Guthua, SW, Kamau M, ABINYA N.  2020.  Management of Maxillofacial of Osteosarcomas in Kenya: A case Series.. The Annals of African Surgery. 17 (1)


Guthua, SW, Kamau MW, NGANGA P.  2019.  Maxillary Alveolar cleft grafting in cleft lip and palate: Options of bone graft and soft tissue coverage.. Kenya Dental Association Journal.
Guthua, SW, Kamau MW, ABINYA N, Khainga S.  2019.  Management of Maxillofacial Osteosarcomas: A Kenyan experience (case series).. Annuals of African Surgery Journal.
NDUNG’U, GM, Odhiambo WA, Guthua SW, Onyango JF.  2019.  Paediatric Craniomaxillofacial Trauma at the Kenyatta National Referral and Teaching Hospital in Nairobi, Kenya: A 6-months study of Occurrence Pattern.. African Journal of Oral Health Sciences. 2 (6):14–20.


THUKU, FM, Butt F, Guthua SW, Chindia M.  2018.  An Anatomic study of the Facial Nerve Trunk and Branching Pattern in an African population.. J. CranioMaxillofacial Trauma and Reconstruction Open (CMTR Open 2018). :e31–e37.


NGUYAI, CM, OGALO JP, Guthua SW, Odhiambo WA, Butt FM.  2017.  The potential of using 3D Printed Specific Models in Reconstructive Surgery of the Mandible.. Afr. Journal of Oral Health Sciences (AJOHS). (1) 5:7–10.
GT, AROTIBA, J HILLE, Guthua SW, H ADEOLA, W ODHIAMBO.  2017.  Ameloblastoma in Black Africans the Need for Multi-National Collaborative Research.. JSM Dent Surg. 2(2):10-14.


Guthua, SW, MW KAMAU.  2016.  Debilitating Lymphangiomatous Macroglossia –a case report:. Journal of the Kenya Dental Association. 7 (3):425–429.
Butt, FMA, Guthua SW, Waweru W, Kiarie G.  2016.  Lung Bronchogenic Carcinoma in the mandible: A rare metastasis.. The Annals of African Surgery. 13 (1):32–35.
Guthua, SW, Kamau MW, F.G MACIGO.  2016.  Severe Cranio-Maxillofacial injuries caused by wild animals in Kenya (case series).. African Journal of OralHealth Sciences (2016). vol. 2 (3):11–14.


Kirimi, J, KENYANYA A, Guthua SW.  2015.  Isn’t the football stupid: A knife stab through the Mandible – a case report. International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.
Kirimi, J, Guthua SW, DIMBA EOA, OMONDI B, KOTA D.  2015.  KOTA, D. Stage IV Oral Malignant Melanoma: a case report and literature review. International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.
M, K, M M, S G, F M.  2015.  Orbito-Maxillofacial Cutaneous Anthrax. The Annals of African Surgery. 12(2):100-103.




W., GS, F.G. M, M. OT, A. WK.  2011.  Combined Modality Approach in the management of Oral and Circumoral Haemangiomas with emphasis on the use of Absolute Ethyl Alcohol.. AbstractWebsite

Although various modalities of treatment of haemangiomas including embolic therapy have been proposed, consideration of cost and technological requirements suggest that cheaper methods with less technological re-quirements need to be developed for use particularly in developing countries. The study objective was to de¬scribe the pattern of circumoral haemangiomas and explore the possible role of absolute ethyl alcohol in their management. It was a prospective study using hospital based study group at the University of Nairobi teaching and referral Dental Hospital. Of the 25 cases (24 females, 1 male) on follow-up, 68% had carvemous while 20% had capillary haemangiomas. The majority of the haem angiomas ranged in size from 2cm 2 - 31.5cm2. The lower lip was the most frequently affected (52%). None of the cases underwent spontaneous involution even after 10 years of follow-up. After intra lesions administration of alcohol, 3 cases of carvenous haeman¬gioma measuring 2cm2 and none of the capillary type underwent complete resolution. Other benefits of ethyl alcohol included better localization of the lesion and negligible intra and post operative haemorrhage for cases requiring surgery. Although pain and swelling for a few days were recorded in all cases and superficial tissue necrosis in two cases, there were no major alcohol-related complications. Therefore, Intra-lesion administra¬tion of absolute ethyl alcohol appears to be effective adjuvant to surgery and in addition may result in com¬plete resolution of small cavernous types of lesion. Spontaneous resolution of haemangiomas is not common in our set-up.



Butt, FMA, W. GS, Chindia ML, Rana F, M. OT.  2009.  Early outcome of three cases of Melanotic Neuroectodermal of infancy.. journal of Cranio-maxillofacial Surg..
Awange, D, A. WK, Onyango JF, Chindia ML, Dimba EAO, W. GS.  2009.  Reactive Localised Inflamatory Hyperplasia of the Oral Mucosa. East African Medical journal.


Chindia, ML, Dimba EAO, J. M, A. L, J.G O, S.W. G.  2008.  Synchronous Occurence of Ossifying Fibroma of the Mandible and Maxilla.
Odhiambo, WA, Guthua SW, Chindia ML, F.G. M.  2008.  Patttern and clinical characteristics of Firearm Injuries.
Odhiambo, WA, W. GS, Chindia ML, F.G. M.  2008.  Firearm Injuries seen in a major Urban hospital in Kenya over a two year period..
Guthua, SW, Odhiambo WA.  2008.  Non-War Related Gunshot Injuries.
Guthua, SW, Odhiambo WA.  2008.  Gunshot Injuries in Maxillofacial Region.
Odhiambo, WA, Guthua SW, Chindia ML, F.G. M.  2008.  A two-Year Audit of the Occurrence and characteristic of cranio-Maxillofacial Firearm injuries at a Major Teaching Hospital in Nairobi. Afr. journal of Oral Health Schience.

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