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Id: MFM2-10592 IBECS-Express
Autor: Spanish Society of Gerodontology.
Título: Abstracts XVII Congress of the Spanish Society of Gerodontology: Estepona, Spain, March 23 - 25 2017- Meeting Abstract
Fuente: Med. oral patol. oral cir. bucal (Internet);(cong):s1-s55, 2017.
Idioma: en.
Resumen: No disponible

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Id: MFM2-10399 IBECS-Express
Autor: Spanish Society of Conservative Dentistry.
Título: XXI National Congress and VIII International of the Spanish Society of Conservative Dentistry: Granada, May 19-21, 2016
Fuente: Med. oral patol. oral cir. bucal (Internet);(cong):s1-s61, 2017.
Idioma: en.
Resumen: No disponible

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Id: 166662
Autor: Velázquez Cayón, Rocío; Castillo Dalí, Gabriel; Corcuera Flores, Jose Ramón; Serrera Figallo, María Ángeles; Castillo Oyagüe, Raquel; González Martín, Maribel; Gutierrez Pérez, José Luis; Torres Lagares, Daniel.
Título: Production of bone mineral material and BMP-2 in osteoblasts cultured on double acid-etched titanium
Fuente: Med. oral patol. oral cir. bucal (Internet);22(5):e651-e659, sept. 2017. ilus, tab.
Idioma: en.
doi: 10.4317/medoral.22071.
Resumen: Background: The study of osteoblasts and their osteogenic functions is essential in order to understand them and their applications in implantology. In this sense, this study try to study BMP-2 production and bone matrix deposition, in addition to other biological variables, in osteoblasts cultured on a rough double acid-etched titanium surface (Osseotite®, Biomet 3i, Palm Beach Garden, Florida, USA) in comparison to a smooth titanium surface (machined) and a control Petri dish. Material and Methods: An in vitro prospective study. NHOst human osteoblasts from the femur were cultured on three different surfaces: Control group: 25-mm methacrylate dish (n = 6); Machined group: titanium discs with machined surface (n = 6) and Experimental group: titanium discs with a double acid-etched nitric and hydrofluoric Osseotite® acid surface (n = 6). A quantification of the mitochondrial membrane potential, and studies of apoptosis, mobility and adhesion, bone productivity (BMP-2) and cellular bone synthesis were carried out after culturing the three groups for forty-eight hours. Results: A statistically significant difference was observed in the production of BMP-2 between the experimental group and the other two groups (22.33% ± 11.06 vs. 13.10% ± 5.51 in the machined group and 3.88% ± 3.43 in the control group). Differences in cellular bone synthesis were also observed between the groups (28.34% ± 14.4% in the experimental group vs. 20.03% ± 6.79 in the machined group and 19.34% ± 15.93% in the control group). Conclusions: In comparison with machined surfaces, Osseotite® surfaces favor BMP-2 production and bone synthesis as a result of the osteoblasts in contact with it (AU)

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Descriptores: calcificación fisiológica/efectos de drogas
osteoblastos/secreción
proteína morfogenética ósea 2/farmacocinética
-técnicas in vitro
estudios prospectivos
proteínas citoesqueléticas/fisiología
apoptosis/fisiología
matriz ósea/crecimiento & desarrollo
supervivencia celular/fisiología
Límites: humanos
Responsable: BNCS


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Id: 166661
Autor: Oliveros Lopez, Luis; Fernandez Olavarria, Ana; Torres Lagares, Daniel; Serrera Figallo, Maria Angeles; Castillo Oyagüe, Raquel; Segura Egea, Juan Jose; Gutierrez Perez, Jose Luis.
Título: Reduction rate by decompression as a treatment of odontogenic cysts
Fuente: Med. oral patol. oral cir. bucal (Internet);22(5):e643-e650, sept. 2017. ilus, tab.
Idioma: en.
doi: 10.4317/medoral.21916.
Resumen: Background: Odontogenic cysts are defined as those cysts that arise from odontogenic epithelium and occur in the tooth-bearing regions of the jaws. Cystectomy, marsupialization or decompression of odontogenic cyst are treatment approach to this pathology. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of the decompression as the primary treatment of the cystic lesions of the jaws and them reduction rates involving different factors. Material and Methods: 23 patients with odontogenic cysts of the jaws, previously diagnosed by anatomical histopathology (follicular cysts (7) and radicular cysts (16)) underwent decompression as an initial treatment. Clinical examination and pre and post panoramic radiograph were measured and analyzed. In addition, data as gender, age, time reduction and location of the lesion were collected. Results: Significant results were obtained in relation to the location of lesions and the reduction rate (p< 0.01). In a higher initial lesion, a greater reduction rate was observed (p< 0.05). Conclusions: Decompression as an initial treatment of cystic lesions of the jaws was effective; it reduces the size of the lesions avoiding a possible damage to adjacent structures. Cystic lesions in the mandible, regardless of the area where they occur will have a higher reduction rate if it is compared with the maxilla. Similar behavior was identified in large lesions compared to smaller (AU)

