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Alveolar Bone Graft in Cleft Palate Reconstruction 

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Medical Legal Trial Exhibit Animation

Next medical illustration of This piece shows the method of entry for DNX-2401, an adenovirus which contains modified attachment points (h1 loops) that allow entry only into cancerous cells. After engulfment via the aVb3 integrin, the cancer cell later lyses, and the virus spreads throughout the tumor like a ripple through a pond. Human clinical trials in patients with Glioblastoma are ongoing. (carcinogen, cancer, brain, tumor, tumors, blastoma, blastomas, conrad, dnx, research, cancer treatment, treatment, cell)

Oncolytic Adenovirus Cancer Therapy

This animation is one part of a collaborative research project created for Dr. Patel of the Craniofacial Center at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Alveolar cleft and alveolar bone graft surgical repair are visually explained to preoperative pediatric patients and their caregivers. The final animation was presented by the illustrator at the Annual Meeting of the American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association in April of 2016. (cleft, tooth, teeth, plastic, palate, bone, jaw, mouth)

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Editorial, Education, Multimedia, Patient Education, Product Demonstration, Pediatrics, Reconstructive Surgery

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