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Master Thesis

Proposition d'une nouvelle classification des lésions cervicales pour une amélioration de la prise en charge des patients

Abstract : Cervical lesions are common and their prevalence appears to be increasing. This accentuation is explained by greater functional longevity of the dental organ as well as changes in modern lifestyle. We have observed in the literature several classifications of caries lesions and wear lesions. However, it should be noted the lack of clinical and visual classification of cervical lesions. The new classification proposed in this work aims to redress this lack of information. This classification of carious and non-carious cervical lesions is based on their visual clinical appearance and their histological extent. A management cycle of these lesions is also propo-sed. The point of this study is to provide a standardized method in order to uniform and improve the detection, diagnosis and overall management of cervical lesions.
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Alix Rion. Proposition d'une nouvelle classification des lésions cervicales pour une amélioration de la prise en charge des patients. Chirurgie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03566517⟩

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