Mazen Khoury

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Seventy temporomandibular joint arthrograms of 49 patients with symptoms of internal joint derangement were reviewed. Twenty-three of these arthrograms (33%) were abnormal but atypical for anteriorly dislocated meniscus. The lower temporomandibular joint space had a well-defined edge located inferiorly, which was attributed to pressure from a(More)
The traumatic rupture of the thoracic aorta is a severe and life-threatening entity. The incidence of penetrating trauma to the aortic arch is not known, because most patients die of haemorrhage even before they receive adequate treatment. Clinical signs of such injuries include external or internal haemorrhage, bruit, distal pulse deficit, neurological(More)
INTRODUCTION Myxomas are the most common benign tumors of the heart. They vary widely in size, and little is known about their growth rate. The present case report is, we believe the first in bibliography that provides images of an apical left ventricular myxoma from transthoracic echocardiography and computed tomography scans taken a year apart. CASE(More)
An aphasic patient presented with suppression of spontaneous speech, correct repetition, and disturbed comprehension and denomination. The association of a lesion on CT scanning affecting the deep regions of the left hemisphere, and extinction of the right ear to dichotic audition, leads to a discussion of the role of the right hemisphere in remaining(More)
Electrophysiological studies of the cutaneous reflexes during avoidance reaction of the arms demonstrate more particularly the presence of facilitation of late reflex responses and stimultaneous activation of flexor and extensor muscles. The avoidance reaction is not the inverse electrophysiological image of pathological prehension, as it produces, at least(More)
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