Roger W. Mayne

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A large public service organization was concerned with protection of its customers against hazards associated with furniture tipping in public use concourses. Because no injury experience was available for analysis, hazard patterns for tipping accidents were developed from an observational study of public interaction with the furniture. For each hazard(More)
A case of macrognathia secondary to renal osteodystrophy in a dialysis patient is presented. The case reviewed demonstrates a variety of radiographic and histopathologic features, some of which resemble fibrous dysplasia and others suggestive of Paget's disease of bone. This article contains diagnostic criteria for differentiating renal osteodystrophy from(More)
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