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Onyango, JF, Awange DO, Muthamia JM, Muga BIO.  2009.  Salivary Gland Tumours in Kenya. Abstract

Four hundred and seventeen tumours of salivary glands in Kenya were analysed. There is no evidence ofhig~~r incidence of salivary tumours than in non-African countries. The pattern of distribution 'differed from that of western countries, but in conformity with most African series showed a low proportion of tumours of the parotid gland and high proportion of tumours in the submandibular gland and the palate. The involvement of the palate by salivary gland tumour isvery prominent in the African series and particularly more so in the females. Malignant tumours of the palate and parotid glands were frequent but were lower than those reported in other African series. On the other hand malignant salivary gland tumours of the submandibular glands while lower than those of the western countries, were higher than those of other African series.


l Omondi, B.  2006.  Provision of removable Denture Prosthesis at a University Teaching Hospital in Kenya. Abstract

To compile an audit of removable denture prosthesis fabricated for patients attending a teaching clinic. While the number of prostheses provided may be in conformity with the unit resources clinical notes were found to have significant omissions for which recommendations have been suggested.


Omondi, BI, W GS, Awange DO, Odhiambo WA.  2004.  Prosthodontic Rehabilitation of the Lower Level Midface Following Surgery of Ameloblastoma. Abstract

To determine the range of ablative surgery and rehabilitative procedures performed on maxillofacial structures. DESIGN: A retrospective descriptive study. SETTING: University of Nairobi Dental Teaching Hospital. SUBJECTS: Patients operated on at the institutions theatre, and followed up at the University of Nairobi Dental Teaching Hospital Oral Surgery Outpatient Clinic during the period February 1996, August 1998. RESULTS: Forty four patients underwent ablative surgery during the study period. Complete records were available for 38 patients, 27 females and 11 males aged 10 to 79 years (mean 32.6 years). Surgical procedures performed included: partial mandibulectomy, marginal mandibular resection, subtotal maxillectomy, sequestrectomy and enucleation. Six (15.8%) patients who underwent mandibular resection had rigid bone plating. Five (13.2%) patients who had maxillary involvement were given surgical obturators post-operatively with one receiving a complete denture after full recovery. A total of 22 (57.9%) patients who would have reaped benefits from prostheses therapy received none. Individual patient follow-up periods ranged from seven days for two patients who had cyst enucleation to two years for three cases with ameloblastoma, and two cases with squamous cell carcinoma. CONCLUSION: It is concluded that prosthetic rehabilitation of patients undergoing extensive surgery at the University of Nairobi Dental Teaching Hospital is largely inadequate


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