George Adam Holland

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Within the limitations of the experiment, the following conclusions can be made from this investigation: 1. Under conditions of vertical loading, the rigid fixed partial denture design does not permit independent response by either abutment. The nonrigid fixed partial denture design allows the abutments some independence in response to vertical loading 2.(More)
PURPOSE Recent papers have hypothesized that diamagnetic effects of clotting and conformational changes in aging red blood cells immobilize the hemoglobin protein and thus are responsible for the marked hypointensity of acute hematomas on T2-weighted spin-echo MR images. To test that hypothesis, the authors evaluated 24 hemorrhagic components of(More)
It is a requirement of many localized NMR spectroscopy experiments, such as DRESS, that collection of the free induction decay be delayed a significant time after the middle of the last pulse. This leads to distortion of the spectra and seriously impedes the retrieval of quantitative information from these spectra. A technique is described in which a(More)
This investigation evaluated the accuracy of three different transcranial TMJ radiographic records of condylar position and joint space dimension. In addition, the study evaluated how reliably observers determined condylar position and joint space dimensions from the radiographs. The results of this investigation support the following conclusions. The(More)
Nonrigid connectors have been advocated for fixed partial dentures. However, space limitations may require overreduction of the preparation or overcontouring of the retainer to place the keyway within the retainer wall. An inverted orientation of the nonrigid connector can resolve these problems. With this design, the key is attached to the distal surface(More)
A two-dimensional photoelastic model was constructed to represent the mandible with a missing first premolar and first molar. The model contained a canine, second premolar, and second molar as abutment teeth supported by simulated periodontal ligament and photoelastic bone. Six FPDs were constructed, one of rigid design and five of nonrigid design with(More)
We have studied the effects of two diuretics, selective for renal cortical (furosemide) and inner medullary (vasopressin antagonist) water handling, in rat kidney at 1.5 T and find that furosemide completely dissipates the cortical-inner medullary T2 gradient whereas the vasopressin antagonist has little effect. This phenomenon appears to be related to(More)
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