Tzu-Wei Wei

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Chronic sclerosing sialadenitis typically involves the submandibular gland. It usually occurs in the middle-aged and elderly adults with a slight male predominance. Recent evidences have suggested that it is an entity of IgG4-related sclerosing disease and has distinct histopathological features, such as a dense lymphoplasmacytic infiltrate, sclerosis and(More)
Research indicates that approximately 17% of individuals with intellectual disability engage in hand-mouthing behavior. The proportion is even higher among those with extremely severe intellectual disability. Stereotypic and excessive hand-mouthing behavior may lead to an unpleasant odor, lesions of the skin and muscular tissues, and infections. Typically,(More)
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