Anna Wharton

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A retrospective study of 567 patients treated for surgical stage I endometrial cancer was undertaken to resolve the controversy over the significance of malignant peritoneal cytology findings in early-stage disease. Twenty-eight women (4.9%) had peritoneal cytology positive for malignant cells. Comparisons were made between the groups with positive and(More)
The aim of this study was to determine the reliability of peroneal latency between trials and to compare the right and left sides in healthy subjects. A dual platform trapdoor was constructed to tilt the right or the left ankle by 30 degrees in the frontal plane. Electromyography recorded the onset of peroneal activity in response to this perturbation, and(More)
Dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) represents the second commonest cause of dementia in the elderly following Alzheimer's disease (AD). Whilst the presence of Lewy bodies is essential, DLB shares with AD the presence of senile plaques (SP), but neurofibrillary tangles (NFT) are not a necessary feature. The apolipoprotein E (APO E) epsilon4 allele is the most(More)
Thirty-five patients with 36 displaced distal femoral fractures (16 AO-type C2 and 19 AO-type C3) were treated with an anterior approach and double plating and followed for an average of 7 (3–44) months. Bone grafting with allograft and demineralized bone matrix was used. Postoperative therapy included immediate ROM and non-weight bearing for 12 weeks. Two(More)
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