Howard L Needleman

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This report describes 2 generations of a family with symptoms of sensory overstimulation that exhibit a potassium sensitivity similar to that seen in hypokalemic periodic paralysis. The sensory overstimulation is characterized by a subjective experience of sensory overload and a relative resistance to lidocaine local anesthesia. The sensory overload is(More)
The purpose of the study was to establish baseline values of the alveolar bone height of the primary molars and first permanent molars in sample of healthy U.S. seven- to nine-year-old children. Direct measurements of the distance from the cementoenamel junction (CEJ) to the alveolar crest (AC) on 223 pairs of bitewing radiographs from 223 subjects were(More)
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