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The incidence of Frey's syndrome.
Patients' knowledge and expectations regarding dental implants: assessment by questionnaire.
SF-assemblin, the structural protein of the 2-nm filaments from striated microtubule associated fibers of algal flagellar roots, forms a segmented coiled coil
- K. Weber, N. Geisler, U. Plessmann, A. Bremerich, K. Lechtreck, M. Melkonian
- BiologyThe Journal of cell biology
- 2 May 1993
The results predict that system I fibers and related microtubule associated structures arise from molecules able to form a special segmented coiled coil which can pack into 2-nm filaments.
Pain, function, and psychologic outcome before, during, and after intraoral tumor resection.
- N. Gellrich, R. Schimming, A. Schramm, D. Schmalohr, A. Bremerich, J. Kugler
- MedicineJournal of oral and maxillofacial surgery…
- 1 July 2002
Quality of life after ablative intraoral surgery is not greatly affected by pain, and functional reconstruction, using microvascular techniques, and early rehabilitation, including physiotherapy, should be intensified.
Necessity of surgical dental foci treatment prior to organ transplantation and heart valve replacement
With regard to the surprisingly high need for surgical treatment in this patient population, assessment of these patients by the appropriate specialist and continuation with a follow-up program is still highly recommended.
The innervation of the trapezius muscle in connection with radical neck-dissection. An anatomical study.
Facial trauma in children and adolescents
In adolescents an adult mechanism of trauma prevailed: over 60% of injuries were sequelae of an assault or altercation, and the male sex predominated through all age groups and for all types of injuries.
Stability of bone grafting and placement of implants in the severely atrophic maxilla.
Injuries in combat from 1982-2005 with particular reference to those to the head and neck: A review.
Perception of improvement after orthognathic surgery: the important variables affecting patient satisfaction
The most distinctive factors for patient satisfaction after orthognathic surgery were chewing function and facial aesthetics with respect to the lower face and even psychological aspects should be considered equally when planning surgery.