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Satoh K - - 1993
Reduction of the prominent zygomata is occasionally required in aesthetic surgery in Oriental patients. Two approaches to surgical exposure are commonly used; one is oral and the other is coronal. In addition, there are two basic surgical concepts of reduction malar-bone plasty; one is thinning and chiseling the prominent area, ...
Kondo N - - 1993
Although some patients with food-sensitive atopic dermatitis exhibit allergic symptoms to certain raw foods, they do not exhibit or scarcely exhibit allergic symptoms to boiled or cooked foods. In this study, although peripheral blood mononuclear cells responded to raw food antigens (ovalbumin or bovine serum albumin), the proliferative responses of ...
Pardoe E M - - 1993
A multistage dysphagia diet was developed by the nutrition and the speech-language pathology sections of an inpatient rehabilitation unit to meet a growing need for a diet that would allow dysphagic patients to eat safely and to progress to a wider variety of foods as their swallowing function improved. The ...
Hageman M J - - 1993
In a prospective study, 443 patients referred for double-contrast barium enema examination were allocated to one of four regimens consisting of either 24 or 48 hours of clear liquids in combination with a cathartic laxative (magnesium sulfate), an irritant laxative (bisacodyl), and hydration. One regimen from each time group included ...
Kidd K D - - 1993
The philosophy of maximizing patient comfort and enhancing quality of life impacts on all aspects of foodservice in an inpatient hospice setting. The foodservice department's focus in the palliative care environment is to meet patients' physical, psychological, and social needs. The menu incorporates variety and comfort foods to meet the ...
Sampson H A - - 1992
Although immune dysfunction is known to play an integral role in the development of atopic dermatitis, no clear delineation of the underlying pathogenic mechanism(s) responsible for this disorder has been proposed. Several factors are known to trigger flares of atopic dermatitis. In the extrinsic form of this disorder, food and ...
Ferguson J W - - 1992
An investigation was undertaken to assess the reliability of radiographic diagnosis of abnormalities of orthodontic significance in the anterior region of the maxilla from intraoral and dental panoramic tomograph (DPT) views. DPT films of 200 patients were scrutinised by two observers on two separate occasions, who also examined intraoral radiographs ...
Pipko D J - - 1992
This technique affords a simplified alternative to more complicated and expensive treatment of periodontically compromised teeth. It provides the patient with an extended-term prosthesis attached to a single or multiple retained canine. A disadvantage of this technique is that poor hygiene may result in caries or further periodontal breakdown. The ...
Tosti A - - 1992
Chronic paronychia is a condition that is pathologically characterized by spongiotic inflammation; it can be exacerbated by various and concomitant factors. The aim of this study was to assess whether chronic paronychia in food handlers may have clinical, pathologic, and immunohistochemical similarities with immediate contact dermatitis caused by foods. Twenty ...
Madhok R - - 1992
To compare 'Asian' and 'non-Asian' patients' experience of and satisfaction with non-clinical aspects of their hospital care, and to evaluate the effect of subsequent provision of 'Asian' food, we undertook interview surveys of recently discharged adult patients in Middlesbrough. Fifty-two 'Asians' and 52 'non-Asians' matched for sex, age, specialty of ...
Gulya A J - - 1992
Aspartame is a low-calorie food sweetener recently approved by the FDA for general human consumption. One of us (AJG) treated a patient whose symptoms of episodic vertigo and continuous unsteadiness resolved upon ceasing aspartame intake. A literature review revealed that although dizziness has been associated with aspartame intake, no systematic ...
Berryman A A - - 1992
The era of cheap fossil fuels is nearing its end. industrial, agricultural and human pollutants have reached alarming levels in water, soil, air and stratosphere. Consumers no longer tolerate poisons in their food and water, are now concerned with global warming and ozone depletion, and value fields and forests for ...
Black W B - - 1992
A description is given for the fabrication of a stable, versatile surgical obturator prosthesis for the dentate patient. The wrought wire and acrylic resin prosthesis is based on the swinglock concept and allows for simple transition from wire-retained to removable obturation early in patient recovery. By using such a prosthesis, ...
