Andrew J. Dunn

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The objective was to retrospectively record the CT and MRI features and healing patterns of acute, incomplete stress fractures of the pars interarticularis. The CT scans of 156 adolescents referred with suspected pars interarticularis stress fractures were reviewed. Patients with incomplete (grade 2) pars fractures were included in the study. Fractures were(More)
PURPOSE Obesity is a common consequence in patients with tumors of the hypothalamic region and of related treatment in children. Much less information is available on adult patients and long-term survivors. The aims of this study were to estimate the prevalence of obesity in adult patients with acquired structural hypothalamic damage and to define the(More)
The relationship between external shoulder impingement and rotator cuff disease has been the subject of much research, but the theories of cause and effect remain controversial. Patients with symptoms of external impingement are referred for imaging to identify bony abnormalities of the coracoacromial arch and associated bursal and rotator cuff disease.(More)
To study and characterise the MR imaging findings of lesions of the anterior interosseous nerve (AIN). Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings of the forearm of ten patients referred to our institution with suspected AIN lesions were retrospectively studied. Five healthy volunteers with normal forearm MRI findings formed a control group. Two(More)
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