Horia Radu Galea

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  • Journal of the American Dental Association
  • 1984
Longitudinal studies are required to determine the long-term effects of treatment and nontreatment of injured teeth. Eleven percent of subjects came for emergency care 21 days or more after the accident with complications of the original injury. It would be reasonable to advise early attendance for evaluation of any person suffering from accidental trauma(More)
Diabetes mellitus is common in the Maltese. Patients in whom diabetes was first diagnosed before the age of 25 years were examined to determine their oral status and to compare their levels of disease with oral disease in non-diabetic age-matched control subjects. No patient was older than 29 years. Compared with control subjects, the diabetic patients(More)
Lymphocytes and plasma cells are major actors of the adaptive immune response and can rightly be considered as human health keepers. However, recombination and mutation events occurring at high rate in the B cell lineage also expose these cells to gene alterations, potentially resulting in uncontrolled and life-threatening cell proliferation. Although in(More)
An important goal for the treatment of human B cell malignancies lies in the induction of an active immune response directed against the tumoral clone, and more particularly against antigenic determinants of the monoclonal immunoglobulin (Ig). The presence of idiotype-reactive T-cells in patients with multiple myeloma has been previously reported, and(More)
A new species of hydroid, Podocoryna martinicana sp. nov., is described from the Lesser Antilles. It lives symbiotically with Iridopagurus caribbensis (A. Milne-Edwards & Bouvier, 1893) (Decapoda: Paguridae) inhabiting various gastropod shells. Its colonies are highly organized and develop exclusively around the aperture of the host shell. A few large,(More)
A hydroid, originally described from the Kei Islands, Moluccas, as Halicornaria allmani (sic!) Marktanner var. sibogae Billard, 1913, was recently rediscovered at two additional Indonesian localities. Since it proves morphologically different from its western Atlantic counterpart, Gymnangium allmanii (Marktanner-Turneretscher, 1890), it is confidently(More)
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