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PURPOSE The purpose of this study was to assess the incidence of and risk factors for permanent neurologic injuries to the inferior alveolar nerve (IAN) or lingual nerve (LN) after the removal of third molars. This report also describes the use of a Clinical Incident Review (CIR) process, allowing close monitoring of all patients with neurologic injuries as(More)
Inflammatory myofibroblastic tumor is an uncommon neoplasm that occurs more often in younger patients. Approximately 50% of inflammatory myofibroblastic tumors are characterized by anaplastic lymphoma kinase fusion genes, more commonly TPM3-anaplastic lymphoma kinase and TPM4-anaplastic lymphoma kinase. Herein, we report a novel fusion of dynactin 1 to(More)
Among 6,565 consecutive abnormal cytogenetic reports at our institution, 3,192 (49%) constituted sole abnormalities, of which 230 (7%) involved chromosome 7: monosomy 7 (n = 98), 7q- (n = 51), der(1;7)(q10;p10) (n = 44), balanced translocations (n = 15), ring 7 (n = 13), and 7p- (n = 9). The most frequent histopathologic correlates were myelodysplastic(More)
Current mobile health apps allow users to track and monitor their fitness statistics and enjoy exercise. As the next generation of mobile devices arrives, new apps must be developed to improve upon current exercise experiences. We introduce Fitnamo, a mobile health app designed for Google Glass. Fitnamo offers entertaining exercise routines through the use(More)
A survey was conducted of 100 dental schools worldwide to investigate the current teaching of posterior resin composite restorations. A 20 multi-part question questionnaire was emailed to the selected schools. Schools were selected by ability to understand and respond in English. The questionnaire consisted of four open-ended questions and 16 closed(More)
Emotion is a pervasive and important aspect of human experience. Here we employed the affective priming paradigm to study the effects of body movements on emotional cueing. Affective point light displays were used to prime subject responses to target emotional words. Subjects were presented with point-light arm movements that conveyed anger, happiness or(More)
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