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Medicina stomatologică
Numărul 1-2(42-43) / 2017 / ISSN 1857-1328

Chisturile maxilare. date statistice

CZU: 616.314.17-008.1-031
Pag. 32-36

Cucu Ghenadie, Topalo Valentin
Universitatea de Stat de Medicină şi Farmacie „Nicolae Testemiţanu“
Disponibil în IBN: 16 august 2017


In acest studiu au fost analizate 451 de cazuri de pacienți tratați in secția de chirurgie Oro-Maxilo-Facială in perioada aa. 2010—2014 , 262 pacienți diagnosticați cu chisturi la maxilarul superior și 189 pacienți cu chisturi la mandibulă. Datele acumulate au fost prelucrate cu ajutorul calculatorului individual. Analiza datelor a fost realizată utilizand programul IBM SPSS Statistics, şi componentei Excel a suitei Microsoft Office cu ajutorul funcţiilor şi modulelor acestor programe. In dependență de maxilarul afectat, s-au inregistrat 262 chisturi ale maxilarului superior (59,8%, Es= 2,31%) și 189 chisturi ale maxilarului inferior (40,2%, Es= 231%). Valoarea x2≤0,001 indică prevalența veridică a chisturilor maxilarului superior față de cel inferior.

In this study were included 451 of patients treated in Departament of Oro-Maxilo-Facial Surgery in period of 2010—2014 years, 262 of patients had cysts on the upper jaw and 189- on the lower jaw. Datas were analysed with personal computer using IBM SPSS Statistic soft and Microsoft Office Excel. We noticed 262 cases of upper jaw cysts (59,8%, Es= 2,31%) and 189 cases of lower jaw cysts (40,2%, Es= 231%). x2≤0,001 variable shows true prevalence of upper jaw cysts to those on the lower jaw.

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