Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery- Staff Publications

 

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  • Genome-Wide Association Study of Non-syndromic Orofacial Clefts in a Multiethnic Sample of Families and Controls Identifies Novel Regions. 

    Mukhopadhyay, N.; Feingold, E.; Moreno-Uribe, L.; Wehby, G.; Valencia-Ramirez, L.C.; Muneton, C.R.; Padilla, C.; Deleyiannis, F.; Christensen, K.; Poletta, F.; Orioli, I.; Hecht, J.T.; Buxo, C.; Butali, A.; Adeyemo, W.L.; Vieira, A.; Shaffer, J.R.; Murray, J.; Weinberg, S.M.; Leslie, E.; Marazita, M.L. (Frontiers, 2021-04-09)
    Orofacial clefts (OFCs) are among the most prevalent craniofacial birth defects worldwide and create a significant public health burden. The majority of OFCs are non-syndromic and vary in prevalence by ethnicity. Africans ...
  • Dental Caries Severity and Nutritional Status of Nigerian Preschool Children 

    Olatosi, O.O.; Alade, A.A.; Naicker, T.; Busch, T.; Oyapero, A.; Li, M.; Pape, J.; Olotu, J.; Awotoye, W.; Hassan, M.; Adeleke, C.; Adeyemo, W.L.; Shaffer, J.; Marazita, M.L.; Azeez, B. (Sage Publishing, 2021-03-25)
    Introduction: Malnutrition in children is one of the most prevalent global health challenges, and malnourished children have a higher risk of death from childhood diseases. Early childhood caries (ECC) is the most common ...
  • Comparing the treatment outcomes of absorbable sutures, non-absorbable sutures and tissue adhesives in cleft lip repair – A systematic review. 

    Egbunah, U.P.; Adamson, O.O.; Fashina, A.A.; Adekunle, A.A.; James, O.; Adeyemo, W.L. (Sage Publishing, 2021-03-03)
    Comparing the Treatment Outcomes of Absorbable Sutures, Nonabsorbable Sutures, and Tissue Adhesives in Cleft Lip Repair: A Systematic Review. https://doi.org/10.1177/1055665621996107. Abstract Objectives: To examine ...
  • Ivermectin shows clinical benefits in mild to moderate COVID-19: A randomised controlled double-blind dose-response study in Lagos. 

    Babalola, O.E.; Bode, C.O.; Ajayi, A.A.; Alakaloko, F.M.; Akase, I.E.; Otrofanowei, E.; Salu, O.B.; Adeyemo, W.L.; Ademuyiwa, A.O.; Omilabu, S. (Oxford Academics, 2021-02-18)
    Introduction In vitro studies have shown the efficacy of Ivermectin (IV) to inhibit the SARS - CoV- 2 viral replication, but questions remained as to In-vivo applications. We set out to explore the efficacy and safety of ...
  • Does the Initial Width of Cleft Lip Play a Role in the Occurrence of Immediate Local Complications Following Primary Cleft Lip Repairs? 

    Amoo, A.T.; James, O.; Adeyemi, M.O.; Taiwo, A.O.; Adeyemo, W.L. (Wolters Kluwer, 2021-02-12)
    Abstract Objective: Among the several factors implicated in the occurrence of local surgical site complications following cleft lip repair is the initial width of the cleft. The aim of the study was to examine the effect ...
  • How does Octyl –2- cyanoacrylate tissue adhesive compare with prolene sutures in cleft lip repair? 

    James, O.; Adekunle, A.A.; Adeyemo, W.L. (Elsevier, 2021-01-29)
    Purpose Comparative evidence of the usefulness of octyl-2-cyanoacrylate tissue adhesive in cleft lip epidermal skin closure especially in Africans is still lacking. This study aimed to compare the outcome of wound healing ...
  • Management of Oro-facial Cleft in Nigeria: Review of One Centre Experience. 

    James, O.; Adekunle, A.A.; Adamson, O.O.; Agbogidi, O.F.; Adeyemo, W.L.; Butali, A.; Ladeinde, A.L.; Ogunlewe, M.O. (Wolters Kluwer - Medknow, 2020-12-23)
    Introduction: Orofacial clefts (OFCs) are among the most common craniofacial developmental abnormalities worldwide and a significant cause of childhood morbidity and mortality. This study aimed to identify patterns of ...
  • Parents of Children with Non-syndromic Orofacial Clefting Show Altered Palate Shape. 

