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March 2018 | Vol  21 | Issue  3     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
Original Article
Accuracy of the demirjian, willems and cameriere methods of estimating dental age on turkish children
BK Apaydin, F Yasar
Background and Aim: Age estimation plays a significant role in forensic science, archeology, pediatric endocrinology and clinical dentistry. Tooth development is a reliable pathway for age es...
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Original Article
Turkish health field periodical editors' Views on publication process and ethical problems
H Pars, R Akın, NE Sahin, S Cinar, F Aslan, S Duygulu
Objective: We aimed in this study to investigate views and suggestions of health field editors about the publication process and ethical problems. Materials and Methods: The study invo...
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Relationship between salivary calprotectin levels and recurrent aphthous stomatitis: A preliminary study
M Koray, B Atalay, S Akgul, FS Oguz, G Mumcu, A Saruhanoglu
Aim: Recurrent aphthous stomatitis (RAS) is an inflammatory condition of the oral mucosa. The etiology of RAS remains unclear. Calprotectin is a major cytoplasmic protein contained in granulo...
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Are roadside petrol dispensers at risk of oxidative stress? a study from gombe, North East Nigeria
S Adamu, OM Akinosun, FM Abbiyesuku, MA O Kuti, Jibril M El-Bashir, JD Abubakar
Background: Gasoline is one of the most frequently utilized chemicals whose use is on the increase. Exposure to the volatile constituents of gasoline generates free radicals leading to oxidat...
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Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice

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