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GOSS 2022: Recording

GOSS 2022: Recording

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These recordings from the 2002 Glasgow Oral Surgery Symposium focus on the management of benign odontogenic tumours of the jaws. We have gathered 5 specialists nationwide who present strategies on current management including diagnosis, investigations, surgical advances, bone preservation and minimising complications.

Lectures cover:
  • Radiological interpretation including the use of advanced imaging such as CBCT/CT/MRI
  • The role of conservative and radical treatment options
  • The value of a pathologist’s input in surgical decision making 
  • Management of large lesions with minimal resources or for secondary reconstruction
There are similarities in both the clinical and radiological aspects of benign lesions and it is important for the primary care practitioner to identify them early, to be able to refer them to secondary care and for secondary care to organise an appropriate investigation and intervention, producing a predictable surgical outcome on this cohort of patients. The aim of the day is to improve the understanding of the pathology amongst clinicians to choose the appropriate treatment option and subsequent follow-up.


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