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In undergoing this life, many people always try to do and get the best. New knowledge, experience, lesson, and everything that can improve the life will be done. However, many people sometimes feel confused to get those things. Feeling the limited of experience and sources to be better is one of the lacks to own. However, there is a very simple thing that(More)
During several meetings of the ISPO, especially in Dundee in 1972 and Montreux in 1974 the members became aware of the confusion existing in the field of the nomenclature of congenital limb deficiencies. They agreed that it was desirable to create a new terminology which could be internationally acceptable. A working group was called into life for this(More)
  • D W Lamb
  • The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American…
  • 1977
Based on a review of the embryology, genetics, and anatomy of radial club hand, it is suggested that damage to the apical ectoderm on the anterior aspect of a developing limb bud leads to the deformity. Study of the families of thirty-five children with radial club hand suggested that the condition is not genetically patterned. The anatomical findings and(More)
Bone cysts are a well recognised radiological feature of advanced osteoarthritis (Plewes 1940, Brailsford 1952). They are seen frequently in relation to the hipjoint in both acetabulum aild femur, but it is perhaps not always appreciated how numerous and extensive they may be. The present study attempts to correlate the radiological and pathological(More)
ANATOMY The anatomical course of the ulnar nerve renders it particularly vulnerable at the elbow and at the wrist. At both sites the nerve or its terminal branches pass through narrow canals in which small space-occupying lesions may exert pressure. As the nerve crosses the elbow it passes from the extensor aspect of the arm into the flexor mass of the(More)
A kindred of 15 affected individuals in five generations is described with autosomal dominant inheritance of bilateral five-fingered hand. Some of them had additional pre-axial polydactyly of the fingers or toes and some had partial or complete absence of the tibia. The range of expression of the gene is variable and genetic advice to these families must(More)