had dilatation of pupil and ptosis of eye lids is presented. A review of literature is ...
Nagaveni Nandanahosur B - - 2009
This article presents three cases involving permanent mandibular first molars with unusual root morphology. While the permanent mandibular first molar normally has two roots (one mesial and one distal), an additional root sometimes is found distolingually; this condition is known as radix entomolaris (RE). This article also reviews the literature ...
Alumi Najia - - 2009
OBJECTIVE: Nonpuerperal uterine inversion is a rare but serious condition which is often associated with polypoid benign or malignant tumors of the uterus. Timely diagnosis and intervention may prevent long-term sequelae. METHODS: This report presents an unusual case of nonpuerperal uterine inversion which was diagnosed 14 months after an uneventful ...
Kennedy, David D.
Division of Wildlife Resources Migratory Bird Section, Periodic Report No. 5
Thornburg, Dennis D.
Division of Wildlife Resources Migratory Bird Section, Periodic Report No. 27
Kang Woo Dae - - 2009
Vaginal evisceration is a rare complication after a hysterectomy, especially a radical hysterectomy. Up to now, there have only been three cases of transvaginal evisceration after radical hysterectomy reported in the English literature. We report one case of transvaginal evisceration occurring after radical hysterectomy and adjuvant radiotherapy for stage IIA ...
Graham K J - - 2009
A 48-year-old, multiparous, female hybrid orang-utan (Pongo abelii/pygmaeus) was investigated after a 3-year history of irregular and excessively heavy menstrual bleeding. Opportunistic pelvic examinations over a 2.5-year period were non-diagnostic. Medical therapy was not effective. A subtotal hysterectomy with bilateral salpingo-ovariectomy was performed. A pedunculated mass spanning 90% of the ...
Gunusen Ilkben - - 2009
Polymyositis which is a rare disease both in general population and in pregnancy is systemic connective tissue disorder characterized by inflammation and degeneration of muscles. There is only a little information relating to the anesthetic management of a pregnant woman with polymyositis. In this article, we present anesthetic management of ...
Rosa-E-Silva Julio César - - 2009
Endometrial ossification is an uncommon disease related to secondary infertility and its etiology and pathogenesis are controversial. More than 80% of reported cases occur after pregnancy. A 33-year-old Caucasian woman was admitted with a history of secondary infertility and with a regular menstrual cycle. She reported a miscarriage at 12 ...
Akinbiyi Amos A - - 2009
Introduction. We presented two cases of late presentation of ovarian vein thrombosis postpartum following vaginal delivery and cesarean section within a short period in our institution. Both of them had pelvic pain following their deliveries which was associated with fever and chills. One of them was quite a big-sized thrombophlebitic ...
Krishnan B - - 2009
Sialolithiasis is one of the most common diseases of the salivary gland. The submandibular gland and its duct appear to be the most susceptible. However, giant sialoliths have rarely been reported in the literature. Two case reports of giant sialoliths in the submandibular duct alone are presented. In both patients, ...
Iizuka Y - - 2008
A rare case of de novo formation of dural and osteodural arteriovenous fistulas after encephalitis is presented. We review and discuss the etiological angiogenetic factors and processes in intracranial dural arteriovenous fistulas formation. Local tissue hypoxia may have played a role in the initial step causing sprouting angiogenesis as the ...
Huang C C - - 2008
Primary plasmacytoma of the uterine cervix is a rare neoplasm with limited known data, and only several cases sporadically reported in the published literature. Radiotherapy might have a role in the treatment of plasmacytoma of the uterine cervix. We describe primary plasmacytoma of the uterine cervix in a 45-year-old woman ...
Dhulkotia Jaya Saxena - - 2009
INTRODUCTION: Following the introduction of haemostatic agents, new opportunities are available when facing problematic bleeding. We report the first case of traumatic postpartum hemorrhage successfully controlled with a fibrin sealant. CASE PRESENTATION: 26-year nulliparous patient had a rotational forceps delivery and developed multiple vaginal lacerations. Haemostasis could not be achieved ...
Kesterson Joshua P - - 2008
BACKGROUND: Rarely, endometriosis occurs in an abdominal wall scar after a cesarean delivery. CASE: This case report summarizes the presentation, diagnosis and treatment of a woman with an abdominal wall endometrioma within a cesarean delivery skin incision scar. CONCLUSION: An abdominal wall endometrioma needs to be considered in the differential ...
Deffieux Xavier - - 2009
OBJECTIVE: To report on the efficacy and safety of infracoccygeal sacropexy for the treatment of uterovaginal prolapse. METHOD: A retrospective analysis of 87 women who underwent an infracoccygeal sacropexy procedure, 53 receiving a multifilament and 34 receiving a monofilament tape. RESULTS: The mean follow-up was 27 months. Postoperative perineal pain ...
Ahmad Zubair - - 2008
BACKGROUND: The correlation of intra-operative frozen section diagnosis with final diagnosis on permanent sections is an integral part of quality assurance in surgical pathology laboratories. However, there is scant data on this topic from Pakistan. Similarly, no local study has looked at frozen section turnaround times. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: To ...
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