أ. هلالنصير

قسم طب وجراحة وأمراض الفم والاسنان كلية طب وجراحة الفم والأسنان

الاسم الكامل

أ. هلال ناصر مختار نصير

المؤهل العلمي

ماجستير

الدرجة العلمية

محاضر

ملخص

د.هـــــــــلال نصــــــير هو احد اعضاء هيئة التدريس بقسم طب وجراحة وأمراض الفم والأسنان ( وحدة أمراض الفم )/ بكلية طب وجراحة الفم والأسنان. يعمل د. هـــــــلال نصير بجامعة طرابلس كـمحاضر ومدير عام المستشفى التعليمى لطب وجراحة الفم والأسنان وله العديد من المنشورات العلمية في مجال تخصصه.

تنزيل السيرة الذاتية

معلومات الاتصال

روابط التواصل

الإستشهادات

الكل منذ 2017
الإستشهادات
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المؤهلات

ماجستير

امراض الفم
جامعة الملكة كوين ,المملكة المتحدة
9 ,2011

بكالوريوس

طب وجراحة الاسنان
جامعة طرابلس وكلية طب وجراحة الفم والاسنان
1 ,2004

الخبرة

مدير عام مستشفى طب الاسنان التعليمى - جامعة طرابلس وكلية طب وجراحة الفم والاسنان

مدير عام مستشفى طب وجراحة الفم والاسنان بكلية طب الاسنان ومشرف عام اطباء الامتياز ومنسق التدريب السريرى للطلبة واطبا الامتياز
2015 - 2019

رئيس قسم الدراسة ولامتحانات - جامعة طرابلس , كلية طب وجراحة الفم والاسنان

رئيس قسم الدراسة والامتحانات بكلية طب وجراحة الفم والاسنان بجامعة طرابلس
2013 - 2015

المنشورات

Frequency, Prevalence, Demographic Features, And Histological Subtypes of The Most Common Malignant Salivary Glands Tumours (MECs) in Tripoli Medical Center: A 14 Years Retrospective Study

Objective: The main purpose of this retrospective study was to survey SGTs, report their frequency and the prevalence, demographic features, and histological subtypes of MEC. Methods: These series retrieved from oral biopsy files of Tripoli Medical Centre (TMC) over a 14-year period. Results: One hundred ninety-seven tumours were found, 152 benign (77.8%) and 45tumours (22%) lesions, were malignant. Pleomorphic adenoma (PA), adenoid cystic carcinoma (ACC) and MEC were the most encountered benign and malignant tumours (129 cases, 66.8%), (23 cases, 11.6%) and (14 cases, 7.3%) respectively. Of the 45 malignant tumours, MEC (14 of 45), was the second most common neoplasm. Most MECs (7 of 14) were high-grade lesions. One central MEC occurred in the alveolar ridge of the mandible. Conclusions: Benign SGTs were much more frequent than malignant SGTs. MEC was the second commonest malignant variety. The parotid gland was the frequently affected site for MECs. High grade MEC constituted large group of different grades of this neoplasm.
helal naser(10-2019)
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Surgical Versus Non Surgical Treatment of Fractures of the Mandibular Condyle

The mandible is frequently injured after facial trauma, and 25 to 40% of mandibular fractures involve the condyle. Management of mandibular condylar fractures remains an ongoing matter of controversy in maxillofacial surgery. The current study was designed to assess significant differences in clinical outcomes between surgical and non surgical methods of treatment for mandibular condylar fractures. The study consisted of 134 patients. 107 patients had non-isolated unilateral and 27 patients had bilateral condylar fracture. Surgical method (open reduction) was conducted in 56 patients with unilateral condylar fractures and 15 patients with bilateral condylar fracture. Non surgical method, (closed reduction) was done in 51 cases of unilateral and 12 cases of bilateral condylar fracture between 2005- 2015. In non surgical method 54 patients underwent maxillomandibular fixation with arch bars and 9 patients underwent maxillomandibular fixation using Ivy eyelet wiring under local anesthesia. The maxillomandibular fixation was maintained for 2- 4 weeks. In surgical method, under general anesthesia; approaches used were submandibular in 13 cases. mini-retromandibular incision was used in 58 patients. Fixation was carried with 4 holes straight miniplate. Elastic maxillomandibular fixation was used for 5 to 7 days postoperatively only for patients with bilateral condylar fracture. 134 patients with condylar fractures were included in this study. Out of 134 patients 108 were males and 26 females. Road traffic accidents were the most common cause of trauma, 98 of 134 patients (73%), gunshot, 26 patients (19.5%), work injury, 6 patients (4.5%), and sports injury 4 patients (4.5%). The age distribution showed a typical peak between 20 and 40 years (70%). There were 103 subcondylar fractures (77%), 16 cases (12%) were condylar head (intracapsular) fracture and 15 (11%) was condylar neck fracture. There were 15 associated other mandibular fracture ( body, angle, parasymphysis (12%); and the rest were isolated condylar fractures (92 patients had unilateral and 27 patients had bilateral condylar fracture). Fracture without displacement of the mandibular condyle neck, traditionally been managed with non surgical method (closed reduction technique) and the functional result of the non surgical method is dependent entirely on the accidental position of the fragments. Any of the following points was an indication for surgical method (open reduction); - A unilateral fracture with considerable overriding of the fragments. - A bilateral fracture with considerable overriding and resultant open bite. - Gross malalignment of condylar fragment i.e. situated at an angle to the ramus and projecting over it. - A position of the condyle that causes interference with the movement of the jaw or limits its opening.
Hilal nsier(4-2018)
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