Heiko Scheunemann

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In the near future, providers of mobile services will face increasing competition. Therefore, the ability to design, develop and deploy reliable context-aware services fast and easily will become essential. We introduce an agent-based Serviceware Framework assisting service providers in developing innovative services, thus reducing the time-to-market of the(More)
Although fractures of the condylar neck belong to the most frequent injuries of the jaws, and various nerves are found in close proximity to the temporomandibular joints, only little mention is made in the literature of neurological complications arising from accidents. We have therefore carried out a prospective study on nerve injuries in 237 fractures of(More)
During the period from 1969 to 1977 11 cases of myxoma or myxofibroma in the jaw region have been treated at the Maxillofacial Surgery Clinic of the University of Mainz. Various kinds of diagnostic problems are discussed. We observed, inter alia, rapid tumour growth and a imitative dynamics in the radiographs, giving rise to a suspicion of malignancy in(More)
In the near future, providers of mobile services will face increasing competition. Therefore, the ability to design, develop and deploy reliable contextaware services fast and easily will become essential. We introduce an agent-based Serviceware Framework assisting service providers in developing innovative services, thus reducing the time-to-market of the(More)
Bleomycin (BLM)-inactivating enzyme activity, which is probably a parameter for the efficacy of this antibiotic in cancer therapy, was determined in biopsies from human carcinomas in the head and neck region. Twenty-three cases were studied. It was found that highly differentiated as well as moderately differentiated squamous cell carcinomas had low(More)
The indication for operations of benign tumours of the salivary glands in infancy and childhood is taken with great caution and is only partially recommended as the therapy of choice. This applies especially to hemangiomas, since spontaneous retrogression has been observed and there is the danger of damage to the facial nerve during surgery. Knowing(More)
A report of congenital ankylosis of the temporo-mandibular joint has only very rarely been published. The existence of this entity has been met with great scepticism and therefore believed to be due to perinatal trauma and subsequent development of the ankylosis. However, publications are now available of observations at birth after an uneventful pregnancy(More)