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Malignant tumors of the maxillofacial and oral region in children: A clinicopathologic study
(University of the Western Cape, 1994)
This is a retrospective study of malignant tumours of the maxillofacial and oral region in children that presented over a 20 year period (1973 to 1993) at the Red Cross War Memorial Children's Hospital and Groote Schuur ...
A comparison of the treating mandibular fractures at the department of maxillofacial and oral surgery, Groote Schuur hospital
Mandibular fractures are common facial injuries, occurring twice as frequently as fractures of the bones of the midface. Only the nasal bones are fractured more often as the result of trauma to the face (Olson eta/ 1982; ...
An investigation into the role of histological parameters in the prediction of the prognosis for tl and t2 oral squamous cell carcinomas
(University of Western Cape, 1998)
TI and T2 squamous cell carcinomas of the head and neck have an unpredictable prognosis that often pose therapeutic problems. Sophisticated methods such as cytometric DNA analysis, immunocytochemistry and detection of ...
A retrospective analysis of gunshot injuries to the Maxillofacial region (1980 to 1995)
(University of the Western Cape, 1997)
There appears to be an increase in the use of handguns amongst the civilian population with a resultant increase in the firearm related mortalities in the Cape Town metropolitan area (Lerer et al., 1997). Therefore, the ...