Mark Barry

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Variations in regional renal blood flow have been implicated in a variety of disease states. Many techniques have been developed in an attempt to accurately assess these changes. The microsphere technique is the most widely used method at the present time. This technique allows focal measurements to be performed, but there is a conflict between the(More)
The application of computer-aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM) techniques in the clinic is growing slowly but steadily. The ability to build patient-specific models based on medical imaging data offers major potential. In this work we report on the feasibility of employing laser scanning with CAD/CAM techniques to aid in breast reconstruction. A(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine the prevalence of tooth size discrepancies (TSDs) in an Irish orthodontic population among different malocclusion groups. MATERIALS AND METHODS From 850 pretreatment sets of orthodontic models at a university clinic, 240 were selected with 30 female and 30 male sets for each malocclusion (Class I, Class II division 1, Class II(More)
BACKGROUND To determine the relationship between clinically significant tooth size discrepancies (TSD) and archform classification in orthodontic patients. MATERIAL AND METHODS Eighty teeth with artificial white spot lesions were randomly divided into four groups: (A) distilled and deionized water, (B) Nd:YAG laser, (C) CPP-ACP crème, & (D) CPP-ACP plus(More)
OBJECTIVE To compare mean anterior (AR) and mean overall (OR) tooth size ratios, prevalence of clinically significant tooth size discrepancies (TSDs) and correlation between AR and OR in subjects with Class II division 1 and Class III malocclusion treated by surgical-orthodontic or orthodontic means. DESIGN Retrospective, cross-sectional. SETTING(More)
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