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a chronic inflammation of the withers of a horse

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an abnormal passage leading from a suppurating cavity to the body surface


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This in turn will help oral surgeons to modify treatment options in patients with these risk factors and to rationalize decision making in managing this accidental occurrence to avoid future oroantral fistula and its complications.
It has been shown that the presence of an oroantral fistula can predispose one to actinomycosis of the paranasal sinuses [5, 8].
Berger, "Oral-maxillary sinus fistula (oroantral fistula): clinical features and findings on multiplanar CT," American Journal of Roentgenology, vol.
Clinical evaluation revealed the presence of oroantral fistula of 10 X 6 [mm.sup.2].
Endoscopic endonasal approach should be the surgical choice unless oroantral fistula is present.
It is possible that a temporary oroantral fistula formed during the extraction of one or more of our patient's teeth, allowing for the deposit of a small amount of vegetable matter into the sinus.
In the event of an oroantral fistula or when the foreign body has a considerable size, a direct approach may be needed.
Partial maxillectomy defects 25 were the most common defects reconstructed with BFP flap followed by cheek mucosal defects i.e., 8 patients, 7 patients were treated for maxillary tuberosity defects, 3 for retromolar area defects, 2 for oral submucous fibrosis and 5 for oroantral fistula. (Fig 3).
Indications of Caldwell-Luc in our study Number Percentage AC polyp 36 72 Dentigerous Cyst 3 6 Osteomyelitis 2 4 Oroantral Fistula 1 2 Foreign Body 1 2 Blow Out Fracture 1 2 Note: Table made from bar graph.
The Caldwell-Luc incision was closed, and attention was then directed to the residual oroantral fistula, which was excised and closed primarily.
Key Words: Minor oral surgery, dental extractions complications, buccal fat pad flap, oroantral fistula.
Often they result from the escape of material through an oroantral fistula or from trauma.
The objective of the study was to determine the most vulnerable sites and side involved in oroantral fistula creation.
The aim of this study was to evaluate and analyze the occurrence, characteristics and treatment outcome of oroantral fistula in 29 patients from Sept 2004 to Nov 2009.
Osteomas are bone-forming tumors, and their occurrence in the maxillary sinus following dental extraction and surgery for oroantral fistulas has been documented in the literature.