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Maxilary sinus

N Nadjmi
INTRODUCTION: This work was conducted to evaluate a new maxillary distractor with an activating system introduced into the maxilary sinus. PATIENTS AND METHOD: Fourteen patients age 8 to 55 Years with severe maxillary and midfacial hypoplasia were treated in our center. A trans-sinusoidal maxillary distractor (TS-MD, developed by Dr. N. Nadjmi in cooperation with Martin, Tuttlingen, Germany) was placed intra-orally at each side of the maxilla. The distraction vector was predicted with devoted software (Medicim N...
February 2004: Revue de Stomatologie et de Chirurgie Maxillo-faciale
Branislav Belić, Vukasin Andrić, Ljiljana Tadić, Zeljko Vasković, Stevan Stojanović, Jasmina Krsmanović
The aim of this work is to evaluate cytologic examination of secretions of nose and maxillary sinuses in patients with naso-sinusal disorders. The material for cytologic examination is taken from 128 nasal cavities of 101 patients with inflammation or tumour diseases of nose and maxillary sinuses, and from 114 maxillary sinuses, intraoperatively, of 89 patients. The results of cytological examinations were classified in five groups: acute bacterial inflammations, chronic bacterial inflammations, allergic processes, viral infections and positive findings for malignancy...
May 2002: Srpski Arhiv za Celokupno Lekarstvo
B L Wolfowitx, A Schmaman
Six rare tumours of the maxillary sinus occuring in South African Blacks are described. The incidence of sarcomas and tumours of glandular epithelium in the nasal sinus region is discussed and the literature is reviewed.
March 15, 1975: South African Medical Journal, Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif Vir Geneeskunde
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