Volume 2 Issue 1 - 2021

Short Communication

Celiac Disease from Dentist Perspective

Sibel Acar Ezberci*

Celiac disease is an immunological responsiveness to ingested gluten contained wheat, rye and barley in genetically susceptible individuals. The disease shows non gastrointestinal symptoms as well as gastrointestinal symptoms. Oral manifestations like dental enamel defects and recurrent aphthous stomatitis are common non gastrointestinal symptoms. So dentists must pay attention for these symptoms and may play an important role on early diagnosis of celiac disease.

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Research article

Quadraplegia: A Rare Complication Associated with Cricotracheal and Tracheal Resection

Jennifer F. Ha* and Glenn E. Green

Introduction: Cricotracheal resections and tracheal resections are highly successful procedures for the treatment of severe airway pathology including high-grade stenoses.

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