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  • Gene therapy in the management of oral cancer: a review of recent developments. 

    Ladeinde, A.L.; Ogunlewe, M.O.; Adeyemo, W.L.; Bamgbose, B.O. (Niger Postgrad Med J, 2005-03-01)
    AIMS: This article reviews the present body of knowledge regarding the principle, transfer techniques, therapeutic strategies, clinical applications and limitations of gene therapy in the management of oral squamous cell ...
  • Genetic studies in the Nigerian population implicate an MSX1 mutation in complex oral facial clefting disorders 

    Butali, A.; Mossey, P.A.; Adeyemo, W.L.; Jezewski, P.A.; Onwuamah, C.K.; Ogunlewe, M.O.; Ugboko, V.I.; Adejuyigbe, O.; Adigun, A.I.; Abdur-Rahman, L.O.; Onah, I.I.; Audu, R.A.; Idigbe, E.O.; Mansilla, M.A.; Dragan, E.A.; Petrin, A.L.; Bullard, S.A.; Uduezue, A.O.; Akpata, O.; Osaguona, A.O.; Olasoji, H.O.; Ligali, T.O.; Kejeh, B.M.; Iseh, K.R.; Olaitan, P.B.; Adebola, A.R.; Efunkoya, E.; Adesina, O.A.; Oluwatosin, O.M.; Murray, J.C. (SAGE JOURNALS, 2011-11-01)
    BACKGROUND: Orofacial clefts are the most common malformations of the head and neck, with a worldwide prevalence of 1 in 700 births. They are commonly divided into CL(P) and CP based on anatomic, genetic, and embryologic ...
  • Genetics and genomics etiology of nonsyndromic orofacial clefts 

    Adeyemo, W.L.; Butali, A. (Wiley, 2017-01-01)
    Orofacial clefts (OFC) are complex birth defects. Seventy percent of all clefts are classified as nonsyndromic, where no recognizable structural defects other than cleft are seen. The remaining 30% are syndromic, where a ...
  • 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 ...
  • A Genome-wide Association Study of Nonsyndromic Cleft Palate Identifies an Etiologic Missense Variant in GRHL3 

    Leslie, E.J.; Liu, H.; Carlson, J.C.; Shaffer, J.R.; Feingold, E.; Wehby, G.; Laurie, C.A.; Jain, D.; Laurie, C.C.; Doheny, K.F.; McHenry, T.; Resick, J.; Sanchez, C.; Jacobs, J.; Emanuele, B.; Vieira, A.R.; Neiswanger, K.; Standley, J.; Czeizel, A.E.; Deleyiannis, F.; Christensen, K.; Munger, R.G.; Lie, R.T.; Wilcox, A.; Romitti, P.A.; Field, L.L.; Padilla, C.D.; Cutiongco-de la Paz, E.M.; Lidral, A.C.; Valencia-Ramirez, L.C.; Lopez-Palacio, A.M.; Valencia, D.R.; Arcos-Burgos, M.; Castilla, E.E.; Mereb, J.C.; Poletta, F.A.; Orioli, I.M.; Carvalho, F.M.; Hecht, J.T.; Blanton, S.H.; Buxo, C.J.; Butali, A.; Adeyemo, W.L.; James, O.; Braimah, R.O.; Aregbesola, B.S.; Eshete, M.A.; Deribew, M.; Koruyucu, M.; Seymen, F.; Ma, L.; de Salamanca, J.E.; Weinberg, S.M.; Moreno, L.; Cornell, R.A.; Murray, J.C.; Marazita, M.L. (CellPress, 2016-04-01)
    Cleft palate (CP) is a common birth defect occurring in 1 in 2,500 live births. Approximately half of infants with CP have a syndromic form, exhibiting other physical and cognitive disabilities. The other half have ...
  • Genomic analyses in African populations identify loci for cleft palate 

