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Craniofacial Microsomia and Variants in Genes Related to Retinoic Acid, Endothelin, and Phenotypically Overlapping Syndromes
Background: Craniofacial microsomia (CFM) is the second most common facial congenital anomaly. It involves asymmetric underdevelopment of facial skeletal bones and soft tissues, mostly the lower face and ear. Aberration ...
Prevalence of Periodontitis and Annual Alveolar Bone Loss in a Patient Population at Harvard School of Dental Medicine: a Longitudinal Data Analysis
Periodontal diseases are inflammatory diseases of the oral cavity that can be confined only to the gingiva as in gingivitis or exceed beyond that to result in soft and hard tissue loss which would affect the attachment of ...