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Pigmented lesions of the oral mucosa: A cross-sectional study of 458 histopathological specimens
Tavares TS, et al. Oral Dis 2018. PMID 29945290
Cheek mucosa (21.0%), alveolar mucosa (16.6%), and gingiva (11.8%) were the most commonly affected sites. Amalgam tattoo was applied in 212 cases (46.3%), followed by melanotic macule (22.9%) and nevus (20.5%). ...CONCLUSIONS: Pigmented lesions represent an uncommon diagnosis in oral pathology routines. The most frequent entities are amalgam tattoo, melanotic macule, and nevus. ...
Cheek mucosa (21.0%), alveolar mucosa (16.6%), and gingiva (11.8%) were the most commonly affected sites. Amalgam tattoo was applied …
Effect of topical ozonetherapy on gingival wound healing in pigs: histological and immuno-histochemical analysis
Eroglu ZT, et al. J Appl Oral Sci 2018. PMID 30540068 Free PMC article.
Six wounds with 10 mm in diameter were created through the punch technique on the palatinal gingiva of each pig. Ozone gas was applied on only 3 wounds (test group) and the remaining 3 were left to natural healing (control group). ...
Six wounds with 10 mm in diameter were created through the punch technique on the palatinal gingiva of each pig. Ozone gas was applie …
[Medicaments and oral healthcare. Proliferation of the gingiva].
de Baat C, et al. Ned Tijdschr Tandheelkd 2018 - Review. PMID 30015815 Dutch.
Proliferation of the gingiva as an adverse effect of medications has been reported for anticonvulsants, calcineurin inhibitors, calcium channel blockers and isotretinoin. ...Presumably, proliferation of the gingiva may be prevented or reduced in a number of ways. The most important one is good oral hygiene. ...
Proliferation of the gingiva as an adverse effect of medications has been reported for anticonvulsants, calcineurin inhibitors, calci …
Three-dimensional Inflammatory Human Tissue Equivalents of Gingiva.
Xiao L, et al. J Vis Exp 2018. PMID 29683455 Free PMC article.
Inflammation in gingiva is the fundamental physiopathology of periodontal diseases. Current experimental models of periodontal diseases have been established in various types of animals. ...Here, we present a detailed protocol for reconstructing human inflammatory tissue equivalents of gingiva (iGTE) in vitro. We first build human tissue equivalents of gingiva (GTE) by utilizing two types of human cells, including human gingival fibroblasts (HGF) and human skin epidermal keratinocytes (HaCaT), under three-dimensional conditions. ...
Inflammation in gingiva is the fundamental physiopathology of periodontal diseases. Current experimental models of periodontal diseas …
Pigmentation on Gingiva: A Diagnostic Dilemma.
Attar NB, et al. Int J Periodontics Restorative Dent 2018. PMID 29240216
Pigmentation on gingiva can be physiologic or pathologic. Gingival pigmentation is present from birth in certain individuals. ...
Pigmentation on gingiva can be physiologic or pathologic. Gingival pigmentation is present from birth in certain individuals. ...
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