David H. Cornell

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Molar incisor hypomineralization (MIH) is a developmental disturbance of the enamel. This study presents analyses of hypomineralized and normal enamel in first molar teeth diagnosed with MIH, utilizing time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry area analyses and X-ray microanalysis of area and spot profiles in uncoated samples between gold lines which(More)
  • D H Cornell
  • New Jersey medicine : the journal of the Medical…
  • 1997
When the war on cancer was declared by the United States Congress in 1971, optimism was high that a magic bullet could be found to cure the cluster of diseases collectively known as cancer. Now, 26 years later, the dream of discovering a single antidote has long since been abandoned. Instead what began more than two and one-half decades ago has led(More)
  • D H Cornell
  • New Jersey medicine : the journal of the Medical…
  • 1999
Acne is caused by hormones, androgen, and follicular keratinization, which leads to blocked pores, and P. acnes bacteria, which cause pustule form. Dermatologists report that acne treatments, like the skin of suffers, are clearly getting better. New treatments and the refinements of mainstay ones have changed the face of acne treatment. One advantage of the(More)
  • D H Cornell
  • New Jersey medicine : the journal of the Medical…
  • 1996
For her 40th birthday, Ann O'Hanlon of Saddlebrook gave herself and her family a present: a complete physical. But Mrs. O'Hanlon, who always had experienced heart palpitations, or as she puts it, "a racy heart," did not fare well. She did have an inkling something wasn't quite right. At home she was finding it increasingly difficult to raise her arms or(More)
Agpaitic nepheline syenites at the Norra Kärr Alkaline Complex, southern Sweden, are rich in zirconium and rare-earth elements (REE), which are mainly accommodated in eudialyte-group minerals (EGM). Norra Kärr hosts three compositionally distinct groups of EGM, which are complex zirconosilicates. Analyses of EGM by electron beam energy-dispersive (SEM-EDS)(More)
Elemental analysis of dental hard tissues is of importance. The aim of this study is to evaluate X-ray microanalysis (XRMA) of bovine enamel in a scanning electron microscope (SEM) with different coatings. The buccal surface of bovine incisors was polished flat, one-third was coated with carbon, one-third with gold, leaving one-third uncoated for XRMA in an(More)