Benjamin B - - 1992
One-hundred-and-fifty-seven children admitted with brucellosis at Abha, Saudi Arabia, were studied prospectively. Ninety-two per cent gave a history of animal contact, usually with sheep or goats, or ingesting raw milk, milk products, or raw liver. Three-quarters of the patients had an acute or subacute presentation with diverse symptomatology: fever (100 ...
Kanerva L - - 1992
A nonatopic female secretary developed hand dermatitis after 1 year of full-time work with telefax paper. Her dermatitis improved on sick leave and vacation and relapsed at work. Patch testing showed allergic reactions to several fragrances, balsam of Peru, colophony and neomycin. In 3 patch test sessions, her own telefax ...
Daly N - - 1992
A new proximal osteotomy for hallux valgus correction, which has several advantages, is presented. These advantages include good stability; ease of rigid, two-point internal fixation; accurate, reproducible correction of the intermetatarsal angle; minimal shortening or elevation of the metatarsal; and early weightbearing. Preliminary results on 12 feet of 12 patients ...
Ryöppy S - - 1992
The exceptionally high prevalence of diastrophic dysplasia in Finland has enabled us to analyse the foot deformities of 102 patients at their first orthopaedic evaluation and classify 204 feet into five categories. The most common finding (43%) was a foot with tarsal valgus deformity and metatarsus adductus; 37% showed either ...
Agata H - - 1992
The proliferative responses of peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC) to food antigens in 22 patients with food sensitive atopic dermatitis were significantly higher than the responses of healthy children and food sensitive children with immediate symptoms. Moreover, the activity of interleukin-2 (IL-2) in supernatants of food antigen stimulated PBMC cultures ...
Rosen R H - - 1992
Five hundred and seventy patients with occupational contact dermatitis (OCD) were seen between 1984 and 1990 at the Skin and Cancer Foundation in Sydney. Data derived from these patients demonstrated that hairdressing, food, construction and the medical industries were the most at risk of OCD. The hairdressing and food industries ...
Oranje A P - - 1992
In atopic dermatitis [AD], not only food consumption, but direct skin-contact too can provoke hypersensitivity reactions. We imitated food immediate-contact hypersensitivity [FICH] to cow's milk, egg, peanut or soy by a skin provocation test. This skin application food test [SAFT] was applied in 91 patients aged up to 5 years ...
Sampson H A - - 1992
Food hypersensitivity is reported to play an immunopathogenic role in atopic dermatitis in approximately one-third of children. In 320 selected children with moderate to severe atopic dermatitis, 63% of children were found to have food hypersensitivity by double-blind placebo-controlled food challenges. Both IgE-mediated mast cell and mononuclear cell activation appear ...
Corli O - - 1992
Although it is commonly accepted that advanced cancer patients often suffer from malnutrition, there is little information available to quantify the extent of undernourishment and variations in food intake during the last weeks of life. To assess these factors, we developed a new method for measuring daily food intake, based ...
Uehara M - - 1992
Radioallergosorbent tests (RASTs) with five common foods were performed in 183 patients with atopic dermatitis. The results showed that about half of the patients had type I allergy to at least one of the five foodstuffs. The RAST results correlated roughly to the severity of dermatitis. In each group of ...
Gstoettner W - - 1992
On the basis of 79 patients with cochlear hearing loss, the statistical distribution of two criteria commonly used in auditory brainstem response audiometry (ABR) was analyzed: the interaural V latency difference (ILD V) and the interaural difference of I-V interpeak interval (ID I-V). The distribution of both criteria was Gaussian. ...
Freeman S - - 1991
OBJECTIVE: To show that prick testing (using fresh samples of the food suspected from the patient's history) and not only patch testing is the appropriate investigation in selected cases of hand dermatitis in patients who spend considerable time handling foods (for example, catering workers, cooks). SETTING: The Contact and Occupational ...