    El Sergani, A.M.; Brandebura, S.; Padilla, C.; Butali, A.; Adeyemo, W.L.; Valencia-Ramírez, C.; Muñeton, C.P.R.; Moreno, L.M.; Buxo, C.J; Long, R.E.; Neiswanger, K.; Shaffer, J.R.; Marazita, M.L.; Weinberg, S.M. (Sage Publishing, 2020-10-28)
    Objective: The unaffected relatives of individuals with nonsyndromic orofacial clefts have been shown to exhibit subtle craniofacial differences compared with the general population. Here, we investigate whether these ...
  • Risks of congenital cardiovascular anomalies in patients with non-syndromic orofacial cleft: A preliminary case-control study 

    James, O.; Erinoso, O.A.; Adamson, O.O.; Sokunbi, O.J.; Agbogidi, F.O.; Adekunle, A.A.; Ogunlewe, A.O.; Ekure, E.N.; Adeyemo, W.L.; Ladeinde, A.L.; Ogunlewe, M.O. (Wolters Kluwer - Medknow, 2020-11-21)
    Background: Orofacial clefts (OCs) are one of the most common craniofacial anomalies and are reported to be associated with congenital cardiovascular anomalies (CCAs). However, there is paucity of data in African populations ...
  • Oral habits in children with orofacial clefts: A comparative study 

    Isiekwe, I.G.; Ligali, T.O.; Abdullahi, M.A.S.; Adeyemo, W.L. (Sage Publishing, 2020-11-11)
    Background and aim: Children with cleft lip and palate present with a wide range of dental and occlusal anomalies as a result of the cleft defect. These patients also present with oral habits which may affect their quality ...
  • Prevalence of Torus Palatinus and Association with Dental Arch Shape in a Multi-ethnic Cohort. 

    El Sergani, A.M.; Anderton, J.; Brandebura, S.; Obniski, M.; Ginart, M.T.; Ginart, M.T.; Padilla, C.; Butali, A.; Adeyemo, W.L.; Long, R.E.; Moreno, L.M.; Marazita, M.L.; Weinberg, S.M. (Schweizerbart Scientific Publishers, 2020-11-15)
    Objectives: Torus Palatinus (TP) is a bony projection located on the oral surface of the hard palate. The trait is typically benign, has an unknown etiology, and varies widely in phenotypic expression. Prior studies suggest ...
  • An unusual aetiology of maxillofacial injury: A case report 

    Ogunlewe, M.O.; Adeyemo, W.L.; Ladeinde, A.L.; Olojede, A.C.O (Nig Med Pract, 2008-06-01)
    Maxillofacial injuries due to variety of causes are not uncommon in Nigeria. Review of the published medical literature from Nigeria reveals that road traffic crashes, assault, falls, animal attacks, sport and industrial ...
  • Parental age and the risk of cleft lip and palate in a Nigerian population: A case–control study. 

    James, O.; Erinoso, O.A.; Ogunlewe, A.O.; Adeyemo, W.L.; Ladeinde, A.L.; Ogunlewe, M.O. (Wolters Kluwer - Medknow, 2020-08-31)
    Background: Orofacial clefts are one of the most common congenital malformations in the facial region. Hypothesis: Older maternal or paternal age presents higher odds of a child with an orofacial cleft. Objective: The ...
  • Broken Dental Needle During Administration of Inferior Alveolar Nerve Block: a Case Report and Review of Literature. 

    Adeyemi, M.F.; Ibraheem, G.H.; Ernest, M.A.; Adeyemo, W.L.; Ernest, S.K. (College of Health Sciences University of Ilorin, 2015-07-01)
    Administration of local anaesthesia using dental needles is a daily routine in dental clinic which is rarely accompanied with complications. We therefore present a 7 year old patient with accidental broken dental needle ...
  • A Preprogram Appraisal of Factors Influencing Research Productivity among Faculty at College of Medicine, University of Lagos 

