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Over the past twenty years there has been a shift towards non-operative management (NOM) for haemodynamically stable patients with abdominal trauma. Embolisation can achieve haemostasis and salvage organs without the morbidity of surgery, and the development and refinement of embolisation techniques has widened the indications for NOM in the management of(More)
With conventional CT scans, alterations of morphology on repeated examinations can only be appreciated if significant, because identical slice positions are impossible to achieve. The authors have developed a simple and accurate method of repositioning the head not requiring conventional stereotactic head fixation and suitable for the outpatient situation.
This multicentre study aimed to assess compliance of the reporting environment with best ergonomic practice and to determine the prevalence of musculoskeletal symptoms related to working as a radiologist. All 148 radiology trainees and consultants in 10 hospitals across the region were invited to complete a musculoskeletal symptoms and reporting ergonomics(More)
Some anatomical aspects of the blood supply of the brains of mammals have been examined to illuminate their functions. A fundamental explanation of sudden infant death syndrome (cot death) is suggested following experimental observations. Speculative contributions have been made to comparative physiological ideas concerning mammals of pronograde and erect(More)
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