Beverley Bradley

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In a series of 80 consecutive knee replacements, pre-operative scout scans of the femur were taken and the angle between the slope of the worn femur and the mechanical axis was measured. At surgery the angle of the distal femoral cut was adjusted to make it perpendicular to the mechanical axis. Post-operative scans revealed that 97.5% of femoral components(More)
A retrospective review of fractures of the tibial shaft treated in patellar-tendon bearing (PTB) casts shows that a high rate of union, in respect of both time required and numbers, and a low morbidity can be expected. The method is easy to apply. In those patients who had the casts applied early, once swelling had settled down, the fractures united more(More)
There can be several reasons why a pregnant patient may receive a radiological examination. It could have been a planned exposure, or the exposure might have resulted from an emergency when a thorough evaluation of pregnancy was impractical. Sometimes the pregnancy was unsuspected at the time of the examination and, with younger women being diagnosed with(More)
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