J C Angelillo

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Chronic sclerosing osteomyelitis has been frequently described in the literature but little has been recommended for the management of the resistant cases that fail to respond to conservative treatment. This report describes the long term management of a particularly aggressive case of CSO and indicates maxillary sinus disease as a possible etiologic factor(More)
Three anesthetic techniques were compared in this study: 1) Intermittent Brevital boluses supplemented with fentanyl and midazolam all titrated to patient movement, 2) constant infusion of Brevital supplemented with fentanyl and midazolam all delivered in calculated mg/kg doses based on total body weight, and 3) constant infusion of methohexital (Brevital)(More)
The surgical correction of vertical maxillary excess is a relatively new technique. Vertical maxillary excess (VME) may exist alone or in combination with a horizontal mandibular deficiency with or without an anterior open bite. The facial contour is characterized by a long, tapering face with anterior and posterior maxillary overgrowth, a narrow alar base,(More)
Recurrent tumors in previously placed bone grafts are rare. A case of recurrent ameloblastoma in a rib graft 13 years after resection and reconstruction is presented. A review of the literature discloses only one cases of ameloblastoma recurring within a bone graft. Considering that the recurrence rate is substantial in these tumors, prudent planning and(More)
In an attempt to determine the role that nondepolarizing neuromuscular blocking agents play in the intraoperative position of the mandibular condyle, occlusal checkbites were taken on 10 patients under general anesthesia before and after neuromuscular blockade with vecuronium. These checkbites were compared to checkbites taken preoperatively.(More)
Personal construct psychology has contributed substantially to our understanding of psychopathology. The few studies of personal construct psychology in depression have focused on the content of self-constructs and cognitive complexity. The purpose of this study was to examine the construct system in depressed patients by investigating the relation of(More)
Ankylosing spondylitis is a disease process that causes inflammatory changes of the involved joints. Often the first clinical indication of the condition is lumbosacral pain and discomfort with limited range of motion. Progressive synovial changes eventually involve all of the axial joints including the temporomandibular joint. Although temporomandibular(More)