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  • Markus Kobel, Oscar Nierstrasz, Horst Bunke, Tudor Gˆırba, Michele Lanza, Markus Kobel Rosenweg +4 others
  • 2005
We live in a world where we are surrounded with information technology. The software systems around us are countless. All of those systems have been written once and must be maintained today. While a system evolves it becomes difficult to maintain. We use reengineering tools today to simplify maintenance tasks. With the support of such tools we can change(More)
INTRODUCTION This article presents the case of a 26-year-old woman with tongue cancer. The median age at the diagnosis of the tongue's cancer is 61 years. Only approximately 2% of patients are diagnosed before the age of 35. CASE PRESENTATION Our patient survived acute myeloid leukemia (AML) before her second year. She had been having recurrent, poorly(More)
INTRODUCTION Gossypiboma (foreign body granuloma) in the tooth socket as a complication of tooth removal is rare. Several cases of gossypiboma have been reported after orthopedic, abdominal, otorhinolaryngology, or plastic surgery, but there has been only one reported case after oral surgery. CASE PRESENTATION A 42-year-old Caucasian German-speaking Swiss(More)
  • Zell, Lu Leiter, Arbeit, Stéphane Ducasse, Oscar Nierstrasz, P Messerli +34 others
  • 2005
Inheritance is well-known and accepted as a fundamental mechanism for reuse in object-oriented languages. Unfortunately, the main variants — single inheritance, multiple inheritance, and mixin inheritance — all suffer from conceptual and practical problems related to software reuse and robustness with respect to changes. In a first part of this thesis, we(More)
BACKGROUND Survival and success rates of tooth transplantations even after long follow-up periods have been shown to be very high. Nevertheless, it is important to analyse factors potentially influencing these rates. The aim of this study was to assess the influence on success of potential factors. METHODS The research was based on a retrospective(More)
The operation technique and the results after occipital correction in children with plagiocephaly and scaphocephaly are reported. The indication for the intervention is provided by aesthetic and functional considerations. The outcome is very good; the growth of the skull follows the same range of percentiles as preoperatively and normal mental development(More)
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