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Previous studies on the fit of complete crowns have neglected to assess the internal adaptation of castings prior to cementation. Theoretical arguments and laboratory studies have failed to clarify which is the most desirable finish-line configuration in terms of marginal fit. This study evaluated axial and marginal fit of crowns made for three tooth(More)
PURPOSE OF REVIEW This review summarizes advances in our understanding of child maltreatment and the implications thereof for physical, psychological and social development, with special emphasis on mental health aspects. RECENT FINDINGS Methodological problems persist. These may be related in part to an over-emphasis on type of maltreatment, to the(More)
  • G Byrne
  • 1992
Studies reporting the influence of finish-line configuration on the fit of cemented crowns have had conflicting conclusions. This study examined the effect of finish-line configuration on the fit of cemented complete crowns. Three identical tooth preparations were made, each with a different facial finish line: shoulder, shoulder-bevel, and chamber. The(More)
Contents Foreword 3 Executive summary 4 Chapter 1: Introduction 7 Chapter 2: Methods of analysis 8 Chapter 3: The estimated costs of perinatal mental health problems 11 Chapter 4: Uses and implications of the cost estimates 22 Chapter 5: Current service provision for perinatal mental health problems 27 Chapter 6: The cost of a good service: illustrative(More)
This paper describes the development and use of a biaxial measurement device to analyse the mechanics of knife stabbings. In medicolegal situations it is typical to describe the consequences of a stabbing incident in relative terms that are qualitative and descriptive without being numerically quantitative. Here, the mechanical variables involved in the(More)
  • G Byrne, E C Cox
  • 1987
The branches in Polysphondylium pallidum whorls are arranged in a radial pattern. We have used a pattern-specific monoclonal antibody to study branch formation and characterize the origin of this pattern. A quantitative spatial analysis of antibody staining reveals that the branching pattern arises from a random distribution. This distribution passes(More)
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