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    Application of stereolithography in mandibular reconstruction following  resection of ameloblastoma case report Application of stereolithography in mandibular reconstruction following resection of ameloblastoma case report Document Transcript

    • ISSN 1807-5274 Rev. Clín. Pesq. Odontol., Curitiba, v. 4, n. 2, p. 101-105, maio/ago. 2008 ©Revista de Clínica e Pesquisa Odontológica APPLICATION OF STEREOLITHOGRAPHY IN MANDIBULAR RECONSTRUCTION FOLLOWING RESECTION OF AMELOBLASTOMA: case report Aplicação da estereolitografia na reconstrução mandibular após ressecção de ameloblastoma: relato de caso Camila Lopes Cardoso1, Etiene de Andrade Munhoz2, Eduardo Dias Ribeiro3, José Bonifácio de Souza Neto4, Eduardo Sant’Ana5, Osny Ferreira Júnior61 DDS, MSc student, Department of Stomatology, Bauru Dental School, University of São Paulo, Bauru, SP - Brazil.2 DDS, MSc, PhD student, Department of Stomatology, Bauru Dental School, University of São Paulo, Bauru, SP - Brazil.3 DDS, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, Bauru Dental School, University of São Paulo, Bauru, SP - Brazil, e-mail: eduardodonto@yahoo.com.br4 DDS,Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, Bauru, SP - Brazil.5 DDS, PhD, Oral and Maxillofacial surgeon, Department of Stomatology Bauru Dental School, University of São Paulo, Bauru, SP - Brazil.6 DDS, PhD, Professor, Department of Stomatology, Bauru Dental School, University of São Paulo, Bauru, SP - Brazil. Abstract A 32-year-old female patient complaining about swelling in the right side of the mandible was referred to our Institution. Clinical exam showed erythema and crepitation during palpation in the region. CT showed a multilocular lesion involving the angle, ramus and part of the right body of the mandible. Incisional biopsy confirmed the diagnosis of ameloblastoma. The surgical treatment performed was partial resection with safety margin and reconstruction with titanium plaques. The reported case describes, in details, the application of stereolithography for presurgical planning of mandibular reconstruction following resection of ameloblastoma. Keywords: Stereolithography; Mandibular reconstruction; Rapid prototyping; Ameloblastoma. Resumo Paciente de 32 anos, sexo feminino, com queixa de aumento de volume no lado direito da face, foi indicada para nossa instituição. Ao exame clínico, apresentou tumoração no lado direito do corpo mandibular, eritema e crepitação à palpação da região. TC revelou lesão Rev Clín Pesq Odontol. 2008 maio/ago;4(2):101-105
    • 102 Cardoso CL, Munhoz EA de, Ribeiro ED, Souza Neto JB de, Sant’Ana E, Ferreira Júnior O. multilocular comprometendo o ângulo, ramo e parte do corpo mandibular direito. O exame microscópico da lesão apresentou diagnóstico de ameloblastoma. O tratamento cirúrgico foi ressecção parcial da mandíbula com margens de segurança e reconstrução com placa de titânio. Descreve-se o planejamento cirúrgico da reconstrução mandibular, utilizando a estereolitografia no planejamento. Palavras-chave: Estereolitografia; Reconstrução mandibular; Prototipagem rápida; AmeloblastomaCASE REPORT Design). With the aid of a CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) system, and specific equipment, A 32-year-old white female patient the physical model was built. The equipmentcomplaining of swelling on the right side of the consists of a tank filled with acrylic resin, epoxyface was referred to our institution. Extraoral or vinyl, constituted by monomers, photo-examination revealed a slight asymmetry on the initiators and additives. The model is built on aright side of the mandible. The patient reported mobile platform situated immediately below thesuppuration in the region of mandibular molars. surface of this tank.Erythema and crepitation during palpation in the The computer sends to the platform theregion were found on clinical examination. The first layer of the virtual model to be polymerized.CT showed 4 cm in diameter multilocular When this layer is hit by the laser, photo-initiatorsradiolucent lesion, compromising angle, ramus trigger a localized reaction that fosters theand part of the right body of the mandible, formation of a polymeric chain between thedelimited by moderately irregular margins. monomer’s molecules dispersed in the resin and Aspiratory punch and incisional biopsy were solidification takes place.carried out for microscopic examination. The An elevator dives the platform in themicroscopic diagnosis was compatible with liquid polymer bath and the laser beam creates theameloblastoma, following a follicular microscopic second layer of solid polymer on top of the firstpattern. layer. The numerical control of the machine A partial resection of the mandible in the positions this platform on the surface of the resinarea affected by the lesion was planned with adequate and galvanometric mirrors directs the laser beamsafety margins. A prototype or model of the area to to the portion of resin corresponding to this firstbe reconstructed was chosen, through the layer. The process is repeated successively untilstereolithography method (rapid prototyping type). the prototype is complete. Once ready the solid In order to obtain models through this model is removed from the liquid polymer bathtechnique the helicoidal computerized tomograph and washed. The supports are removed and theshould obtain reformatted axial cuts of about 1,0 model is placed in an ultraviolet radiation oven tomm in thickness to reproduce precisely all the undergo a complete polymerization.details captured. After the image is captured, With the model in hands, precisefollowing the prototype manufacturer’s measurements were obtained, which wererequirements, specific programs generate a virtual transferred to the patient with extreme precision.three-dimensional model which is utilized in the Therefore, it provided a tactile perception of thereal model reconstruction process. lesion. Modeling and adaptation of the In the case at issue, the program used reconstruction plaque, in the 2.7mm system, werewas the 3D CAD system (Computer Aided performed from the model (Figure 1). Rev Clín Pesq Odontol. 2008 maio/ago;4(2):101-105
    • Application of stereolithography in mandibular reconstruction following resection of ameloblastoma 103FIGURE 1 - Plaque modelling and adaptation Resection of the lesion with safety marginswas performed and the previously molded FIGURE 3 - Final computerized tomographyreconstruction plaque was installed (Figure 2 e 3). DISCUSSION Ameloblastoma is classified as a benign odontogenic tumor, although its behavior is similar to that of true neoplasia, for being locally invasive, aggressive and leads to a radical treatment planning, since the conservative ones has recurrence reports (1, 2). The prognosis of the solid pattern is obscure; thus, the treatment of choice is generally radical. Due to the relapsing potential, in the face of great resections, the patients seek a treatment with functional and aesthetic results. Hence, the planning requires new technologies in the reconstruction techniques. Technological advances in image collection, through more and more developed plans such as helicoidal computerized tomography,FIGURE 2 - Installation of premolded plaque have allowed the creation of a prototype or model construction technology, in a reduced time, known as Rapid Prototyping (RP). It is a process of organs and objects reproduction by scanning the area to be prototyped, usually through a computerized tomography or magnetic resonance exams. Rev Clín Pesq Odontol. 2008 maio/ago;4(2):101-105
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