Andrew Horowitz

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With the recent introduction of in-office cone-beam volumetric tomography scanners and the development of computed tomographic-based proprietary third-party 3-dimensional dental implant software programs, the field of implant dentistry is moving toward the 3-dimensional evaluation and placement of dental implants according to a restoratively driven(More)
Emotion is expressed in multiple modalities, yet most research has considered at most one or two. This stems in part from the lack of large, diverse, well-annotated, multimodal databases with which to develop and test algorithms. We present a well-annotated, multimodal, multidimensional spontaneous emotion corpus of 140 participants. Emotion inductions were(More)
Reconstruction of the irradiated head and neck cancer patient continues to be a challenge. Conventional prosthodontics can be very unpredictable and difficult in these patients. Implant-supported fixed prostheses are good alternatives. It is well-accepted that maxillofacial surgery for the irradiated head and neck cancer patients should be performed in an(More)
The introduction of medical-grade computed tomography (CT) technologies and the ballooning use of cone beam CT (CBCT) in dental offices, in combination with the use of proprietary dental implant software, has revolutionized the planning and placement of dental implants. These technologies facilitate a team approach in a truly restoratively driven treatment(More)
Cavernous sinus thrombosis (CST) is a rare disease with the potential for significant morbidity and even death. Rapid diagnosis and aggressive medical and surgical management are imperative for patients with CST. The cause may be aseptic or infectious. When the cause is infectious in nature, it is most commonly from a bacterial origin. However, we present(More)
Since their introduction, guided dental implant planning and surgery procedures, like most new techniques in medicine and dentistry, have undergone many modifications and advances. While some practitioners were early adopters, most dental surgeons have been cautious regarding this methodology. Despite more than a decade of literature, podium presentations,(More)
In this paper we demonstrate that the axiomatic measurement approach developed in the poverty and inequality literature can be usefully applied to the measurement of corruption. We develop a conceptual framework for organizing corruption data and discuss several objective, aggregate corruption measures consistent with axiomatic requirements. We then provide(More)