JVD 2019 #4 Oronasal and Oroantral Fistulas Secondary to Periodontal Disease: A Retrospective Study Comparing the Prevalence Within Dachshunds and a Control Group; Sauve, MacGee Flashcards Preview

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1
Q

Define oronasal fistula (ONF) versus oroantral fistula (OAF)

A

Abnormal communication between oral and nasal cavities; ONA is between oral cavity and maxillary recess

2
Q

What was the average age and weight of Dachshunds in the study?

A

8.9y and 5.7kg

3
Q

How many Dachshunds had ONF and/or OAF?

A

43 of 91 Dachshunds had at least 1 ONF/OAF (47.3%)

4
Q

Of those Dachshunds with ONF/OAF, how many had 2 or more?

A

27 of 43 Dachshunds with ONF/OAF had 2 or more (62.8%)

5
Q

How often were the 104 and 204 affected with ONFs in Dachshunds?

A

35 of 91 (38.5%) 104 affected, 31 of 91 (34.1%) 204 affected of ALL dachshunds in study

6
Q

Of the Dachshunds with ONF/OAF, how many had ONF associated with at least 1 MX canine?

A

31 of 43 affected Dachshunds (72.1%) had ONF of MX canine(s)

7
Q

How many Dachshunds had OAF?

A

3 of 91 (3.3%) had OAF affecting 208

8
Q

How many dogs in control group had at least 1 ONF/OAF compared to Dachshunds?

A

Control- 27 of 127 dogs (21.3%)

Dachshunds 43 of 91 (47.3%)

9
Q

Of the dogs in the control group with ONF/OAF, how many had 2 or more? Versus Dachshunds?

A

Control- 15 of 27 had 2 or more (55.5%)

Dachshunds= 27 of 43 (62.8%)

10
Q

How many times more likely were Dachshunds to have an ONF/OAF than control group (Odds ratio)

A

3.3 times more likely

males 5.2 times and females 2.1 times

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