Category: Issue 1
Previous studies have established a correlation between empathy and burnout among healthcare providers. The aim of this study is to explore whether empathy – the ability to understand what another person is experiencing,...
Evolution over 11 years of the characteristics of walk-in patients at the emergency department of a university hospital in Brussels
Walk-in patients who do not require urgent treatment at an emergency department (ED) are a known and long-standing problem. This study aims to investigate the characteristics of walk-in patients visiting the ED over time. During...
Glomus tumors are frequently associated with pain, tenderness and cold sensitivity. We report the diagnosis and successful surgical management of a case of a classic glomus tumor in a young woman. The clinical diagnosis was made...
This study is aimed to review the applications of Polyether Ether Ketone (PEEK) in dentistry. The increased demand for aesthetics, legislation in some developed countries, few drawbacks with existing materials and clinicians...
Pelvic organ prolapse is a frequent female pathology, often causing a negative impact on the patient’s quality of life. The purpose of this paper is to present the results that we have achieved in 32 patients with...
This study aimed to assess the masticatory efficiency in patients with a removable dental prosthesis, presenting different systemic, oral and prosthetic states while chewing different foods. The study was conducted on a...
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