Publications by authors named "Eiman Hasan"

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The influence of mild versus severe hypodontia on facial soft tissues? A three-dimensional optical laser scanning-based cohort study.

J Orthod 2020 Oct 29:1465312520967016. Epub 2020 Oct 29.

Institute of Dentistry, Bart's and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London, London, UK.

Objective: To determine whether there are differences in the facial soft tissue morphology between participants with mild (up to two) or severe (six or more) hypodontia.

Design And Setting: A prospective hospital-based cohort study.

Participants And Methods: Ninety-two participants, aged 11-16 years, with confirmed hypodontia were recruited. Participants were sub-grouped based on the severity (mild, two or less and severe, six or more) and distribution of the missing teeth and age. They underwent a three-dimensional (3D) optical surface scan of the facial soft tissues. Facial surface scans were compared quantitatively, applying landmark measurements and surface-based analysis.

Results: In total, 92 participants, with an equal distribution between the mild (n=46) and severe (n=46) categories, were recruited. Patients with severe hypodontia displayed a reduced alar base, lower facial height, nasolabial angle ( = 0.02) and transgonial width ( < 0.001) compared to those with milder hypodontia. Furthermore, significant differences were observed between mild-male and severe-female groups regarding alar base, lower anterior face height and transgonial width and between mild-male and mild-female groups regarding nasolabial angle and transgonial width.

Conclusion: Significant reductions were seen in the 3D soft tissue morphology of participants with severe hypodontia, in terms of the nasolabial angle, lower facial height, alar base and transgonial widths, emphasising the importance of using facial scanning as a relatively simple non-invasive method of assessment.
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October 2020

Kuwait Recommendations on Vaccine Use in People with Inflammatory Rheumatic Diseases.

Int J Rheumatol 2018 13;2018:5217461. Epub 2018 May 13.

Mubarak Al-Kabeer Hospital, Jabriya, Kuwait.

People with IRD are at increased risk of infection, and in 2011 EULAR made general recommendations for vaccination in these patients. Global and European perspectives are important, but they cannot accurately reflect the individual situations of patients in different countries and regions. Based on our clinical experience and opinions, we have sought to tailor the original EULAR recommendations to include advice for vaccination with new agents approved in the intervening years-including the new class of targeted synthetic disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs. We have also considered the specific demographic needs of patients in local populations in the Gulf region. The resulting 16 recommendations are grouped into four main categories covering general vaccination guidelines and best-practice for all patients with IRD, followed by a set of recommended vaccines against specific pathogens. The last two categories include recommendations for certain patient subgroups with defined risks and for patients who wish to travel.
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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5971308PMC
May 2018