    Butali, A.; Mossey, P.A.; Adeyemo, W.L.; Eshete, M.A.; Gowans, L.J.J.; Busch, T.; Jain, D.; Yu, W.; Huan, L.; Laurie, C.C.; Laurie, C.A.; Nelson, S.; Li, M.; Sanchez-Lara, P.A.; Magee, W.P.; Magee, K.S.; Auslander, A.; Brindopke, F.; Kay, D.M.; Caggana, M.; Romitti, P.A.; Mills, J.L.; Audu, R.; Onwuamah, C.; Oseni, G.O.; Owais, A.; James, O.; Olaitan, P.B.; Aregbesola, B.S.; Braimah, R.O.; Oginni, F.O.; Oladele, A.O.; Bello, S.A.; Rhodes, J.; Shiang, R.; Donkor, P.; Obiri-Yeboah, S.; Arthur, F.K.N.; Twumasi, P.; Agbenorku, P.; Plange-Rhule, G.; Oti, A.; Ogunlewe, M.O.; Oladega, A.A.; Adekunle, A.A.; Erinoso, A.O.; Adamson, O.O.; Elufowoju, A.A.; Ayelomi, O.I.; Hailu, T.; Hailu, A.; Demissie, Y.; Derebew, M.; Eliason, S.; Romero-Bustillous, M.; Lo, C.; Park, J.; Desai, S.; Mohammed, M.; Abate, F.; Abdur-Rahman, L.O.; Anand, D.; Saadi, I.; Oladugba, A.V.; Lachke, S.A.; Amendt, B.A.; Rotimi, C.N.; Marazita, M.L.; Cornell, R.A.; Murray, J.C.; Adeyemo, A.A. (Oxford Academic, 2019-03-15)
    Orofacial clefts are common developmental disorders that pose significant clinical, economical and psychological problems. We conducted genome-wide association analyses for cleft palate only (CPO) and cleft lip with or ...
  • Giant mandibular sialolith: a case report 

    Oladega, A.A.; Adeyemo, W.L. (University of Lagos Journal of Basic Medical Sciences, 2017-01-01)
    Background: Sialolithiasis is one of the most common diseases affecting the salivary glands. It is more common in the submandibular gland with a male predominance. Most sialoliths are less than 10mm while those greater ...
  • Gorham’s disease of mandible: A case report 

    Ogunlewe, M.O.; Ladeinde, A.L.; Adeyemo, W.L.; Gbotolorun, O.M.; James, O.; Olojede, A.C.; Ajayi, O.F. (Springer, 2008-04-01)
    Massive Osteolysis (MO) is a rare disease of unknown aetiology. It is even rarer in the maxillofacial region where less than 50 cases have been reported. Localised proliferation of endothelium of blood or lymphatic vessels ...
  • Healing of onlay mandibular bone grafts covered with collagen membrane or bovine bone substitutes: a microscopical and immunohistochemical study in the sheep. 

    Adeyemo, W.L.; Reuther, T.; Bloch, W.; Korkmaz, Y.; Fischer, J.H.; Zoller, J.E.; Kuebler, A.C. (Elsevier, 2008-07-04)
    The objective of this study was to evaluate the role of collagen membrane and Bio-Oss coverage in healing of an onlay graft to the mandible. Twelve adult sheep each received an onlay bone graft (experiment 1), bone ...
  • 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 ...
  • Hemodynamic response after injection of local anesthetics with or without adrenaline in adult Nigerian subjects undergoing simple tooth extraction. 

