Marla B. Hall

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Changing the dissection technique for gaining access to the temporomandibular joint decreased the incidence of facial nerve injury from 25% to 1.7%. This decrease can be attributed to the elimination of both development of a skin flap and dissection of tissue overlying the lateral capsule. Normal anatomic variation in the distribution of facial nerve(More)
The relationship between residential segregation and overweight/obesity among African-American adults remains unclear. Elucidating that relationship is relevant to efforts to prevent and to reduce racial disparities in obesity. This article provides a critical review of the 11 empirical studies of segregation and overweight/obesity among African-American(More)
The effects of nitrous oxide/oxygen and oral diazepam, administered individually and in combination, on memory and psychomotor coordination were evaluated. Forty healthy adult volunteers (53% male) were randomly assigned to one of four conditions: (1) 100% oxygen and placebo, (2) 50% nitrous oxide/50% oxygen and placebo, (3) 100% oxygen and 20 mg diazepam,(More)
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