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2014

• Nderitu J, Butt f, SH.  2014.  Variations in Emergence and course of the inferior Palpebral nerve.. Craniomaxillofac Trauma and Reconstruction . In press(In Press):inPress.

2013

Butt, F, Mandela P, Munguti J.  2013.  Sex differences in the cranial and orbital indices for a black Kenyan population. Abstract

Craniometric parameters including cranial and orbital indices have been employed to determine the sex of a person in forensic medicine. These parameters are usually population specific. However, they have not been documented for a black Kenyan population. This study aimed at calculating the sex differences in the cranial and orbital indices. The cranial vault height, glabellomaximal length and orbital height and length were measured from 150 crania (80 male and 70 female) using a sliding vernier caliper. Cranial and orbital indices were calculated and the results were analyzed. The cranial index was 71.04 for the male and 72.37 for the female (P=0.095). The orbital index was 82.57 and 83.48 for the male and female, respectively (P=0.472). From these results, although the cranial and orbital indices are within range of previously reported values for an African population, they cannot be used independently in sexing of black Kenyan crania

Larry Wangai, Pamela Mandela, FBKO.  2013.  MORPHOLOGY OF THE MANDIBULAR CONDYLE IN A KENYAN POPULATION. Anat Journal of Africa. 1(2):70-79.larrymandible_2013.pdf
Larry Wangai, Pamela Mandela, FBKO.  2013.  MORPHOLOGY OF THE MANDIBULAR CONDYLE IN A KENYAN POPULATION. Anat Journal of Africa. 2(1):70-79.larrymandible_2013.pdf
Shah K, Butt FMA, DIEA.  2013.  Calcifying Epithelial Odontogenic tumour: Pindborg Tumour. Anat Journal of Africa. 2:135-136.pindborg_2013.pdf
Benjamin N. Simiyu*, Fawzia Butt, EDEWDASGPSAGOW.  2013.  Keratocystic odontogenic tumours of the jaws and associated pathologies: A 10-year clinicopathologic audit in a referral teaching hospital in Kenyaq. Journal of Cranio-Maxillo-Facial Surgery. 41:230-234.kcot_published_edition.pdf

2012

Fawzia M. Afrid Butt1*, Julius Ogengo1, JB2 MC3 ED4 EW5LAO.  2012.  A 19-year audit of benign jaw tumours and tumour-like lesions in a teaching hospital in Nairobi, Kenya. Open Journal of Stomatology. 2:54-59.benign_tumours_2012.pdf
Jyoti Bahra, Fawzia Butt*, EDFM.  2012.  Patterns of salivary tumours at a university teaching hospital in Kenya. Open Journal of Stomatology. n/a(2):280-285.sgt_2012.pdf
F M A BUTT, M L CHINDIA, RANAF.  2012.  Oral squamous cell carcinoma in human immunodeficiency virus positive patients: clinicopathological audit. The Journal of Laryngology & Otology. n/a(126):276-278.scca_2012_butt.pdf
F M A BUTT, M L CHINDIA, RANAF.  2012.  Oral squamous cell carcinoma in human immunodeficiency virus positive patients: clinicopathological audit. The Journal of Laryngology & Otology. n/a(126):276-278.scca_2012_butt.pdf
MANDELA, DRIDENYAPAMELA, BUTT DRFAWZIAMOHAMEDA.  2012.  Referencing orbital measures for surgical and cosmetic procedures.. Anatomy Journal of Africa 1(1): 40-45. : Anatomy Journal of Africa Abstract
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MANDELA, DRIDENYAPAMELA, BUTT DRFAWZIAMOHAMEDA.  2012.  Horizontal angle of inclination of the mandibular condyle in a Kenyan population.. Anatomy Journal of Africa 1(1): 46-49. : Anatomy Journal of Africa 1(1): 46-49 Abstract
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2011

Fawzia M.A. Butt, BDS, FDSRCSMDS-OMFSSWGBDSMMEDSDOMSFCSFIAOMSPNBDSMDSPD* Þ.  2011.  One-Stage Treatment of Acquired Facial Deformity Caused by Severe Unilateral Condylar Hyperplasia: A Case Report. Journal of Craniofacial Surgery. 22:5.accepted_cmj_2011.pdf
Fawzia M.A. Butt, BDS, FDSRCSMDS-OMFSSWGBDSMMEDSDOMSFCSFIAOMSPNBDSMDSPD* Þ.  2011.  One-Stage Treatment of Acquired Facial Deformity Caused by Severe Unilateral Condylar Hyperplasia: A Case Report. Journal of Craniofacial Surgery. 22:5.accepted_cmj_2011.pdf
and Fawzia M. A. Butt, BDS(UoN), FDSRCS(ENG) MDS-OMFS(UN) JO’o BS(UN) MBCBPD(UN) JBBDS(UN)* *.  2011.  Pattern of Odontogenic and Nonodontogenic Cysts. Journal of Craniofacial Surgery. 22:2160-2162.nonodontogenic_cyst_and_odontogenic_cyst_2011.pdf

