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a flow of activities; a sequence of tasks.
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2 It was reported in a study that bone, facial lamella and alveolar process fractures constitute 50%, 23.
3) Sponge Lung is not specific for pulmonary edema and may represent any diffuse alveolar process superimposed on emphysema, including atypical infections, pulmonary hemorrhage, or non-cardiogenic causes of pulmonary edema.
Caption: Figure 5: (a) Precontrast T1W axial image showing primary mass (arrow) in the alveolar process of maxilla and mandible with bony expansion, (b) postcontrast T1W fat saturated axial image showing enhancing intraosseous mass in maxilla and mandible, the parotid, and infratemporal fossa (arrows), (c) coronal STIR image showing narrow external auditory canal (arrow), (d) coronal postgadolinium image showing mass in infratemporal fossa, the parotid, and external auditory canal (arrows), (e) axial T2W image showing hypoplastic pterygoid and masseter muscles (arrows), and (f) coronal T2W image showing concave right mandibular ramus (chevron) and hypoplastic condyle with extension of mass into the TMJ (arrow).
So, this method may be of greater value in studying sequential changes to estimate reduction in height of the maxillary and mandibular alveolar process of a patient after tooth loss.
Localized gingival enlargement associated with alveolar process expansion: peripheral ossifying fibroma coincident with central odontogenic fibroma.
The presence of roots in alveolar process maintains bone volume and avoids atrophy (Anders- son et al.
However, reconstruction of the alveolar process through an alveolar bone graft is generally approved for the treatment of CLP patients with involvement of the alveolar ridge.
The relashionship between the density of the alveolar process and that of post-cranial bone.
Dentoalveolar injuries are those injuries involving the teeth, the supporting structures, gingiva, oral mucosa, alveolar process of the maxilla or mandible, with or without injuries of the adjacent soft and hard tissues.