Items tagged “dental”

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Dental caries

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Jeremy Jones
Published 31 Jul 2013
60% complete
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Oro-antral fistula

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Ian Bickle
Published 17 Oct 2013
83% complete
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Oro-antral fistula

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Ian Bickle
Published 10 Nov 2013
92% complete
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Aspirated tooth

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Henry Knipe
Published 11 Nov 2013
80% complete
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Odontoma: compound

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Ian Bickle
Published 30 Nov 2013
83% complete
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Dental abscess

Dental (periapical) abscess is an acute infection of the periapical tissue around the root of the tooth. Clinical presentation Patients may present with pain, edema, and purulent discharge localized to the site of pathology with or without fever and tender cervical lymphadenopathy 1. Patholog...
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Submandibular calculus

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Steve Lau
Published 11 Mar 2014
79% complete
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Teeth

Teeth (collective term: dentition) can be both primary and secondary, with the eruption of permanent teeth occurring over a long period between the ages of 6 and 24 years. When an individual has a complete set of teeth, they are said to be dentate, if some are missing they are partially dentate....
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Supernumerary teeth

Supernumerary teeth (hyperdontia) are extra tooth to the standard series of either primary or permanent teeth. Terminology The term supplemental tooth may be used when the supernumerary tooth resembles its associated normal tooth and the term peridens may be used for an ectopically erupted (e....
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Hypodontia

Hypodontia refers to the congenital absence of one or more teeth. Epidemiology Hypodontia is common, affecting ~15% of the population with a recognized variations in ethnicities, e.g. prevalence of 1% in indigenous Australians through to 30% in Japanese populations. There is a female preponder...
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Giant cell tumor of bone: maxilla

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Micheál Breen
Published 29 Oct 2015
93% complete
CT
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Dental notation

 Diagnosis not applicable
Dr Albert Asatryan
Published 29 Feb 2016
30% complete
CT
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Dental abscess

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Calvin Gan
Published 03 Mar 2016
79% complete
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Bilateral cleft palate

 Diagnosis certain
A/Prof Sergio Uribe
Published 05 Jul 2016
69% complete
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Supernumerary tooth: mesiodens

 Diagnosis certain
A/Prof Sergio Uribe
Published 06 Jul 2016
78% complete
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Periapical abscess

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Mostafa El-Feky
Published 08 Nov 2017
80% complete
CT
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Impacted permanent canine with deciduous canine retention

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Reinier Leendertz
Published 14 Sep 2018
59% complete
CT
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Ectopic eruption of a molar tooth

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Heba Abdelmonem
Published 19 Nov 2017
89% complete
CT
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Bifid premolar root

A bifid premolar root is a normal variant there are two roots involving a premolar tooth. It is thought to present in aprroximately 2.5 % of population 1. They are mostly located in the buccal and lingual directions. In a very small proportion of people the premolar teeth can contain more than 2...
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Inferior alveolar nerve injury

Inferior alveolar nerve injuries are most common iatrogenic post third mandibular molar extraction although they can occur post dental implant or in mandibular fractures. This article is focused on iatrogenic injuries.  Epidemiology The incidence of inferior alveolar nerve injuries after third...

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