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Exceptions have occurred to the generally reported high prevalence of viral hepatitis in dentists. Thus a recent questionnaire survey (1) indicated a low risk of hepatitis in dental professionals in Norway. The present supplementary study was based on frequencies of serological markers of viral hepatitis and disclosed an exposure rate to hepatitis B(More)
A retrospective longitudinal study was performed on 20 patients with oral leukoplakia, 10 of which developed an oral squamous cell carcinoma, to assess whether any alterations in the local immunologic reactivity could be found of value in predicting the subsequent behavior of the lesions. During the major period of follow-up, the relative frequency of in(More)
In 52 patients with oral lichen planus topographically related to amalgam restorations, the fillings were replaced by other materials in 18, 16 of whom experienced complete remission of the lesions within 1-12 months. These results are discussed in relation to the results of epicutaneous patch tests for possible allergy to a number of mercury compounds. The(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate patients' preferences for outcomes associated with psychoactive medications. SETTING/DESIGN Systematic review of stated preference studies. No settings restrictions were applied. PARTICIPANTS/ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA We included studies containing quantitative data regarding the relative value adults with mental disorders place on(More)