By (1995), Siegel stated that sealants are an important dental caries prevention technology, ideally used in combination with patient education, effective personal oral hygiene, fluorides, regular dental visits. There is a growing need to seal primary molars, as demonstrated by Head Start’s report that found that, for those children who had dental caries, 86% had caries of the pits and fissures of the molars.
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The rise of chronic non-communicable diseases (CNCD), mainly cardiovascular disease, obesity and cancer, has been assumed to be a consequence of the increase intake of fatty foods, especially saturated fats and cholesterol.
Hydatid disease of the pancreas is a rare condition, with an incidence of less than 1%. Establishing diagnosis may be difficult because clinical and imaging findings are similar to other more commonly encountered cystic lesions of the pancreas. We present a case of isolated Hydatid cyst in the tail of pancreas which masquerading as the mucinous cystic neoplasm of the pancreas.
Vascular variations of the head and neck are common, but oft en go unnoticed because they generally do not present clear clinical symptoms. Lack of awareness of the presence and location of such variations may result in iatrogenic complications or even fatalities. Physicians and surgeons should be cognizant of such variations given their potential clinical signifi cance.