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The purpose of this study was to measure the degree of anesthesia obtained with 4% prilocaine and 3% mepivacaine compared with 2% lidocaine (1:100,000 epinephrine) for inferior alveolar nerve block. Using a repeated measures design, 30 subjects randomly received an inferior alveolar injection using masked cartridges of each solution at three successive(More)
Phacoemulsification is the procedure of choice for most surgeons performing cataract surgery in the United Kingdom. The sequelae and management of retained nuclear fragments in the vitreous following cataract surgery have been well described in the literature. However, retention of material in the anterior segment is less well documented. We report a case(More)
Context: Virtual machines provide isolation of services at the cost of hypervisors and more resource usage. This spurred the growth of systems like Docker that enable single hosts to isolate several applications, similar to VMs, within a low-overhead abstraction called containers. Motivation: Although containers tout low overhead performance, do they still(More)
An evaluation of volumes and concentrations of lidocaine in human inferior alveolar nerve block. An evaluation of 4% prilocaine and 3% mepivacaine compared with 2% lidocaine (1:100,000 epinephrine) for inferior alveolar nerve block. An evaluation of lidocaine hydrocarbonate compared with lidocaine hydrochloride for inferior alveolar nerve block. An(More)
Case report A 34-year-old diabetic man presented to the Accident & Emergency Department with a history of increasing orbital pain and swelling over his right eye. He had been kicked on the right cheek while playing rugby 7 days before. On admission, the visual acuity in his right eye had remained unchanged. On examination, his face and lids on the right(More)
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