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OBJECTIVE Approximately 25% of all general dentists practicing in the United States use a computer in the dental operatory. Only 1.8% maintain completely electronic records. Anecdotal evidence suggests that dental computer-based patient records (CPR) do not represent clinical information with the same degree of completeness and fidelity as paper records.(More)
  • Laura Perez-Campos-Mayoral, Eduardo Pérez-Campos, Edgar Zenteno, Abraham Majluf-Cruz, Eduardo Perez-Ortega, Diana Matias-Pérez +7 others
  • 2014
BACKGROUND Patients with metabolic syndrome (MS) often have increased platelet aggregation. In order to determine which concentration detects a higher level of platelet aggregation in patients with MS, the agonists ADP and epinephrine were compared. METHODS The study included 56 subjects with MS and 53 healthy subjects. Blood pressure, weight, body-mass(More)
OBJECTIVE Develop and validate an initial content taxonomy for patient records in general dentistry. METHODS Phase 1 - obtain 95 de-identified patient records from 11 general dentists in the United States. Phase 2 - extract individual data fields (information items), both explicit (labeled) and implicit (unlabeled), from records, and organize into(More)
  • Itandehui Belem Gallegos, Eduardo Pérez-Campos, Margarito Martinez, Miguel Ángel Mayoral, Laura Pérez, Sergio Aguilar +3 others
  • 2012
Fibroadenomas are benign human breast tumors, characterized by proliferation of epithelial and stromal components of the terminal ductal unit. They may grow, regress or remain unchanged, as the hormonal environment of the patient changes. Expression of antigen TF in mucin or mucin-type glycoproteins and of galectin-3 seems to contribute to proliferation and(More)
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