Mats Haverling

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The underlying mechanism responsible for bone resorption in chronic otitis media with or without cholesteatoma is not sufficiently well documented. Certain areas in the middle ear are affected more often than others. The most frequent site of bony erosion in the ossicular chain is the long process of the incus. The mineral content of the ossicular chain was(More)
Everyday physical activity previously has been shown to affect serum digoxin concentrations. Standardized rest in the supine position increases outpatient serum digoxin levels 0% to 75%. The present study comprising 56 outpatients treated with digoxin was undertaken to elucidate the clinical importance of a standardized period of rest before collection of(More)
This study correlated radiographic observations and histologic findings of submandibular glands with the diagnosis of salivary calculus and/or chronic sialoadenitis. During a 15-year period eighty-eight patients satisfied clinical requirements by having a radiographic examination performed prior to gland extirpation. Salivary calculi were present in 83% of(More)