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P Pillai Jayasankar, Jyoti Chavda, Raksha M Shah
An unusual case of oronasal fistulla of infective origin in a patient with a previous history of aplastic anemia and cancrum oris is discussed here in this report. As the general condition of the patient was not favouring the surgical closure, an obturator was fabricated and inserted to relieve the problems of regurgitation of food and fluids into the nasal cavity.
July 2004: Indian Journal of Dental Research: Official Publication of Indian Society for Dental Research
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March 9, 1962: Prensa Médica Argentina
M Pierson, S Gilgenkrantz, M Saborio
In the so-called "cat-eye" syndrome are associated the following malformations: coloboma iridis, anal atresia, pre-auricular fistullae with an extra 47th chromosome of the G group type. About twenty cases have already been reported. Some are familial cases and some have the complete phenotype but without the extra chromosome. Even if the structure of the material of this element is doubtful, its responsability in the phenotype is likely. This case is reported since the patient has pituitary dwarfism and normal intelligence...
November 1975: Archives Françaises de Pédiatrie
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