Edward C., U.S. oral pathologist, 1894-1981. See: Stafne bone cyst.
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Eric Stafne, a fruit crops specialist with Mississippi State University, says the plant's reputation has been sullied.
R., Brosnan, J., Hill, P., Hoyle, J., Seger, J., & Stafne, E.
(24.) Stafne SN, Salvesen KA, Romundstad PR, Britt S, Morkved S.
Autores como Shafer y colaboradores y Stafne en los anos ochenta definieron el torus como protuberancias o exostosis localizadas en la region bucal (3).
[1] Stafne, in year 1948 described it as an "ameloblastic adenomatoid tumor or adenoameloblastoma," since it presented with simulating structures such as canals or glands, he, therefore, described it as an ameloblastoma variant.
(9.) Helseth R, Salvesen O, Stafne SN, Morkved S, Salvesen KA, Carlsen SM.
Adenomatoid odontogenic tumor (AOT) was first described by Ghosh in 1934 [1] as an adamantinoma of the maxilla and was first recognised as distinct entity by Stafne in 1948 [2].
Eric Stafne, Extension fruit specialist at MSU's South Mississippi Branch Experiment Station in Poplarville, said the fruit flies have not been found in large numbers like last year.