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Despite the substantial number (2419) of published papers about "TMD" and "occlusion," there are still controversy and contradictory opinions on the interaction between "occlusion" and "temporomandibular disorders."
Gick et al., "Impact of body mass index on long-term mortality in women and men undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention for chronic total occlusion," International Journal of Cardiology, vol.
Ducournau, "Strategy for the management of macular edema in retinal vein occlusion: the European VitreoRetinal Society macular edema study," BioMed Research International, vol.
The practitioner subsequently occludes the normally deviating eye for one or two seconds and then removes the occlusion, instructing the patient to use peripheral awareness to obtain single vision.
Expansion of blood flow reperfusion and recovery of myocardial contractility is caused due to recanalization of total occlusion vessels and main function of PCI is therapeutic only.
(2.) Zou Y, Zhang X, Zhang J, Ji X, Liu Y Factor V G1691A is associated with an increased risk of retinal vein occlusion: a meta-analysis.
Each group was studied according to two protocols (I - without occlusion after SHG and II - with occlusion after SHG).
It is now possible to produce combinations of viral variants that are occluded together within occlusion bodies that possess insecticidal properties greater than those of the initial genotypes or wild-type isolates from which they originated.
(1,2) These trials have revolutionized the treatment algorithm for large-vessel occlusion in many institutions.