Veerasathpurush Allareddy

Romesh P. Nalliah7
Min Kyeong Lee3
Alexandre T. Rotta2
7Romesh P. Nalliah
3Min Kyeong Lee
2Alexandre T. Rotta
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BACKGROUND Despite the increasing usage and popularity of chiropractic care, there has been limited research conducted to examine the professional relationships between conventional trained primary care physicians (PCPs) and chiropractors (DCs). The objectives of our study were to contrast the intra-professional referral patterns among PCPs with referral(More)
OBJECTIVE The objectives of the current study are to provide nationally representative estimates of hospital based emergency department visits (ED) attributed to self inflicted injuries and attempted suicides among children in United States; and to identify potential methods of such intentional self inflicted injuries and attempted suicides. METHODS The(More)
  • Mohamed I Masoud, Hussain Y A Marghalani, Mohamed Bamashmous, Najlaa M Alamoudi, Douaa El Derwi, Ibrahim M Masoud +2 others
  • 2015
BACKGROUND The purpose of this study was to predict the annual growth rate of the mandible and total anterior facial height using IGF-1 levels together with cervical stage, skeletal classification, and gender. METHODS Twenty-five orthodontic patients (12 females and 13 males) had their cervical stages, blood-spot IGF-1 levels, and cephalometric parameters(More)
Most current dental students were born in the 1980s and 1990s and are defined as Generation Y (Gen Y). The authors developed a customized educational experience that brought together some characteristics of Gen Y and the objective of this educational experience was to develop the critical thinking skills of Gen Y students. The objective of the current study(More)
OBJECTIVES To describe nationally representative outcomes of physical abuse injuries in children necessitating Emergency Department (ED) visits in United States. The impact of various injuries on mortality is examined. We hypothesize that physical abuse resulting in intracranial injuries are associated with worse outcome. MATERIALS AND METHODS We(More)
BACKGROUND With the increasing popularity of chiropractic care in the United States, inter-professional relationships between conventional trained physicians (MDs and DOs) and chiropractors (DCs) will have an expanding impact on patient care. The objectives of this study are to describe the intra-professional referral patterns amongst DCs, describe the(More)
  • Jessica Kay Fuller, Robert N Staley, David Jones, Lina, Moreno Uribe, Fang +4 others
  • 2016
Part of the Orthodontics and Orthodontology Commons Recommended Citation Fuller, Jessica Kay. "Maxillary central incisor crown-root relationships in class I normal occlusions and class III open and deep malocclusions." MS has been approved by the Examining Committee for the thesis requirement for the Master of Science degree in Orthodontics at the May 2015(More)
BACKGROUND The objective of this study was to evaluate long-term clinical and bacterial effects of using 6 g of xylitol per day for 3 months on patients with full fixed orthodontic appliances. METHODS The study was a pilot clinical trial that included 41 subjects who were undergoing orthodontic treatment. The subjects were randomly divided into three(More)
BACKGROUND The aim of this study was to evaluate treatment duration and number of appointments in orthognathic surgery using the surgery-first approach (SFA) and to evaluate the factors associated to these outcomes. METHODS This was a retrospective chart review of consecutively treated patients with SFA at a University clinic and a private practice(More)
OBJECTIVES Periodontal treatment might reduce adverse pregnancy outcomes. The efficacy of periodontal treatment to prevent preterm birth, low birth weight, and perinatal mortality was evaluated using meta-analysis and trial sequential analysis. METHODS An existing systematic review was updated and meta-analyses performed. Risk of bias, heterogeneity, and(More)