    James, O.; Ladeinde, A.L.; Ogunlewe, M.O.; Ajuluchukwu, J.N.A.; Adeyemo, W.L. (J Clin Sci, 2015-07-01)
    Objective: This study was conducted to determine the changes in the blood pressure (BP) and the pulse rate (PR) of normotensive patients having dental extraction under the administration of 2% lignocaine local anesthetic ...
  • 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 ...
  • Identification of paternal uniparental disomy on chromosome 22 and a de novo deletion on chromosome 18 in individuals with orofacial clefts 

    Oseni, G.O.; Jain, D.; Mossey, P.A.; Busch, T.D.; Gowans, L.J.J.; Eshete, M.A.; Adeyemo, W.L.; Laurie, C.A.; Laurie, C.C.; Owais, A.; Olaitan, P.B.; Aregbesola, B.S.; Oginni, F.O.; Bello, S.A.; Donkor, P.; Audu, R.; Onwuamah, C.; Obiri-Yeboah, S.; Plange-Rhule, G.; Ogunlewe, M.O.; James, O.; Hailu, T.; Abate, F.; Abdur-Rahman, L.O.; Oladugba, A.V.; Marazita, M.L.; Murray, J.C.; Adeyemo, A.A.; Butali, A. (Wiley, 2018-11-01)
    BACKGROUND: Orofacial clefts are the most common malformations of the head and neck region. Genetic and environmental factors have been implicated in the etiology of these traits. METHODS: We recently conducted genotyping ...
  • Impacted lower third molars: another evidence against prophylactic removal 

    Adeyemo, W.L. (Elsevier, 2005-10-01)
    Impacted lower third molars: another evidence against prophylactic removal Prophylactic surgical removal of nonsymptomatic impacted lower third molars (ILTM) has generated a lot of controversies in oral surgical practice in ...
  • Implant restoration of partially edentulous ridges: a review of 121 Nigerian patients 

    Akeredolu, P.A.; Adeyemo, W.L.; Omololu, O.B.; Karunwi, O. (Wolters Kluwer, 2010-02-01)
    OBJECTIVE: Because of increasing health awareness, many Nigerian patients are demanding that their lost tooth/teeth be replaced with dental implants. This study reports the pattern and distribution of implant replacement ...
  • Incidence and pattern of presentation of dry socket following non-surgical tooth extraction. 

    Ogunlewe, M.O.; Adeyemo, W.L.; Ladeinde, A.L.; Taiwo, O.A. (Nig Q J Hosp Med, 2007-12-01)
    OBJECTIVES: To determine the incidence and pattern of presentation of dry socket as a complication of intra-alveolar dental extraction at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital. METHODS: Patients who were referred for ...
  • Indications for extraction of permanent teeth in a Nigerian teaching hospital: a 16-year follow-up study 

    Adeyemo, W.L.; Oderinu, O.H.; Oluseye, S.B.; Taiwo, O.A.; Akinwande, J.A. (Nig Q J Hosp Med, 2008-07-04)
    AIM: The aim of the present study was to investigate reasons for permanent tooth extraction at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Lagos, and compare this with a study done 16 years previously in the same institution, ...
  • Indications for extraction of third molars: a review of 1763 cases. 

    Adeyemo, W.L.; James, O.; Ogunlewe, M.O.; Ladeinde, A.L.; Taiwo, O.A.; Olojede, A.C. (Niger Postgrad Med J, 2008-03-01)
    OBJECTIVE: Third molars have been described as different from other teeth in the oral cavity. They have the highest rate of developmental abnormalities and, most importantly, are last in the eruption sequence. We investigated ...
  • Influence of host periosteum and recipient bed perforation on the healing of onlay mandibular bone graft: an experimental pilot study in the sheep. 

    Adeyemo, W.L.; Reuther, T.; Bloch, W.; Korkmaz, Y.; Fischer, J.H.; Zoller, J.E.; Kuebler, A.C. (Springer, 2008-05-04)
    PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to evaluate the role of host periosteum and recipient bed perforation on the healing of an onlay graft to the mandible based on histologic and immunohistochemical analysis. MATERIALS ...
  • Influence of trans-operative complications on socket healing following dental extractions. 

    Adeyemo, W.L.; Ladeinde, A.L.; Ogunlewe, M.O. (J Contemp Dent Pract, 2007-01-01)
    AIM: Extraction healing complications have been attributed to several factors. The influence of trans-operative complications on an extraction site wound healing was the focus of this investigation. METHODS AND ...