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Switch and Variance-Warthin’s Tumour

Anubha Bajaj

Published: October 29, 2022

Warthin’s tumour is a benign salivary gland neoplasm commonly incriminating parotid gland. Tumefaction enunciates cystic configurations coated with a dual epithelial cell layer with subjacent dense, lymphoid stroma. Additionally designated as papillary cystadenoma lymphomatosum papilliferum or adenolymphoma, Warthin’s tumour is frequently expounded and follows pleomorphic adenoma in frequency. Generally, Warthin’s tumour occurs due to incorporation of lymphoid tissue within the parotid gland. Alternatively, inflammatory infiltrate may induce cystic and oncocytic modifications within pertinent salivary gland. Neoplasm may be concordant with tubercular infection induced by Brucella mellitensi [1, 2]. Warthin’s tumour is a non clonal, diploid neoplasm. However, neoplasms concurrent with muco-epidermoid carcinoma appear associated with chromosomal translocation t(11;19) and fusion transcript of CRTC1/MAML2 genes. Besides, deoxy-ribonuclease (DNA) of human herpesvirus 8 (HHV8) may accompany Warthin’s tumour [1, 2].

Artificial Intelligence-A New Millennium in Dentistry

Priyanka Lekhwani

Published: October 29, 2022

Today the world is rapidly progressing towards digitalization. Humans have re-formed intelligence for better human decision making and to relieve themselves of the stupendous workload. Artificial intelligence can act as a supplementary tool to improve life. Every sphere of the world has adopted the artificial intelligence with great enthusiasm. Artificial intelligence has changed the horizons of medical and dental field too. It has enormous fields of application which have made dentistry to reach another level. However, this advancement in technology is still at budding stage. There is a need for the dentists to be mindful about its implications for a worthwhile clinical practice in near future. This article is an attempt to highlight the role of artificial intelligence in dentistry.

Keywords: Artificial Intelligence; Dentistry; Applications

Behaviors: Actions with purpose at the forefront of Dental Caries Management

García-Quintana Alejandra

Published: October 29, 2022

For years we have been viewers of the extensive burden of Dental Caries in our populations. From global to local, this disease is considered a public health problem that significantly impacts the quality of life of societies, communities, families, and individuals. This health problem affects children worldwide and represents a significant challenge for health systems. Moreover, the most critical risk is socially disadvantaged communities with extensive health inequities and poor social determinants.

Xerostomia, Salty Taste and Burning Mouth as Oral Manifestations of COVID-19

Camilla dos Santos Sena, Estevam Rubens Utumi, Mário Cappellette Junior, Danilo Lourenço and Irineu Gregnanin Pedron

Published: October 29, 2022

From the onset of the viral outbreak in Wuhan City (China) in December 2019 and, declared as a pandemic in March 2020 by the World Health Organization (WHO), COVID-19 brought many losses and misfortunes [1-3].

Several diseases and conditions associated with and resulting from coronavirus infection were constantly observed. Various signs and symptoms such as headache, impaired consciousness, confusion, dizziness, sore throat, congestion, coryza, nausea or vomiting, diarrhoea were and still are quite frequent [1-3].