Audrey Camilleri

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  • A P Camilleri
  • 1981
A study is made of the obstetric performance of 2791 Maltese women in relation to their stature, the height of almost two-thirds of these mothers was 5 ft. or less. It is confirmed that today the shorter woman continues to carry a higher risk of low birth-weight, cesarean section, low Apgar score, and a bad obstetric history. It should be remembered that(More)
The aims of this study were to investigate the association of unerupted incisors with other dental anomalies and to indicate the aetiological and clinical relevance of such associations. Forty-one patients with unerupted incisors were examined. The group comprised 30 males and 11 females, ranging in age from 7 to 39 years. The patients were assessed for(More)
Two hundred and fifty two cases of fracture of the humeral shaft have been treated by the authors, half conservatively by mobilisation against the chest wall and half surgically. The main surgical procedures were plating, nailing without reaming, fascicular intramedullary pinning, or external fixation. Conservative treatment gave satisfactory results(More)