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Complete denture secondary impression technique to minimize distortion of ridge and border tissues.
  • I. Klein, A. Broner
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • The Journal of prosthetic dentistry
  • 1 November 1985
TLDR
A technique has been described with which a physiologic and anatomic registration of the attached and unattached tissue of the denture-bearing areas can be attained. Expand
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Physiologic determinants of primary impressions for complete dentures.
A technique has been described whereby a physiologic registration of the attached and unattached tissues of the denture-bearing areas can be attained. A low-fusing impression wax in conjunction withExpand
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Endogenous ethylene and abscisic Acid relative to phytogerontology.
Endogenous production of ethylene and endogenous levels of abscisic acid were measured from Hibiscus rosa-sinensis L. abscission zone explants at six stages of development: tight bud, open flower,Expand
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Population growth and mortality in British India Part II: The demographic revolution
The author continues to examine the causes of the rapid growth of population that occurred in India following World War I. In this second part of a two-part article he looks at the causes of theExpand
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Effect of water vapor pressure on the thermal decomposition of 2-chloroethylphosphonic Acid.
Decomposition of 2-chloroethylphosphonic acid (Ethephon) was studied in dried films at various water vapor pressures (0.6 to 86.9 millimeters Hg, 3.2 to 93.9% relative humidity) and temperatures (20,Expand
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Materialism, Mutiny and Modernization in British India
British rule in India probably was in the reformist van of colonial regimes, but by Independence relatively few among the Indian populace had benefited notably from Western 'modernization'. AlthoughExpand
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Comparison of the fidelity of radiographs of mandibular condyles made by different techniques.
Abstract The radiograph is an important aid in the diagnosis of temporomandibular joint problems. A marked difference of opinion exists in the interpretation of radiographs produced by variousExpand
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The effect of thyrocalcitonin and growth hormones on bone metabolism.
  • I. Klein
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of prosthetic dentistry
  • 1 April 1975
The use of the hormone, thyrocalcitonin, has been shown to change the bone metabolism so that resorption is decreased and calcium increased. The growth hormone seems to add to bone mass andExpand
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Uses and abuses of the tissue treatment materials
Abstract A clinical study was made to evaluate the ability of the tissue treatment materials to improve the health of oral tissues traumatized by ill-fitting dentures. The ability of the tissueExpand
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