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Descriptores: quistes odontogénicos/cirugía
descompresión quirúrgica/métodos
quistes maxilomandibulares/cirugía
-resultado del tratamiento
estudios retrospectivos
quiste radicular/cirugía
quiste folicular/cirugía
Límites: humanos
Responsable: BNCS


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Id: 166660
Autor: Kaukola, Leena; Snäll, Johanna; Roine, Risto; Sintonen, Harri; Thorén, Hanna.
Título: Health-related quality of life of patients with zygomatic fracture
Fuente: Med. oral patol. oral cir. bucal (Internet);22(5):e636-e642, sept. 2017. graf, tab.
Idioma: en.
doi: 10.4317/medoral.21914.
Resumen: Background: The objective was to evaluate health-related quality of life (HRQoL) before and after surgical treatment of zygomatic complex fracture and assess patients' perceptions of the aesthetic and functional outcomes of surgery. Material and Methods: A prospective study of 79 adult patients before and after surgery for zygomatic complex fracture was conducted. HRQoL was measured using the generic 15-dimensional (15D) instrument, and patient satisfaction was assessed by an additional questionnaire. Results: The mean preoperative 15D score for patients was lower than for general population that was matched for age and gender (p=0.011). The mean 15D score was lowest on the first postoperative day (p < 0.001) when patients were worse off for 6 of the 15 dimensions of the HRQoL instrument and better off for three dimensions. However, patients achieved, and even exceeded, the mean 15D score of the general population during the first month following surgery. Infraorbital sensory loss at the end of the six-month follow-up appeared to be the single most important factor that plagued the patients. Conclusions: HRQoL is significantly reduced after trauma but improves a few weeks after surgery. Infraorbital nerve sensory loss is a notable long-term factor that affects patients after zygomatic complex fracture (AU)

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Descriptores: fracturas cigomáticas/cirugía
traumatismos maxilofaciales/epidemiología
lesiones del nervio trigémio/epidemiología
-calidad de vida
perfil del impacto de la enfermedad
complicaciones posoperatorias/epidemiología
resultado del tratamiento
fracturas cigomáticas/epidemiología
Límites: humanos
Responsable: BNCS


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Id: 166659
Autor: Velasco Torres, Miguel; Padial Molina, Miguel; Avila Ortiz, Gustavo; García Delgado, Raúl; Catena, Andrés; Galindo Moreno, Pablo.
Título: Inferior alveolar nerve trajectory, mental foramen location and incidence of mental nerve anterior loop
Fuente: Med. oral patol. oral cir. bucal (Internet);22(5):e630-e635, sept. 2017. graf, tab.
Idioma: en.
doi: 10.4317/medoral.21905.
Resumen: Background: Injury of the inferior alveolar nerve (IAN) is a serious intraoperative complication that may occur during routine surgical procedures, such as dental implant placement or extraction of impacted teeth. Thus, the purpose of this study was to analyze the trajectory of the mandibular canal (MC), the location of the mental foramen (MF) and the presence and extension of an anterior loop of the mental nerve (AL). Study Design: In this cross-sectional study, a total of 348 CBCTs were analyzed. Distances from MC to the surface of the basal, medial and lateral cortical of the mandible were measured at the level of the second molar, first molar and second premolar. Location of the MF relative to the apices of the premolars, as well as incidence and anterior extent of the AL were also determined. Results: Significant and clinically relevant correlations were found between the position of the MC in women, which was located more caudal (r=-0.219, p=0.007; r=-0.276, p< 0.001; right and left, respectively) and lateral (r=-0.274, p=0.001; r=-0.285, p< 0.001; right and left, respectively), particularly at the level of the premolars. Additionally, the presence (r=-0.181, p=0.001; r=-0.163, p=0.002; right and left, respectively) and anterior extension (r=-0.180, p=0.009; r=-0.285, p=0.05; right and left, respectively) of the AL was found to be inversely correlated with the age of the patient. Conclusions: This analysis of a Caucasian population has found that the older the patient, the lower the incidence of the loop and the shorter its anterior extension (AU)

