Kaeli W Yuen

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The neuropeptide oxytocin (OT) promotes social behavior and attenuates stress responsivity in mammals. Recent clinical evidence suggests OT concentrations may be dysregulated in major depression. This study extends previous research by testing whether: 1) OT concentrations vary systematically in depressive disorders with and without hypercortisolemia, 2)(More)
195 Hong Kong Chinese employees from a single company participated in a 10-month longitudinal study on the effects of various modes of delivery of oral hygiene messages on their gingival health. Subjects were allocated to one of the following modes of oral hygiene education: (1) personal instruction; (2) self-education manual; (3) video; (4) a combination(More)
This is a descriptive study to establish the profile of 120 consecutive patients seeking relief from symptoms and dysfunction of the masticatory system at the Dental Clinic, Singapore General Hospital from February 1988-September 1988. The mean age of the patients was 29.4 years and females outnumber males by 2:1. The patients complained of TMJ clicking(More)
The purpose of this study was to assess the post-traumatic sequelae and treatment outcome and the corresponding prognostic factors at the initial emergency visit. Over a 5-year period, the authors collected case records from 129 dental trauma patients. These patients had been referred subsequent to receiving emergency treatment after office hours at the(More)
The cell surface carbohydrate profile of formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded tissue sections of normal and neoplastic epithelium was evaluated using 9 plant lectins. Three lectins, namely Con A, RCA and WGA, showed a similar pattern and staining intensity from normal epithelium to metaplastic squamous epithelium and nasopharyngeal intraepithelial neoplasia(More)
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