G. Hunter

Learn More
Three-dimensional (proton) magnetic resonance microimages of a number of extracted teeth (both healthy and carious) were obtained using a Bruker AM300WB magnetic resonance spectrometer fitted with a Bruker microimaging attachment. Full data sets have been acquired as 90-micron 3 voxels to enable high-quality full-surface (external and internal)(More)
Background. Describing the frequency, severity, and causes of sports injuries and illnesses reliably is important for quantifying the risk to athletes and providing direction for prevention initiatives. Methods. Time-loss and/or medical-attention definitions have long been used in sports injury/illness epidemiology research, but the limitations to these(More)
While the research base is limited, studies have consistently reported poor oral health in elite athletes since the first report from the 1968 Olympic Games. The finding is consistent both across selected samples attending dental clinics at major competitions and more representative sampling of teams and has led to calls from the International Olympic(More)
  • 1