Ritika Vijayvargiya's research while affiliated with Sumandeep Vidyapeeth University and other places

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Background Identification of sex from skeletal remains is an important tool in forensic science. Mandibular ramus can be used for sex determination either on dry mandible or through orthopantomogram (OPG). Aim To determine the sex from mandibular ramus using digital OPG. Materials and Methods The morphometric analysis was conducted on mandibular...
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Background: Soft palate is an important part of oro-naso-pharyngeal apparatus. The morphometric assessment of soft palate is well-performed on computed tomography (CT). Aim: To evaluate the morphology of soft palate in healthy individuals by using Computed tomography. Materials and methods: The study was conducted on 300 healthy voluntary part...
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Calcifying epithelial odontogenic tumor (CEOT) is a locally aggressive, rare benign odontogenic neoplasm that accounts for <1% of all odontogenic tumors. It was first described by a Dutch pathologist Jens Jorgen Pindborg in 1955. It is most often located in the posterior mandible. The tumor usually appears between the second and sixth decade of lif...

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... The most studies by far were undertaken by Indian researchers on contemporary populations, as shown in Tables 1-3 [17,18,24,33,44,61,63,66,68,[70][71][72][75][76][77][78]80,81,84,[89][90][91]96]. With regard to European populations, Greek studies seem to be more frequent [10,93,94,99], but there are also British [11,12], Portuguese [52,53], Spanish [54], Croatian [4,56], Bosnian [16], Italian [62] and Czech [97,99] studies, a study concerning Caucasians in general [19] and one concerning South Africans of European descent [95]. ...
... 26,27 Thus, the identification of any clinical association between velar shape and its effect on the development of speech, language, and phonetics in general, may provide a path towards correction of such disorders. Multiple studies have analyzed anthropological features of the soft palate in diverse age-groups using a plethora of radiological devices, from computed tomography to MRI. [28][29][30] Although three-dimensional imaging like CT, CBCT, and MRI may provide better dimensional accuracy, cephalometric analysis remains a feasible and effective modality for analysis of soft tissue in the neck and has shown correlation with more advanced imaging. 31,32 More research is needed to understand the therapeutic implications of the velar form and whether anatomical variables influence the velar shape. ...
... This rate is often quoted in recent literature, and newer reports confirm the recurrence to be in a similar range (12.6-15%) [7,15]. No prospective studies have been conducted, and the recurrence rate post en bloc resection is unknown [8,16,17]. In a review of 339 CEOT cases reported in the literature, Chrcanovic et al. report recurrence rates of 12.6% for all CEOT lesion types, 18.8% for peripheral lesions, 11.6% for central lesions, 10.7% for clear cell variant lesions, 0% for Langerhans cell-rich variant lesions, and 42.9% in cases with known malignant transformation [7]. ...