Kystes Dentigerous

Des kystes Dentigerous sont également mentionnés comme des kystes folliculaires du maxillaire (FCJ) et ils sont les plus courants de tous les kystes non-inflammatoires de maxillaire. Ce sont des kystes bénins et de croissance lente on pense que qui sont de développement en nature.

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Last Updated: Feb 26, 2019

Dr. Damien Jonas Wilson

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Dr. Damien Jonas Wilson is a medical doctor from St. Martin in the Carribean. He was awarded his Medical Degree (MD) from the University of Zagreb Teaching Hospital. His training in general medicine and surgery compliments his degree in biomolecular engineering (BASc.Eng.) from Utrecht, the Netherlands. During this degree, he completed a dissertation in the field of oncology at the Harvard Medical School/ Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Wilson currently works in the UK as a medical practitioner.

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