Eastlack M E - - 1991
The purpose of this study was to determine the interrater reliability of videotaped observational gait-analysis (VOGA) assessments. Fifty-four licensed physical therapists with varying amounts of clinical experience served as raters. Three patients with rheumatoid arthritis who demonstrated an abnormal gait pattern served as subjects for the videotape. The raters analyzed ...
Mah J - - 1991
Foot deformity in Apert syndrome is very characteristic and predictable. Progressive synostosis occurs on what is presumably an unsegmented cartilaginous mass. The first ray shortens with medial deviation of the great toe, secondary to growth abnormality and a delta phalanx. The two phalanx digits characteristically go on to fusion, with ...
Fritschy D - - 1991
Discoid meniscus is uncommon and usually affects the lateral meniscus. We present 16 patients (8 male and 6 female) with tears of a discoid lateral meniscus occurring in 1800 arthroscopies. We carried out an arthroscopic partial meniscectomy leaving an intact peripheral rim. This is biomechanically satisfactory and the early results ...
Van Enoo R E - - 1991
Partial tibial sesamoidectomy or sesamoid planing is an alternative to complete sesamoidectomy or nonoperative maintenance of a plantar keratosis. It can be performed through a very small incision and is a relatively uncomplicated, yet effective, procedure for relieving the effects of abnormal shearing forces from a prominent or malpositioned medial ...
Bossert S - - 1991
The effects of 19 meals of different caloric content on slides on palatability and hypothetical duration of consumption were investigated in 7 patients with anorexia nervosa, 17 patients with bulimia nervosa at the beginning and after 8 weeks of hospital treatment. Nine healthy females served as controls. At the beginning ...
Miller M L - - 1991
Anorexic patients typically present major obstacles when beginning psychotherapy, including a tendency to focus concretely on their food- and weight-related symptoms. The author seeks to clarify the meaning of this "concrete attitude" and presents a treatment approach that accepts the anorexic person's "limitations." The case of a 14-year-old anorexic girl ...
Oranje A P - - 1991
Forty children (0-5 years old), presented with immediate contact urticaria, rash and often atopic dermatitis (n = 34). Redness or urticaria around the mouth appearing after consuming cow's milk or egg, were the major complaints in all. These symptoms suggested a food-induced immediate contact reaction, which can be immune-mediated or ...
Rostoker G - - 1991
IgA specific for 7 food and 6 airborne antigens were sought in the serum of 30 adult patients with IgA mesangial nephropathy (IgA GN), 23 with membranous nephropathy (MGN), 20 with idiopathic nephrotic syndrome (INS), 11 with membranoproliferative GN (MPGN) and 22 healthy controls by means of an enzyme-linked immunoassay. ...
Martin A W - - 1991
Two major concerns in the dietary management of the dysphagic patient are to maintain adequate nutrition and to ensure safety during oral feeding. Dysphagic patients require modifications of standard hospital diets. Kitchen or nursing staff must remove from standard diet trays solid foods and liquids that pose swallowing hazards. Training ...
Leichsenring F - - 1991
The present study tried to discriminate acute (n = 25) and chronic schizophrenics (n = 25) from borderline patients (BLP; n = 30) on the basis of deviant verbalizations as assessed by the Holtzman Inkblot Technique (HIT). A 30-card version of the HIT was used. It was possible to separate ...
Fouraker B D - - 1991
Epikeratoplasty is a surgical procedure which modifies the surface topography of the cornea by the addition of a tissue lens. This procedure has been applied to patients with keratoconus, myopia, and aphakia. Several large studies of epikeratoplasty have been conducted which suggest that the procedure be limited to keratoconus and ...
Winograd C H CH Department of Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine, - - 1990
Malnutrition is an important clinical condition leading to increased morbidity and mortality. This report describes an aggressive oral refeeding program of high-caloric foods, which was instituted in severely anorectic patients because of their refusal to eat meals or supplements. After ascertaining a patient's favorite sweet, hospital personnel and family collaborated ...
Lewis D J - - 1990
A creative teaching strategy was implemented to stimulate patients' motivation to incorporate learned dietary concepts into their daily life-style. Thirty-five hemodialysis patients were given a pamphlet that described herbs and spices to enhance the flavor of specific foods and 25 sample seasoning packets for their experimentation. Most stated that the ...