2010

Butt F, Moshi J, CM.  2010.  Xeroderma pigmentosum: a review and case series. Journal of Cranio-Maxillo-Facial Surgery. 38(N/a):534-537.xp__oct_2010.pdf
BUTT, DRFAWZIAMOHAMEDA.  2010.  Awareness and Experience of needle stick injuries among Dental Students at the University of Nairobi, Dental Hospital. E Afr Med J 2010; 87:38-41. East Afr Med J. 2001 Jul;78(7 Suppl):S43-7.. : The East and Central African Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Abstract
OBJECTIVE: To review the clinical presentation and management of children with nephroplastoma and the factors influencing the outcome at Kenyatta National Referral and Teaching Hospital (KNH). DESIGN: This was a retrospective case series study based on secondary data accumulated between 1990 and 1996. SETTING: The relevant data were extracted from records of all children aged 12 years and below, admitted for cancer at KNH, Nairobi. RESULTS: Out of 803 children with cancer, 71 (8.8%) had histologically proven nephroblastoma. At presentation, 1.5% were in stage I, 13.2% stage II, 36.8% stage III, 41.2% stage IV and 7.4% stage V. Eighty five per cent presented with stage III-V disease. Ninety five per cent had nepherectomy and received chemotherapy. Radiotherapy was given to 50.7% of the patients. Nine patients died before commencement of chemotherapy, two of whom died in the immediate post-operative period. The median duration between admission and surgery was 41 days. Pre-operative chemotherapy was given to 42% of the patients. Approximately 25.5% of the patients received little or no induction chemotherapy due to unavailability of drugs while only 2.8% received the prescribed maintenance treatment with the remainder getting erratic or no treatment. Overall, only 34.7% remained disease free two years from time of diagnosis. CONCLUSION: Late presentation, poor availability of cytotoxic drugs and frequent treatment interruptions for various reasons have contributed to the poor outcome of nephroblastoma in Kenya.
BUTT, DRFAWZIAMOHAMEDA.  2010.  An Audit of ranulae occurung with the Human immunodeficiency virus infection. J. Oral. Maxillofacial. Path. 2010; 14:33-35.. East Afr Med J. 2001 Jul;78(7 Suppl):S43-7.. : The East and Central African Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Abstract
OBJECTIVE: To review the clinical presentation and management of children with nephroplastoma and the factors influencing the outcome at Kenyatta National Referral and Teaching Hospital (KNH). DESIGN: This was a retrospective case series study based on secondary data accumulated between 1990 and 1996. SETTING: The relevant data were extracted from records of all children aged 12 years and below, admitted for cancer at KNH, Nairobi. RESULTS: Out of 803 children with cancer, 71 (8.8%) had histologically proven nephroblastoma. At presentation, 1.5% were in stage I, 13.2% stage II, 36.8% stage III, 41.2% stage IV and 7.4% stage V. Eighty five per cent presented with stage III-V disease. Ninety five per cent had nepherectomy and received chemotherapy. Radiotherapy was given to 50.7% of the patients. Nine patients died before commencement of chemotherapy, two of whom died in the immediate post-operative period. The median duration between admission and surgery was 41 days. Pre-operative chemotherapy was given to 42% of the patients. Approximately 25.5% of the patients received little or no induction chemotherapy due to unavailability of drugs while only 2.8% received the prescribed maintenance treatment with the remainder getting erratic or no treatment. Overall, only 34.7% remained disease free two years from time of diagnosis. CONCLUSION: Late presentation, poor availability of cytotoxic drugs and frequent treatment interruptions for various reasons have contributed to the poor outcome of nephroblastoma in Kenya.

2009

and F. M. A. BUTT, Lecturer, BDS(UN) FDSRCS(E) MDS-OMFS(UN)1 GUTHUAPDBDS(UN) MMEDS(H)SW.  2009.  Early outcome of three cases of melanotic neuroectodermal tumour of infancy. Journal of Cranio-Maxillofacial Surgery. 37:434-437.dec_progonoma_2009.pdf

2008

F. M. A. Butt, M. L. Chindia, RMFFG.  2008.  Pattern of head and neck malignant neoplasms in HIVinfected patients in Kenya. Int. J. Oral Maxillofac. Surg. 37:907-911.head_and_neck_maniferstations_of_hiv_2008.pdf

2007

Butt FMA, Chindia ML, W.  2007.  Problems in diagnosing Odontognic Myxoma: A case report. EAMJ. 84(3):141-145.odontogenic_myxoma_2007.pdf

2001

Butt FMA, Chindia ML, VVPMK.  2001.  Oral manifestations in a Kenyan Provincial Hospital. EAMJ. 78(8):398-401.oral_manifestations_2001.pdf

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