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Apport du chorion et du chorion associé à l'amnion en chirurgie orale : une revue systématique de la littérature

Abstract : Oral surgeons are often faced with mucous and bone substance loss in the oral cavity. Thanks to their biological properties, using chorion and amnion/chorion could be an alternative to current techniques to avoid tissue loss in oral surgery. The goal of this study was to review chorion and amnion/chorion clinical applications in oral surgery. A systematic review of the literature was conducted with Pubmed and Scopus databases. Clinical studies dealing with chorion or amnion/chorion membrane use for substance loss in oral cavity were included; while studies using the amnion without chorion were excluded. The research identified 21 studies conducted on human patients. Periodontal surgery, preimplant and implant surgery, maxillary sinus membrane repair and reconstruction of mandibular defect after tumor resection were identified as clinical applications. Chorion and amnion/chorion properties for tissue healing makes it essential in the oral surgery field. Their biological and mechanical properties give them many clinical perspectives. However, other studies with higher level of proof are needed to clearly establish their contribution in this field.
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Sarah Gulameabasse. Apport du chorion et du chorion associé à l'amnion en chirurgie orale : une revue systématique de la littérature. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02408731⟩



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