Harold O. Horsfall

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A case of total hip arthroplasty through a direct lateral approach is described. The patient had a markedly positive Trendelenburg test at follow-up. Radiographs showed features consistent with the denervation of the gluteus medius. This was confirmed on CT scan. The standard post-operative radiograph following a total hip replacement may suggest(More)
OBJECTIVE : To develop a generic methodology for the online assessment of medical education materials available on the World Wide Web and to implement it for pilot subject areas. DESIGN An online questionnaire was developed, based on an existing scheme for computer-based learning material. It was extended to involve five stages, covering general(More)
Fine needle aspiration is routinely performed as part of the assessment of thyroid nodules. It is generally regarded as a very safe procedure, though rarely significant bleeding can occur in its aftermath. A 79-year-old female was referred for assessment of an incidental thyroid nodule which had been identified on computed tomography of the chest and(More)
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