International Journal of Natural Science and Reviews

Traction of Palatal Impacted Teeth: Description of a New Orthosurgical Technique

Research Article of International Journal of Natural Science and Reviews Traction of Palatal Impacted Teeth: Description of a New Orthosurgical Technique Fernando Vacilotto Gomes¹, Ivan Abreu Gomes², Luciano Mayer³, Maria Cristina Rodrigo Lara4 ¹ Dentist. Oromaxillofacial Surgeon and Traumatologist and Dental Implant Surgeon. MSc in Dentistry from the School of Dentistry, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Porto Alegre, Brazil. Oromaxillofacial Surgery and Trauma (CTBMF) Service of Santa Casa de Misericórdia Hospital, Sant’Ana do Livramento, Brazil. Professor Specialization in Implant Dentistry at AGOR, Porto Alegre, Brazil. ² Dentist. Orthodontist and Maxillofacial Orthopedic Dentist and Surgeon, Private Practice. ³ Dentist. Dental Implant Surgeon. PhD in Oromaxillofacial Surgery and Trauma. Course Coordinator, Specialization in Implant Dentistry at AGOR, Porto Alegre, Brazil. 4 Dentist. Specialist in Dental Radiology and Private Practice, Sant’Ana do Livramento, Brazil. Introduction: Impacted teeth are a routine finding in orthodontics and oromaxillofacial surgery, particularly impaction of maxillary teeth detected during examination of deciduous teeth and confirmed by radiographs or CT scans. This study describes a new technique for the traction of palatally impacted teeth, a procedure for which technical difficulties are often encountered. Report: A description of a new orthosurgical technique for the traction of palatal impacted teeth. Conclusion: Clinical observations revealed that this novel technique made impacted tooth traction easier, particularly for the treatment of palatally impacted teeth. Keywords: Maxilla; Orthopedic Appliances; Impacted Tooth ...

Diabetic Neuropathy in homeopathy

Research Article of International Journal of Natural Science and Reviews Diabetic Neuropathy in homeopathy Dr Balaji Deekshitulu P V Alternative Medicine (Homeopathy) Physician and Psychologist, Sri Balaji Clinic, Tirupati, A.P, India.cell:8885391722,7207255557. The review article focus on Diabetic neuropathy (DN) refers to symptoms and signs of neuropathy in a patient with diabetes in whom other causes of neuropathy have been excluded. Distal symmetrical neuropathy is the commonest accounting for 75% DN. Asymmetrical neuropathies may involve cranial nerves, thoracic or limb nerves; are of acute onset resulting from ischaemic infarction of vasa nervosa. Asymmetric neuropathies in diabetic patients should be investigated for entrapment neuropathy. Diabetic amyotrophy, initially considered to result from metabolic changes, and later ischaemia, is now attributed to immunological changes.. The homeopathy treatment of autonomic neuropathy is symptomatic. Keywords: Diabetic Neuropathy, homeopathy ...


Review Article of International Journal of Natural Science and Reviews WIDE WARM SURFACE CURRENTS IN MOST OCEANS Kern E. Kenyon 4632 North Lane, Del Mar, USA Since a wide warm surface current, permanently flowing northeast off California, has been documented with all the available data that could be found plus helping to organize the collection of a new set of observations has happened, a search was carried out for a similar circulation feature in other oceans. Very likely there exists a wide warm surface current in the South Pacific moving southeast from the middle of the ocean and impinging on the coast of South America. In the South Atlantic a wide warm surface current appears to go south in the western half of the basin. Contained in the North Atlantic is “the large volume of warm water outside the Gulf Stream drifting north”, which was first described by Maury and confirmed recently by newer measurements. A puzzling SST observation in the northwest Indian Ocean, that in a given year two summers and two winters occur, is explained by a hypothesis that is a bit more complicated than shown by the surface currents in the other oceans. For confirmation more surface and near surface measurements are needed. Keywords: Wide Warm Surface, Most Oceans ...

The principle of substance stability is the driving force of evolution

Review Article of International Journal of Natural Science and Reviews The principle of substance stability is the driving force of evolution Gladyshev G. P. Russian Academy of Arts and N. N. Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Kosygina, 4. The principle of substance stability describes the thermodynamic interactions between hierarchical structures in chemistry and biology. The note contains links of author's recent survey studies published online. Keywords: thermodynamics, hierarchical thermodynamics, principle of substance stability, the origin of life, evolution, aging, thermodynamic theory of aging, Darwinism, thermodynamic dietetics ...

Dr. Indrasena R Kummetha
University of California San Diego (UCSD), Department of Pediatrics, 9500 Gilman Drive, MC 0762, BRF-11, Room NO:2220, San Diego, California, 92093, USA

Dr. Zhiqiang Hou
Senior Research AssociateCenter for Alzheimer’s and Neurodegenerative Diseases,UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX 75390

Dr. Ayman EL Sabagh
Assistant professor, agronomy department, faculty of agriculture, kafresheikh university, Egypt; visiting scientist at Field Crops Department ,Faculty of Agriculture , Cukurova University, Turkey

Dr. Sedat Karadavut
Assistant Professor, Agricultural Structers and İrrigation (Biosystems Engineering), Trakya University/TURKEY

Dr. Harish Mudila
Asst. Professor, Dept. of Chemistry, Faculty of Technology and Sciences, Lovely Professional University

Dr. Deepak Kumar
Assistant Professor, School of Chemical Sciences and Physical Sciences, Lovely Professional University

Dr. Santosh Kumar Jha
Senior Faculty, School of Fashion Leather Accessories Design, Footwear Design & Development Institute (Government of India)

Dr. Kabita Mishra
Senior Research Fellow (Homoeopathy), D.D.P.R.-Central Research Institute for Homoeopathy , (Ministry of A.Y.U.S.H., Government of India)

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Senior Researcher, Department of Surgery, THT-1066, University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Scientist, Regional Research & Technology Transfer Station, (OUAT), Semiliguda

Dr. Abhishek Naik
Area Manager, Technology development department

Dr. Himanshu Kapoor
Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, Lovely Professional University

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