ORAI1 fuels oral cancers—and may provide promising therapeutic target
Oral pathology 26 September 2023
The habit of smoking cigarettes has been associated with health problems for some time now, especially with regards to the link with diseases related to the...
Oral pathology 28 September 2023
In a new paper published by iScience, antibodies extracted from 800-year-old medieval human teeth were found to be stable and still able to recognize viral proteins.
Oral pathology 06 September 2023
Lymphomas of parapharyngeal space often have complex manifestations, posing a diagnostic dilemma for clinicians.
Oral pathology 08 August 2023
By NYU News
Lacruz and his team, supported by a grant from the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research and the National Institutes of Health’s INCLUDE project, will study salivary gland and...
Since the worldwide spread of SARS-CoV-2 infection, treating taste and saliva secretory disorders associated with COVID-19 has become a critical issue.
Vaccine technology has evolved continuously since its beginning, and mucosal vaccination, including intranasal, sublingual and oral administrations, has recently gained great scientific interest.
Researchers at the Francis Crick Institute have identified three 4,000-year-old British cases of Yersinia pestis, the bacteria causing the plague. This is the oldest evidence of the plague in Britain...
Oral pathology 26 May 2023
By Columbia University CDM News
Dr. Fatemeh Momen-Heravi, DDS, an associate professor at the Columbia University College of Dental Medicine, has identified a number of genomic alterations and molecular signatures in head and neck...
A significant increase in the incidence of scarlet fever, mainly in Europe, has been noted during the COVID-19 postpandemic period.
Oral pathology 13 April 2023
Oral pathology 31 March 2023
The OSA Well-being Scale (OWS) is a questionnaire created to quantify the state of malaise of the apneic patient with a mathematical number.
By Anita M. Mark
Several factors put you at risk of developing head or neck cancer. Some risks you cannot control, like age and sex. These cancers are more common after the age of 35 years and are twice as likely to...
By Patrick Monahan, University of Pittsburgh News
The work builds on Mariana Bezamat’s doctoral research, which found that people with a variant of a particular gene, ERN1, were more likely to have certain kinds of dental diseases.
Oral pathology 03 March 2023
Oral pathology 17 February 2023
The term ligneous is defined as made of, consisting of, or resembling wood. Few cases of ligneous disease have been described in the literature.