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October-December  2015
Vol 6 | Issue 4

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Creativity is intelligence
There is no qualm that creativity is the most important human source of all. Without creativity, there would be no advancement and the continual discoveries and inventions in the field of medical sci...
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Diagnostic perspective of saliva in insulin dependent diabetes mellitus children: An in vivo study
Background and Objectives: The absence, destruction, or loss ofβ-cells of pancreas results in type 1 diabetes (insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus [IDDM]). Presently, diagnosis and periodi...
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Management of symptomatic erosive-ulcerative lesions of oral lichen planus in an adult Egyptian population using Selenium - ACE combined with topical corticosteroids plus antifungal agent
Aim: Oral lichen planus (OLP) is a chronic mucocutaneous disease with an immunological etiology. This study was conducted to evaluate the effect of selenium combined with Vitamins A, C & E ...
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Growth changes in the soft tissue profile of Yemenis females: A cross-sectional study
Aim: To investigate the changes in soft tissue parameters of three age groups of untreated Yemenis females. Materials and Methods: The sample comprised 300 Yemeni females which were ra...
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Assessment of salivary calcium, phosphate, magnesium, pH, and flow rate in healthy subjects, periodontitis, and dental caries
Aim: This study was conducted to estimate and compare inorganic salivary calcium, phosphate, magnesium, salivary flow rate, and pH of unstimulated saliva and oral hygiene status of healthy subj...
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