B D Cheatham

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Local anesthetic toxicity in the child dental patient is a concern of the dental profession. A survey of 117 Florida dentists was conducted to determine their local anesthetic practices in treating children. Results indicated that a fifth of the respondents might use local anesthetic levels that could cause potential CNS toxicity in the smaller and younger(More)
This is a case report of an 11-year-old white female, diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, who developed a dental complication involving endodontic failure and Pseudomonas infection during induction chemotherapy. This unusual set of circumstances resulted in alteration of the child's medical management. Although the oral infection, neutropenia and(More)
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