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2003| January-June | Volume 7 | Issue 1
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Oral submucous fibrosis
January-June 2003, 7(1):1-4
Oral submucous fibrosis (OSF) is a chronic, progressive, scarring disease, that predominantly affects people of South-East Asian origin. This review article discusses the etiology, clinical features, epidemiology, pathology and management of oral submucous fibrosis in detail.
Critical evaluation of Swot analysis (South Indian scenario)
January-June 2003, 7(1):5-7
This article looks into the various aspects of the speciality of Oral pathology and its scope at present and in the future.
Surgical ciliated cyst of maxilla - report of a case
K Rajkumar, SS Sharma, G Anuradha, Prasanna Lakshmi
January-June 2003, 7(1):8-10
The surgical ciliated cyst is a very rare cyst of the maxillary antrum and accounts for about 1.5% of all the oral cysts. This cyst occurs as a delayed complication after radical surgical intervention in the maxillary sinus. Many authors have suggested that this cyst occurs mainly in middle decades and presents as a nonspecific, poorly localized pain occurring in the maxilla. The treatment of choice is enucleation. Here we report a case of surgical ciliated cyst in a 27 yrs old female patient, in
which the etiology is proposed to be traumatic extraction, which is quiet rare.
Central giant cell granuloma - a case report
Shaheen Ahmed, Indirani Babu, S Padma Priya
January-June 2003, 7(1):11-14
Central Giant Cell Granuloma (CGCG) is a non-neoplastic intra osseous lesion, which occurs almost exclusively in the jaws, anterior to the molars and more commonly in the mandible. An unusual case of CGCG which occurred in the posterior region of maxilla was encountered. Biopsy was taken with a provisional diagnosis of adenoma. But histopathology confirmed the case as CGCG.
An analysis of salivary gland lesions - an institutional Experience
TP Sajeevan, Joshua Elizabeth, TR Saraswathi, K Ranganathan
January-June 2003, 7(1):21-24
This report describes the prevalence of salivary gland lesions reported in the Department of Oral Pathology, Ragas Dental College from 1993 to 2001. In the period of 9 years, 1118 cases were subjected to histopathological examination. Of these 30 cases (2.68%) were salivary gland lesions. Of the 30, 60%was mucous extravasation cyst, 20% salivary gland neoplasm, 16.67% sialadenitis and 3.3% Sjogren's syndrome. These lesions showed no statistical significant difference in age, sex and site distribution, due to limited number of cases, except mucous extravasation cyst, which showed statistical significance in relation to sex.
Dental and psychological approach in mentally retarded patients
Kate Brave, VR Brave
January-June 2003, 7(1):19-20
In this article the authors talk about the management of mentally retarded patients by varied training and management programmes such as IQ testing. family counselling and social skill training programmes. The authors find that by employing different methods of psychological management, marked improvement in management and regression of dental lesions in the mentally retarded patients were noticed.
Acinic cell adenocarcinoma - a case report
P Sai Krishna, B Sivapathasundharam
January-June 2003, 7(1):15-18
Acinic cell adenocarcinoma is a malignant salivary gland tumour with cells that show serous acinar differentiation. Clinically if the site is the parotid gland. it
may resemble a pleomorphic adenoma. Herewith we present a case of acinic cell adenocarcinoma in a 60 year old male who reported with a lobulated swelling in the parotid region, which was clinically diagnosed as pleomorphic adenoma or carcinoma ex-pleomorphic adenoma and histologically diagnosed as acinic cell adenocarcinoma.
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