Veien N K - - 1990
More than half of nickel-allergic patients develop secondary eruptions, that is, dermatitis in areas of the skin that are not in obvious contact with nickel-plated items. Similar eruptions occur after placebo-controlled oral challenge with inorganic nickel salts. The possible relationship between ingestion of nickel in food and secondary eruptions in ...
Müller H P - - 1990
Infrequent occurrence of spirochetes and rather low proportions of these organisms have been reported in localized juvenile periodontitis, where periodontal lesions often harbour large numbers of Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans, a suspected principal periopathogen strongly implicated in the pathogenesis of this and other forms of chronic periodontitis. We studied the association of ...
Lankisch P G - - 1990
Levels of total amylase, pancreatic isoamylase, lipase and immunoreactive trypsin were measured in 27 consecutive patients with noncomplicated (methemalbumin negative, no pseudocysts on ultrasound) acute pancreatitis during the acute, subacute, and recovery phases. At the beginning of the recovery phase (no pain, start of oral food intake), amylase and pancreatic ...
Brylowski A - - 1990
A patient in crisis was offered treatment with a major focus on alleviating nightmares using lucid dreaming (dreaming while knowing that one is dreaming). Of sixty-eight non-psychotic patients seen consecutively in a psychiatry emergency room, she was one of 16 (23.5%) found to have a concurrent complaint of nightmares (dream ...
Jones C H CH Department of Psychology, University of British Columbia Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V6T - - 1990
We have collected evidence that a hoarding species of rodent, the Syrian golden hamster (Mesocricetus auratus), uses spatial memory in foraging for food to hoard. Before each trial, we baited the same four arms of a modified seven arm radial maze with sunflower seeds. During the trial we gave each ...
Tosti A - - 1990
This histological and immunohistochemical study of 6 food handlers affected by immediate contact dermatitis due to foods shows that apparently normal skin of patients with this condition presents several histological and immunohistochemical abnormalities. Skin biopsies of normal hand skin showed focal parakeratosis and moderately dense dermal infiltrates. Immunohistochemistry showed an ...
Violi F - - 1989
Factor VII and prekallikrein activities were studied in 37 patients with liver cirrhosis who were in a decompensated state. Sixteen of them died 30-70 days after admission; 21 survived and were discharged after 30-80 days. Seven who died and six survivors had signs of hyperfibrinolysis: factor VII activity differentiated the ...
Dooms-Goossens A - - 1989
Twelve cases of allergic contact dermatitis caused by antiseptic preparations are presented. The reactions resulted not from the active principles but rather from nonoxynols used in the offending substances as nonionic surface-active agents. Nonoxynols are ethoxylated alkyl phenols or nonylphenylethers that conform in general to the formula C9H19C6H4(OCH2CH2)nOH. They have ...
Nethercott J R - - 1989
Of 1346 patients with suspected contact dermatitis examined in Toronto, 10 bakers and 10 food handlers were found to have occupational contact dermatitis. Although not dissimilar in age, years in the trade, or length of illness, men were significantly overrepresented in the population of bakers (100% vs 40%, p less ...
Sampson H A - - 1989
Patients with hypersensitivity to food documented by a double-blind, placebo-controlled oral food challenge have been reported to have a high rate of release of histamine from basophils in vitro. To determine whether patients with atopic dermatitis and food hypersensitivity had similar high rates of spontaneous histamine release in vitro, whether ...
Burks A W - - 1989
Peanuts, along with milk and eggs, have been documented to account for approximately 80% of adverse reactions to foods in patients with atopic dermatitis. Over the past 3 years, we have evaluated 71 patients with atopic dermatitis, ranging from mild to severe in nature. These patients were initially evaluated by ...
Kawamura J - - 1989
A study concerning subjective symptoms of spasms which occur during 24 hours was carried out in 13 quadriplegic patients. All had spasms. Tonic and clonic spasms occurred involving their limbs and trunk. Extensor spasms occurred more often in the lower limbs than in the upper limbs. The duration of spasms ...
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