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The purpose of this investigation was to assess the method proposed by Skieller, Björk, and Linde-Hansen in 1984 to predict mandibular growth rotation. Our sample consisted of 40 randomly selected, untreated, adolescent subjects representative of the patient population generally encountered in orthodontic practice. The four independent variables identified(More)
Although panic disorder (PD) and generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) have similar somatic symptoms, panic attacks with chest pain and/or palpitations may seem more likely to be mistaken for heart attacks because of their acute onset. One would therefore expect that PD patients are more likely than GAD patients to seek cardiological consultations. In a survey(More)
OBJECTIVE This study examined the combined effectiveness of clozapine and a comprehensive inpatient psychosocial rehabilitation program on the clinical functioning and aggressive behaviors of patients with chronic schizophrenia. METHODS Two groups of 11 subjects each were selected from among patients being treated in the social learning program at Fulton(More)
This paper describes a wireless sensor network prototype with the use of reconfigurable hardware for airliner cabin environment research. Commercial airplane passengers and crews breathe a mixture of outside and re-circulated air, similar to many homes and offices. But the cabin environment is unique, due to the proximity of the passengers, the need for(More)
OBJECTIVES Several interview studies have suggested that panic disorder (PD) exists in patients with angiographically normal coronary arteries (NCA). Interview studies require corroboration by other studies in order to validate them. The purpose of this study is to test whether response to the inhalation of 35% CO2 reliably discriminates between PD and(More)
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