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May-August 2015 | Vol 5 | Issue 2

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Review Article
Laboratory diagnosis of fungal infection
There are numerous species of fungi of which only a few are pathogenic to humans. Laboratory procedures in diagnostic mycology are directed mainly towards the direct demonstration of the pathogenic fu...
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Review Article
Immune mediated disorders of oral cavity
Lesions of the oral cavity are a common presenting complaint in patients visiting a dental professional. It is imperative that an understanding of all the possible diagnoses is required. Lesions may v...
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Early detection of oral cancer: The way forward
Oral cancer is one of the most common causes of death all over the world. It has a tendency to be detected at a later stage which results in high mortality and morbidity rates for this disease. Early ...
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Original Article
Awareness of orthodontic treatment need and perceptions of dental attractiveness among school children
Aim: The study aimed at assessing awareness about their own orthodontic treatment need and their perceptions about the dental attractiveness in school children. Subjects and Me...
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Original Article
Prevalence of dental caries and treatment needs in school going children of Vidarbha region, central India
Introduction: Even today, dental caries remains the most common problem in children globally. It affects persons across all ages and in different parts of the world. An epidemiological investig...
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