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There has been considerable disagreement in descriptions of the SMAS. Fresh cadaver dissection, combining anatomic dissection done with the aid of the operating microscope and histologic cross section of facial tissues, was performed in 24 facial halves. Histologic preparation was made on tissue macrosections, each 10 cm in length. Consistent findings(More)
The nasolabial fold was analyzed by anatomic and histologic evaluation of the tissue planes that create and surround the fold. A fascial-fatty layer exists in the superficial subdermal space extending from the upper lip across the nasolabial fold to the cheek mass. The SMAS is present in the upper lip as the superficial portion of the orbicularis oris(More)
  • G Madiedo, R Sciacca, L Hause
  • Journal of clinical pathology
  • 1980
The effect of temperature, time of storage, and presence of air bubbles in specimens for blood gas analysis was studied. The results show that air bubbles in a 10% proportion are undesirable because of significant elevation in the PO2, and the storage of anaerobic blood samples at room temperature (25 degrees C) is acceptable when measurements are done(More)
A case of metastatic ameloblastoma of the maxilla with secondary hypercalcemia in a 54-year-old man is presented. After treatment with surgery, chemotherapy, and radiotherapy, the patient was found to have multiple metastases and severe hypercalcemia associated with high levels of parathormone-like substance in the peripheral blood. At autopsy he was found(More)
A competitive enzyme-linked immunoassay (CELIA) technique for quantitative measurement of apolipoprotein B (Apo B) was developed. The method is a non-isotopic immunoassay that utilizes a soluble enzyme/antibody complex as a universal labeling reagent. The method was characterized according to precision, sensitivity, recovery and parallelism. The CELIA Apo B(More)