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Dental general anesthesia: clinical characteristics of 933 patients.

@article{Vermeulen1991DentalGA,
  title={Dental general anesthesia: clinical characteristics of 933 patients.},
  author={Monique Vermeulen and Frans Vinckier and Johan Vandenbroucke},
  journal={ASDC journal of dentistry for children},
  year={1991},
  volume={58 1},
  pages={
          27-30
        }
}
To initiate a study on the usefulness of dental treatment with general anesthesia, we investigated clinical characteristics of 933 patients who received total oral rehabilitation using general anesthesia at the Department of Restorative and Pediatric Dentistry of the University Hospital Leuven, Belgium. The median age of the patients was 10 years. The overall male-to-female ratio was 53 to 47. The principal indications for treatment using general anesthesia were rampant caries, fear, and a… 
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