Clive P. Duncan

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The arthroscopic anatomy of the hip has been studied using a number of portals. Both distraction and positioning are necessary to allow insertion of instruments, and to allow exposure of the important anatomical structures. The internal anatomy of the hip joint is described in detail based on the arthroscopic view from the different portals. This study(More)
The anatomy of the autonomic sympathetic vasomotor nerve supply of bone was studied in rabbits by methods of histochemistry, and fluorescent and electron microscopy. Our observations show that the intraosseous vessels are richly supplied by adrenergic nerves. The large primary nerves are located on or about the surface of the vessel; the medium sized(More)
To examine how catecholamines influence cell replication in the developing brain, we examined regional [3H]thymidine incorporation into DNA after acute challenge with an alpha-adrenergic blocking agent (phenoxybenzamine) or a beta-blocker (propranolol). Phenoxybenzamine inhibited DNA synthesis in 1-day-old rat pups but the effect was less pronounced at 8(More)
Purpose. Limb-sparing surgery combined with radiation treatment has become the accepted treatment for patients with high-grade soft-tissue sarcoma. Adjuvant radiation was not routinely used at this institution for patients with clear margins after surgery.This retrospective review analyses the outcome of this group of patients.Patients and methods. Patients(More)
Global metabolic insults such as ischemia/hypoxia, damage neural cells through release of excitatory amino acids and their subsequent actions at the N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor. NMDA receptors are highly expressed in neonatal rat brain, and the current study examines the effects of receptor blockade with MK-801 on DNA synthesis under normoxic and(More)
Faculty members, graduate students, undergraduate majors, and introductory psychology students checked those names they recognized in the list of 228 deceased psychologists, rated for eminence, provided by Annin, Boring, and Watson. Mean percentage recognition was less than 50% for the 128 American psychologists, and less than 25% for the 100 foreign(More)
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