Sidney L Bourgeois

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The management of complex maxillofacial injuries sustained in modern warfare or terrorist attack has presented military surgeons with a new form of injury pattern previously not discussed in the medical literature. The unique wounding characteristics of the IED, the portability of the weapon platform, and the relative low cost of development make it an(More)
A patient presented 48 hours after falling and sustaining facial fractures and was evaluated in an outpatient setting. The patient had been seen at 2 other hospitals, including a level I trauma center, and discharged home. While undergoing evaluation for his facial trauma, the patient became severely hypotensive. The patient was diagnosed with a delayed(More)
Biologic agents have been used throughout history to influence battles. Recently, biologic agents have been used as terrorist weapons. A review of the history of biologic weapons and a medical overview of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Category A and B agents is provided, including history, pathogenesis, clinical presentation,(More)
With advancements in diagnosis and treatment for lymphoma, it is important that physicians be up to date in the management of these lymphoproliferative disorders, their associated complications, and the complications of treatment. The importance of a thorough examination of the oro-facial complex and neck on all patients cannot be overemphasized. Oral and(More)
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