Julie M. Hamilton

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A new method of excision of submental skin and fat with modified Z-incision affords easy excision, wide exposure, and simple closure. Thirty-two patients over an 18-year period have had satisfactory results with inconspicuous scars. Modification of platysma muscles and subplatysmal fat excision are facilitated by the wide exposure. Use of this method has(More)
Principal-components analysis of 44 items from the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) identified as neurologically related was conducted on profiles obtained from 196 individuals with head injury. Four principal factors, that accounted for 36.5% of the total variance, were extracted. The first factor was composed of items tapping attention(More)