C. Leet Palk

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The greatest population of amputees in developed nations are elderly dysvascular transtibial amputees. Conventional prostheses, e.g. the solid ankle cushioned heel (SACH) foot, create difficulties in walking on inclines. The aim of this study was to analyse the gait characteristics of elderly amputees walking on an incline, through quantitative(More)
In an article in the British Medical Journal of 4th December, 1915, Major A. Neve, f.r.c.s.e., showed some skiagrams of bone disease in an early case of leprosy, in which the aid of the Rontgen rays was most useful in making a diagnosis, where all the usual symptoms were absent. It would be a great advance, and of immense assistance both in drafting the(More)
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