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July 2021 | Vol  24 | Issue  7     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
Original Article
IL-13 gene polymorphisms (-1112 C/T and -1512 A/C) in patients with chronic and aggressive periodontitis: Effects on GCF and outcome of periodontal therapy
EP Gorgun, H Toker, A Tas, AL Alpan, I Sari, Y Silig
Background: IL-13 is the key cytokine in the regulation of inflammatory with an autoimmune disease and has an anti-inflammatory effect. Aims: This study aimed to compare IL-13 (-1112 C...
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Measurement of dental implant stability by two different techniques
A Kocak-Buyukdere, G Kayabay
Objectives: To measure dental implant stability by two noninvasive methods which are vibration characteristics of the periodontium Periotest® and resonance frequency analysis Osstell. Th...
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Pattern of Self-care practices among type 2 diabetes patients in Southwest, Nigeria
AC Enikuomehin, MA Olamoyegun, OA Ojo, GD Ajani, TA Akinlade, OA Ala
Background: Self-care practices in individuals with diabetes are important skills required to effectively prevent, manage, and limit complications associated with diabetes since patients spen...
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A comparison of intralesional verapamil and triamcinolone monotherapy in the treatment of keloids in an African population
O Belie, AO Ugburo, BO Mofikoya, OA T Omidiji, MF Belie
Background: Keloid is a fibroproliferative disorder of dermal origin, common and severe in the dark-skinned individuals. The patients suffer from pain and pruritus with poor body image. Ai...
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Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice

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