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This is the second article in a nine-part series describing the Principles of Nursing Practice developed by the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) in collaboration with patient and service organisations, the Department of Health, the Nursing and Midwifery Council, nurses and other healthcare professionals. This article discusses Principle A, the provision of(More)
Duplications of distal 8p with and without significant clinical phenotypes have been reported and are often associated with an unusual degree of structural complexity. Here, we present a duplication of 8p23.1-8p23.2 ascertained in a child with speech delay and a diagnosis of ICD-10 autism. The same duplication was found in his mother who had epilepsy and(More)
The clinical and radiological features of 12 knees (10 patients) with congenital absence of the anterior cruciate ligament are presented. The high frequency of this condition in association with other more easily recognised congenital abnormalities of the knee is discussed. It is concluded that congenital absence of the anterior cruciate ligament is more(More)
  • Andrew Leigh, Kathy Crewe, +13 authors Kennedy School Review
  • 2001
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