    Ogunsola, F.T.; Odukoya, O.O.; Banigbe, B.; Caleb-Adepoju, S.O.; Folarin, O.; Afolabi, B.B.; Okubadejo, N.U.; Adeyemo, W.L.; Akanmu, A.S.; Osuntoki, A.; Okonkwo, P.; Murphy, R.; Kanki, P. (Wolters Kluwer, 2020-06-03)
    Background: A defining feature of any university is its dedication to scholarly activities, leading to the generation of knowledge and ideas Research productivity is a measure of achievement of a scholar. The number of ...
  • Psychological Distress Before and After Surgical Resection of Benign Orofacial Tumors: A Prospective Study 

    Fashina, A.A.; Aina, O.F.; Adeyemo, W.L.; Ladeinde, A.L. (Elsevier, 2020-04-15)
    Purpose: We evaluated the presence and level of psychological distress in patients before and after resection of benign orofacial tumors and identified the variables associated with this psychological distress. Materials ...
  • Non‐random distribution of deleterious mutations in the DNA and protein‐binding domains of IRF6 are associated with Van Der Woude syndrome 

    Alade, A.A.; Buxo‐Martinez, C.J.; Mossey, P.A.; Gowans, L.J.J.; Eshete, M.A.; Adeyemo, W.L.; Naiker, T.; Awotoye, W.A.; Adeleke, C.; Busch, T.; Torano, A.M.; Bello, C.A.; Soto, M.; Ledesma, R.; Marquez, M.; Cordero, J.F.; Lopez‐Del Valle, L.M.; Salcedo, M.I.; Debs, N.; Li, M.; Petrin, A.; Olotu, J.; Aldous, C.; James, O.; Ogunlewe, M.O.; Abate, F.; Hailu, T.; Muhammed, I.; Gravem, P.; Deribew, M.; Gesses, M.; Hassan, M.; Pape, J.; Adeniyan, O.A.; Obiri‐Yeboah, S.; Arthur, F.K.N.; Oti, A.A.; Olatosi, O.; Miller, S.E.; Donkor, P.; Dunnwald, M.M.; Marazita, M.L.; Adeyemo, A.A.; Murray, J.C.; Butali, A. (Wiley, 2020-06-17)
    Background: The development of the face occurs during the early days of in-trauterine life by the formation of facial processes from the first Pharyngeal arch. Derangement in these well-organized fusion events results in ...
  • Breastfeeding Practices Among Mothers of Children With Orofacial Clefts in an African Cohort 

    Adekunle, A.A.; Adamson, O.O.; James, O.; Ogunlewe, M.O.; Butali, A.; Adeyemo, W.L. (SAGE JOURNALS, 2020-04-01)
    OBJECTIVE: To carry out a survey of breastfeeding practices and related challenges among mothers with orofacial cleft babies attending the cleft clinic of a tertiary health institution. METHODOLOGY: This was a cross-sectional ...
  • Health Information Seeking Through Social Media and Search Engines by Parents of Children With Orofacial Cleft in Nigeria. 

    Adekunle, A.A.; James, O.; Adeyemo, W.L. (SAGE JOURNALS, 2020-01-31)
    Health Information Seeking Through Social Media and Search Engines by Parents of Children With Orofacial Cleft in Nigeria. Adekunle AA1, James O2, Adeyemo WL2. Author information Abstract OBJECTIVE: To ascertain the ...
  • SPECC1L regulates palate development downstream of IRF6. 

    Hall, E.G.; Wenger, L.W.; Wilson, N.R.; Undurty-Akella, S.S.; Standley, J.; Augustine-Akpan, E.A.; Kousa, Y.A.; Acevedo, D.S.; Goering, J.P.; Pitstick, L.; Natsume, N.; Paroya, S.M.; Busch, T.D.; Ito, M.; Mori, A.; Imura, H.; Schultz-Rogers, L.E.; Klee, E.W.; Babovic-Vuksanovic, D.; Kroc, S.A.; Adeyemo, W.L.; Eshete, M.A.; Bjork, B.C.; Suzuki, S.; Murray, J.C.; Schutte, B.C.; Butali, A.; Saadi, I. (Oxford Academic, 2020-01-31)
    SPECC1L mutations have been identified in patients with rare atypical orofacial clefts and with syndromic cleft lip and/or palate (CL/P). These mutations cluster in the second coiled-coil and calponin homology domains of ...

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