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WELCOME TO OMSNICase



 

OMSNICase is a collection of informative, actual patient case reports. Cases are submitted by oral and maxillofacial surgery residents, faculty and clinicians. All cases submitted for consideration are reviewed and edited by the OMSNICase Review Committee. If your case is selected, a $1,000 unrestricted grant will be sent to the residency program.

 

 

INTERESTED INSUBMITTING A CASE?

Any case you handled yourself or participated in with other practitioners may be submitted for consideration. Cases do not have to be complex or extraordinary. Good outcomes in cases are welcome.

 

Please refer to our OMSNICase Submission Guidelines to begin. You can contact RM@OMSNIC.com for a PowerPoint template to use to build your presentation.

 

 

HOW OMSNICASE CAN BE USED

  • OMS teaching seminars, case presentations, case discussions and resident rounds.
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  • Individual learning opportunities for residents and students in OMS and affiliated programs.
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  • Study cases to prepare for examinations, including board examinations and inservice training examinations.

 

 

HOW TO VIEW OMSNICASE

Once logged in, OMSNICase may be accessed via the “OMSNICase” link in the top left navigation.

 

 

For more information, email omsnicase@omsnic.com or call the Resident Hotline at (855) OMS-RES1.

 

 

 

OMSNICase REVIEW COMMITTEE

 



Mary Delsol, DDS
Private Practice
Dana Point, CA
Past President, ABOMS

 



John P. Kelly, DMD, MD
Chief, OMS
Yale-New Haven Hospital
New Haven, CT
Assoc. Clinical Professor
Yale University
School of Medicine

 

 

Mark F. Sosovicka, DMD
Assistant Professor, OMS
University of Pittsburgh
School of Dental Medicine

 



James Q. Swift, DDS
Professor & Director
Division of OMS
University of Minnesota

 



Thomas P. Williams DDS, MD
Formerly Private Practice
Dubuque, IA

 

 

 

MARCH OMSNICase:

Failure to Diagnose Fracture

 

17 year old male presents to OMS clinic complaining of malocclusion and swelling of left jaw 4 days after sustaining trauma to the area during an assault.

 

OMS diagnosed and treated left mandibular fracture with IMF and internal fixation and extraction of impacted #17 in the line of the fracture.

 

Right contralateral parasymphysis fracture detected post-op.

 

 

 

 

 

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