Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : radiographic

Three Case Reports of Ameloblastoma with relevant clinico-radiographic and histopathologic correlations

Dr. Mohamed Abdulcader Riyaz SS

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 1269-1281

Ameloblastoma is one of the most common clinically significant tumor. It belongs to 1% of all oral tumors. Compared to maxilla, the mandible is qyite commonly affected (4:1). It affects both male and female population equally. The age at presentation is usually between 3rd and 7th decade of life. The usual clinical presentation is that of a slow growing asymptomatic intraoral swelling. There are four clinico-radiographic types of Ameloblastoma namely Unicystic, Multicystic, Peripheral (extra-osseous) and Desmoplastic. The Histologic types include Follicular, Plexiform, Acanthomatous, Granular, Basal cell & Desmoplastic. The unicystic type has three histologic variants namely luminal, intra-luminal and mural. This article is aimed at documenting three case reports of Ameloblastoma with histopathologic variations and correlating them with clinico-radiographic findings

Radicular Pulp Therapy for the Primary Dentition

Dr. Sanat Kumar Bhuyan; Dr. Ruchi Bhuyan; Akankshya Sahu; Abhisek pati; Sidhant Bhuyan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 1183-1189

Objective: The aim of this research was to screening the radicular pulp therapy for the primary teeth. Materials and methods: There were two different clinical procedures were used in this study one was single visit and another one was multiple visits. Out of those two single visits was more preferable. Various methods were also used to determine the working length of the teeth. Results: We found normal and healthy soft tissue after the treatment. No pathologic resorption associated with bone rare fraction also seen. Radiographic treatment was successful without evidence of bone reabsorption and no periapical radiolucency formation postoperatively. Conclusions: Pulpectomy is meant to protect the main teeth that are missing. The pulpectomy technique consists of debridging and widening canals with graded files in advance of shuttering.