Terry L Daniel

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The diagnosis of traumatic atlantooccipital dislocation (AOD) from the cross-table lateral radiograph is difficult because of problems in demonstrating the complex anatomy of this area and the intricate radiographic methods used to diagnose AOD. Although CT or polytomography seem to be the most accurate diagnostic methods, it is often the lateral radiograph(More)
Dental implants have been used to provide orthodontic anchorage. This article provides an overview of the Straumann Orthosystem implant system (Institut Straumann, Waldenburg, Switzerland) and its application, including the anatomy of the bony palate and contiguous structures. Considerations in placement of the Orthosystem implant include the avoidance of(More)
Swyer-James syndrome is a pulmonary condition acquired following bronchiolitis obliterans early in life. Clinically characterized by repeated bouts of pulmonary infections, Swyer-James syndrome is characterized radiographically by a unilateral small, hyperlucent lung that demonstrates diminished arterial supply to the involved lung, air-trapping, and(More)
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