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Descriptores: nervio mandibular/anatomía & histología
lesiones del nervio trigémio/epidemiología
procedimientos quirúrgicos orales/efectos adversos
-enfermedad iatrogénica/epidemiología
complicaciones intraoperatorias/epidemiología
factores de riesgo
tomografía computarizada de haz cónico/utilización
estudios transversales
Límites: humanos
Responsable: BNCS


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Id: 166658
Autor: Sun, Rui; Cai, Yu; Wu, Yang; Zhao, Ji-Hong.
Título: Marsupialization facilitates movement of the cystic lesion-associated deeply impacted mandibular third molar in spite of its mature roots
Fuente: Med. oral patol. oral cir. bucal (Internet);22(5):e625-e629, sept. 2017. ilus, tab.
Idioma: en.
doi: 10.4317/medoral.21814.
Resumen: Background: The odontogenic cystic lesions happened in the angle and ramus region are frequently associated with impacted mandibular third molars. The treatment plan was difficult to work out for the huge cystic lesions with deeply impacted third molars, since the enucleation with simultaneously removing the deeply impacted teeth may cause serious complications. Therefore, the marsupialization of the cystic lesions followed by enucleation with tooth removal has also been advocated. The aim of this study was to explore the movement of cystic lesion associated deeply impacted mandibular third molars (IMTM) after marsupialization. Material and Methods: Between July 2009 and December 2015, patients who had mandibular cystic lesion associated with IMTM and underwent marsupialization followed by enucleation with tooth extraction were included in our retrospective study. The clinical and pathological data was collected. The distance and direction of movement of the IMTM after marsupialization was measured on panoramic radiograph and computed tomography. Results: Four male and six female patients whose ages ranged from 14 years to 67 years were enrolled in this study. Among the all impacted molars, there were 3 cases with mature roots. After marsupialization, all the cystic lesions shrunk and all impacted teeth moved toward the bony windows, and the distance of tooth movement were from 8.3mm to 12.1mm. The complications included swelling and pain, while no numbness of the ipsilateral lower lip was happened. Conclusions: Marsupialization can promote the movement of impacted teeth with or without mature roots, and may be an optimal treatment approach for the huge posterior mandibular cystic lesions with deeply impacted third molar (AU)

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Descriptores: diente impactado/epidemiología
tercer molar
quistes odontogénicos/complicaciones
quistes maxilomandibulares/complicaciones
extracción dental/utilización
-movimiento de los dientes/métodos
quiste dentígero/diagnóstico
odontoma/diagnóstico
estudios retrospectivos
Límites: humanos
Responsable: BNCS


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Id: 166657
Autor: Samieirad, Sahand; Aboutorabzade, Mohammad-Reza; Tohidi, Elahe; Shaban, Baratollah; Khalife, Hussein; Hashemipour, Maryam-Alsadat; Salami, Hamid-Reza.
Título: Maxillofacial fracture epidemiology and treatment plans in the Northeast of Iran: A retrospective study
Fuente: Med. oral patol. oral cir. bucal (Internet);22(5):e616-e624, sept. 2017. ilus, tab.
Idioma: en.
doi: 10.4317/medoral.21809.
Resumen: Background: The epidemiology of facial injuries varies based on lifestyle, cultural background and socioeconomic status in different countries and geographic zones. This study evaluated the epidemiology of maxillofacial fractures and treatment plans in hospitalized patients in Northeast of Iran (2015-2016). Material and Methods: In this retrospective study, the medical records of 502 hospitalized patients were evaluated in the Department of Maxillofacial Surgery in Kamyab Hospital in Mashhad, Iran. The type and cause of fractures and treatment plans were recorded in a checklist. Data were analyzed with MannûWhitney test, chi-squared test and Fisher's exact test, using SPSS 21. Results: The majority of patients were male (80.3%). Most subjects were in 20-30-year age range (43.2%). The fractures were mostly caused by accidents, particularly motorcycle accidents (MCAs), and the most common site of involvement was the body of the mandible. There was a significant association between the type of treatment and age. In fact, the age range of 16-59 years underwent open reduction internal fixation (ORIF) more than other age ranges (P=0.001). Also, there was a significant association between gender and fractures (P=0.002). Conclusions: It was concluded that patient age and gender and trauma significantly affected the prevalence of maxillofacial traumas, fracture types and treatment plans. This information would be useful for making better health policy strategies (AU)

