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TitlePublished onAuthor
Dental radiograph as an opportunistic screening tool for a colorectal cancer syndrome (CAT#3342)11/16/2018Camila Pacheco-Pereira
MRI Has Greater Diagnostic Value for the Detection of Head and Neck Cancers Than Other Imaging Modalities Such as CT or CBCT (CAT#3292)11/20/2017Rana Sharaf, B.D.S
Dental Implant Placement Is Contraindicated in Patients Receiving Intravenous Bisphosphonate Treatment (CAT#3238)04/21/2017Madeline Rodriguez
Increased Prevalence of Oral HPV in Saliva of Women with HPV-Positive Cervical Lesions (CAT#3211)04/13/2017Britta Salinas
In Adults, Transitioning from Cigarette Usage to Smokeless Tobacco Will Not Decrease the Likelihood of Oral Cancer Development (CAT#3188)03/31/2017Ninfa Yaritza Galvan
Oral Cryotherapy Reduces the Prevalence of Oral Mucositis in Adults Receiving Chemotherapy (CAT#3029)03/23/2016Kyle Gross
Salivary Biomarkers Are An Effective Method Of Detecting Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma (CAT#3024)03/22/2016Victoria Ruiz
The Use of Casein Phosphopeptide Amorphous Calcium Phosphate Fluoride (CPP-ACPF) Products Can Improve The Salivary Rate And Buffer Capacity in Patients Undergoing Chemotherapy Treatment (CAT#3013)03/17/2016Carlos Humberto Chapa
Inconclusive Evidence Supporting a Significant Correlation Between Periodontal Disease and Tooth Loss with Esophageal Cancer Risk (CAT#3057)03/15/2016Tyler Orn
Is There a Link Between Periodontal Disease and Oropharyngeal Cancer? (CAT#2997)03/06/2016Zachary Parker
Limited Evidence Suggests Oral Health Providers Should Observe Caution When Treating Post-Menopausal Women Taking Aromatase Inhibitor (AI) Drugs or Estrogen Modulating Agents (CAT#2949)11/09/2015Isaac Morton, DMD
Use of Chlorhexidine Prophylaxis in Preventing Oral Mucositis for Pediatric Cancer Patients (CAT#2960)10/27/2015Haifa Alkhodier, BDS
Antioxidants Play a Preventative Role in Patients At-Risk for Oral Cancer (CAT#2621)03/22/2014Allie Cearley
Autofluorescence in the Early Detection of Oral Carcinoma (CAT#2550)08/06/2013Francisco Gallardo
ViziLite Plus TBlue System is Not a Replacement for Comprehensive Oral Screening Examinations with Surgical Biopsy/Definitive Histopathology (CAT#2523)08/03/2013Erin Wyrick
Low level Evidence about Tea Consumption and Oral Cancer Incidence (CAT#2491)07/11/2013Christopher Alex Louie
Alcohol Consumption Increases the Incidence of Oral and Pharyngeal Cancer (CAT#2509)07/05/2013John Waite
Exposure to Secondhand Tobacco Smoke Increases The Risk Of Developing Oral Cancer (CAT#2374)03/11/2013Mabel Macaden
Coffee Drinkers May be at a Lower Risk of Getting Oral Cancers (CAT#2384)02/28/2013Puja J. Bhakta
Low-Level Laser Therapy Reduces The Frequency Of Radiotherapy-Induced Oral Mucositis Occurrences More Than Diligent Oral Hygiene Alone (CAT#2399)02/27/2013Warrin Witten
Oral Cancer Risk Is Higher If Betel Nuts Are Chewed With Tobacco Compared To Chewing Betel Nuts Without Tobacco (CAT#2224)04/26/2012Devish H. Patel
Fentanyl Pectin Nasal Spray Reduced Oral-Cancer Related Pain (CAT#2270)04/19/2012Marisol Kusbel
Fibroblast Growth Factor, Palifermin, May Reduce Incidence Of Oral Mucositis In Head And Neck Cancer Patients Undergoing Radiochemotherapy Treatment (CAT#2284)04/19/2012Matthew Simmons
Patients Undergoing Chemotherapy And/or Radiotherapy Are At A Greater Risk Than Healthy Controls For Caries, DMFT, Plaque Index Increase And Gingival Index increase. (CAT#2223)04/13/2012Stacey Carawan
ViziLite As An Aid To Oral Cancer Detection and Diagnosis (CAT#2195)04/13/2012B. John Nikmard
OralCDx Brush Test Should Not Replace Surgical Biopsy in Oral Cancer Examinations (CAT#2194)04/05/2012Shane Juber
VELscope Is Not Able To Identify Pre-Cancerous And Cancerous Oral Lesions (CAT#2134)09/30/2011Miriam Robins, DDS
Endothelin-1 Concentration is Related to Pain Threshold in a Cancer Pain Mouse Model (CAT#592)04/01/2010Jennifer Adicks
Inconclusive Evidence on Causal Relationship Between Alcohol-Containing Mouthwash and Oropharyngeal Cancer (CAT#548)03/29/2010Starr Morgan Mayen
In the Primary Care Setting, the Value of Adjunctive Aids for Oral Cancer Examinations Remains Unanswered (CAT#265)11/11/2009Deana Cook, DDS, MS