David W. Shrewsbury

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A 17-year-old male with juvenile nasopharyngeal angiofibroma was found, on preoperative evaluation, to have a normal selective angiogram of the internal and external carotid artery system. Possible explanations for this variant include an atypical blood supply from the vertebral artery system, the thyrocervical trunks, or from an ascending pharyngeal artery(More)
In most instances, the injured mandible can be successfully repaired with arch bars and intermaxillary fixation. However, it is important to identify certain potential problem situations early and apply special techniques for their treatment. Potential management problems, such as the non-compliant patient, the edentulous patient, gunshot wounds, radiated(More)
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