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To improve the success rates of implants, numerous clinicians suggest progressive bone loading. The effectiveness of progressive loading can be enhanced by the use of stress-absorbing components. This paper reviews a polyoxymethylene intramobile element, which provides a resilient connection between the implant and prosthesis and reduces the stress(More)
BACKGROUND Lymphoplasmacytic plaque (LPP) is a recently described rare skin disease characterized by a dense dermal lymphohistiocytic infiltrate with polyclonal plasma cells. The clinical picture is distinct with reddish to brownish plaque with a predilection for the lower leg. LPP typically affects children. OBJECTIVE To define clinical and histologic(More)
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