Anjum Khan

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Our lift lip technique consists of an excision of the white part of the upper lip directly beneath the nose in the shape of a 'bull's-horn', with advancement of the inferior border of the incision to the area directly beneath the nose. Pre-operative markings on the skin ensure the lip lift is approximately symmetric. Advancement of the inferior edge of skin(More)
  • Dave Boyer, Venkat Goud, Anjum Khan, Michael Yatchman
  • 2003
This paper describes the ongoing research collaboration between Avaya Labs and the University of Maryland, RH Smith School of Business. While the goal of our collaboration is to communication enable a supply chain in general, the initial focus of this research effort is " Instant Conferences " for exceptional events that may impact a supply chain's(More)
Currently popular transsphenoidal approaches to the pituitary include sublabial, external rhinoplasty, alotomy, and transnasal techniques. The conventional sublabial approach remains the workhorse method despite postoperative lip edema, potential difficulty for denture wearers, and troublesome persistent upper lip and incisor teeth numbness. We traced the(More)
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