Haneen Hani

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Allergies caused by metals have been increasing. The number of patients visiting dentists with the chief complaint of metal allergy has also been increasing. From March 1994 to February 1997, 263 patients who complained of various symptoms visited our allergy clinic. Among them, 184 patients were suspected to have allergy caused by metals in dental(More)
This study was conducted to evaluate the response of Bali bulls (Bos javanicus) to different semen collection methods and their effects on fresh and post-thawed semen quality. The collection methods employed were electro-ejaculation (EE), transrectal massage (RM) and RM followed by EE (RM + EE). A total of 25 untrained Bali bulls (age between 2 and 4 years(More)
Heavy metals are toxic to health and environment. Extensive endeavors are mandatory to economically remove them from contaminated water. Among viable options, clays of different characteristics are considered for the removal of heavy metals from polluted effluents. In this paper, raw and treated Egyptian kaolin as well as Ca and Na-bentonites (Ca-B and(More)
This is a report on the statistical classification of the prosthetic restorations placed in out-patients of the Tokyo Medical and Dental University Hospital. The data were collected from the laboratory records during the period of January to June of 1986. The results are summarized as follows: 1. The total number of the prosthetic restorations placed in the(More)
The purpose of this study is to find out the analytical accuracy and the detection limit of the EPMA, which are the important factors when analyzing the changes in the surface condition or the composition of the dental metals used in an oral environment. The results were as follows: 1) The EPMA used in the analysis had an excellent detection limit which was(More)
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  • Kōkūbyō Gakkai zasshi. The Journal of the…
  • 1993
In order to study the changes of the intraoral metals, the surface condition and composition of the crowns removed from mouths were analyzed by SEM and EPMA. Thirty-four samples were categorized into four types of alloys. Corrosive changes were evaluated by comparing the analysis results between the crown surface and its fresh sectioned surface, and also(More)
This is a continued report on the statistical classification of the prosthetic restorations placed in the outpatients in the Tokyo Medical and Dental University Hospital. The data were collected from the laboratory records during the period of January to June of 1986. The results are summarized as follows: 1. Total of 419 bridges, consisting of nearly the(More)
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