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Descriptores: traumatismos maxilofaciales/epidemiología
fijación interna de fractura/utilización
-fracturas óseas/epidemiología
Distribución por Edad y Sexo
estudios retrospectivos
Límites: humanos
masculino
femenino
niño preescolar
niño
adolescente
adulto joven
adulto
mediana edad
anciano
ancianos de 80 o más años
Responsable: BNCS


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Id: 166656
Autor: Alves Pereira, Daniela; Pereira Silva, David; Figueiredo, Rui; Gay Escoda, Cosme; Valmaseda Castellón, Eduard.
Título: Clinician-related factors behind the decision to extract an asymptomatic lower third molar. A cross-sectional study based on Spanish and Portuguese dentists
Fuente: Med. oral patol. oral cir. bucal (Internet);22(5):e609-e615, sept. 2017. tab.
Idioma: en.
doi: 10.4317/medoral.21634.
Resumen: Background: Scientific literature estimates that around 18 to 40 % of asymptomatic third molars are extracted. The aims of the present study were to determine the indications for extraction of asymptomatic lower third molars in a sample of Spanish and Portuguese dentists, and to relate these indications to the clinicians' training and professional experience. Material and Methods: A survey consisting of 15 cases of asymptomatic lower third molars was emailed to Portuguese and Spanish dentists. The clinicians were asked to assess the level of difficulty of the extractions and to make a reasoned recommendation based on the panoramic radiographs, gender and age of the patients. Results: 381 clinicians filled in the questionnaires. Most of the professionals had over 13 years of clinical experience. The number of Spanish clinicians with postgraduate degrees in Oral Surgery was significantly higher. On average, 42% of respondents recommended extraction of asymptomatic third molars. The indication for extraction was significantly higher among Portuguese dentists. Clinical experience was negatively correlated with the perceived extraction difficulty (p< 0.05). The main reason given for extracting was the prevention of pericoronitis, whereas that for not extracting was the absence of a clear indication and the risk of injuring the inferior alveolar nerve. Conclusions: The Portuguese dentists were more in favour of removing asymptomatic lower third molars than the Spanish dentists, although the latter had a higher proportion of professionals with postgraduate studies in Oral Surgery (AU)

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Descriptores: extracción dental/utilización
tercer molar/cirugía
-estudios transversales
toma de decisiones clínicas/métodos
pericoronitis/prevención & control
infecciones asintomáticas
encuestas sobre atención a la salud/estadística & datos numéricos
procedimientos innecesarios/estadística & datos numéricos
Límites: humanos
Responsable: BNCS


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Id: 166655
Autor: Serrano Sánchez, Víctor; Ripollés-de Ramón, Jorge; Collado Yurrita, Luis; Vaello Checa, Iris; Colmenero Ruiz, Constantino; Helm, Alexandra; Ciudad Cabañas, Maria José; Serrano Cuenca, Victoriano.
Título: New horizons in anticoagulation: Direct oral anticoagulants and their implications in oral surgery
Fuente: Med. oral patol. oral cir. bucal (Internet);22(5):e601-e608, sept. 2017. ilus, tab, graf.
Idioma: en.
doi: 10.4317/medoral.21862.
Resumen: Background: Thrombotic disorders remain a leading cause of death in the Western World. For decades, vitamin K antagonists used in the prevention of this pathology, such as warfarin or sintrom, were the only oral agents available for long-term anticoagulation, in spite of their disadvantages. Material and Methods: An electronic database search was carried out on MedLine and The Cochrane Library Plus, without restrictions on the type of study nor dates, in English and Spanish. Abstracts were reviewed, and complete articles if necessary, considering all articles that included recommendations on DOACs and oral surgery. Results: In recent years, the so-called ônew oral anticoagulantsö have been introduced in clinical practice to treat those patients whose medical conditions require long-term anticoagulant treatment, replacing traditional oral anticoagulants. Conclusions: The new oral anticoagulants represent new therapeutic options, with a number of advantages such as poor interaction with food, minor drug interactions, and do not require periodic dose adjustments or routine controls. The purpose of this review is to establish an update on the new oral anticoagulants: Dabigatran, Rivarozaban, Apixaban and Edoxaban (AU)

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Descriptores: anticoagulantes/uso terapéutico
procedimientos quirúrgicos orales/métodos
pérdida sanguínea quirúrgica/prevención & control
-dabigatrán/uso terapéutico
rivaroxabán/uso terapéutico
autorización de medicamentos
interacciones farmacológicas
Límites: humanos
Tipo de Publicación: revisión
Responsable: BNCS



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