Dawson Hancock

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Six hundred and twelve patients with closed spinal injuries are described. The incidence of various types of fracture and fracture-dislocation and the degree of reduction achieved by postural reduction is analysed in relation to the initial and late neurological lesions. The average time that the patients were kept in bed is given for the various types of(More)
Further examples of congenital narrowing of the spinal canal in the lumbar and cervical regions are presented. It is implied that the condition is a nosological entity. Neurogenic intermittent claudication often accompanies the lumbar variety; the diagnosis in the cervical region is, however, radiological. The similarity to some of the features of(More)
A refractive index gradient detector is presented as a universal detector in the microbore high-performance liquid chromatography analysis of carbohydrates. Simultaneously, low-ng and low-ppm injected quantities of carbohydrates were detected at the 3 x root-mean-square baseline noise level. A typical microbore high-performance liquid chromatography(More)