C. W. S. F. Manning

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OBJECTIVES To determine if there is evidence of abnormal hip joint range of motion (ROM) in youth and senior team professional footballers compared with matched controls. DESIGN A case control study design was used. PARTICIPANTS 40 professional footballers (20 youth and 20 senior team) and 40 matched control subjects. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES Bilateral(More)
2',3'-Dideoxy-5-fluoro-3'-thiacytidine (FTC) is a nucleoside analog that selectively inhibits human immunodeficiency and hepatitis B viruses in vitro. In this study, the preclinical pharmacokinetics of racemic FTC in rhesus monkeys following intravenous and oral administration were characterized. The terminal half-life of FTC was independent of the route of(More)
A survey has been undertaken of the various complications of halo-pelvic distraction in 118 patients with scoliosis prior to spinal fusion. In the first sixty-two patients the standard solid distraction rods were employed. The neurological complications included ten cases of cranial nerve lesions and two cases of paraplegia, one of them permanent. Springs(More)
Two hundred eleven leg lengthening operations have been carried out at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, London, in 192 patients between 1966 and 1977. The results were analyzed in the 143 patients who had reached skeletal maturity. A 5 cm gain in length using Anderson's modification of Abbott's lengthening machine was achieved in 21 femora and 122(More)
This is a review at skeletal maturity of 118 patients treated by spinal fusion for scoliosis due to anterior poliomyelitis at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital from 1958 to 1963 inclusive. The diagnosis was based on a clinical history of febrile illness or respiratory infection in childhood, followed by flaccid paralysis of the muscles of the trunk or(More)