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January-June 2015 | Vol 5 | Issue 1

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Guest Editorial
The economy for clinical science in oral and maxillofacial surgery
For every human action that affects our lives, there is an underlying economy. Every economy depends upon the principles of supply and demand. Regarding supply, are there sufficient resources, motivat...
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Editorial
Avoiding complications in cosmetic rhinoplasty
Of all the facial cosmetic corrections, rhinoplasty is the most sought treatment. This is one of the most challenging procedures in the midfacial complex. The high degree of expected transformation co...
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Review Article
Vismodegib hedgehog-signaling inhibition and treatment of basal cell carcinomas as well as keratocystic odontogenic tumors in Gorlin syndrome
Vismodegib hedgehog signaling inhibition treatment has potential for reducing the burden of multiple skin basal cell carcinomas and jaw keratocystic odontogenic tumors. They are major criteria for the...
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Invited Review Article
Biomimetic approaches to complex craniofacial defects
The primary goals of craniofacial reconstruction include the restoration of the form, function, and facial esthetics, and in the case of pediatric patients, respect for craniofacial growth. The surgeo...
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Original Article - Prospective Study
Is it worthy? Removal of level IIB nodes during selective neck dissection (I-III) for oral carcinomas
Aims: The aim was to correlate the incidence of metastasis to Level IIB of neck lymph nodes (LNs) for oral cavity carcinomas with the site, size, and histological grade of tumor. Settings an...
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Annals of Maxillofacial Surgery

Annals of Maxillofacial Surgery, a publication of Indian Academy of Maxillofacial Surgery, is a peer-reviewed online journal with Bi-annual print on demand compilation of issues published.  more >>
 

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