Tamar Shlezinger

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The cervical lead shield was compared with the conventional lead apron with regard to efficiency of protection against radiation during a full-month survey (fourteen periapical and two bitewing radiographs). The study was performed on a Temex tissue-equivalent human phantom, and thermoluminescent dosimetry was used to measure radiation absorption in the(More)
In this work we have followed 64 patients suffering from OME (otitis media with effusion) who had ventilating tubes (VT) introduced between 1967 and 1971. In 82 ears (78.8 per cent of cases) recovery and improvement were observed. In one of the ears, a long-standing perforation was noted. In 11 cases (10.5 per cent), after more than 10 years, further(More)
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