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Ulnar Nerve Compression at the Elbow Caused by a Prominent Medial Head of the Triceps and an Anconeus Epitrochlearis Muscle
A number of musculo-tendinous variations around the medial epicondyle have been alleged to cause ulnar nerve compression. Subluxation of the ulnar nerve, a “snapping” separate medial head of triceps,Expand
Inconsistency in Roman Epic: Studies in Catullus, Lucretius, Vergil, Ovid and Lucan
How should we react as readers and as critics when two passages in a literary work contradict one another? Classicists once assumed that all inconsistencies in ancient texts needed to be amended,Expand
Virgil's style
Coleridge's famous question, 'If you take from Virgil his language and metre, what do you leave him?', is often taken to mean there is little but style to praise in Virgil, and Coleridge does speakExpand
Somnia Ficta In Lucretius And Lucilius
In CQ n.s 32 (1982), 237, Howard Jacobson comments on Lucretius' expression fingere somnia , for which he can find only two parallels, both later than Lucretius. He suggests that the phrase can bestExpand
Ulnar neuropathy at the wrist associated with aberrant flexor carpi ulnaris insertion.
A 36-year-old man who sustained an industrial hyperextension injury of the wrist complained of dysesthesia and pain in the ulnar nerve distribution, aggravated for months by wrist movement untilExpand
An intratendinous epidermoid cyst after trauma.
A 55-year-old man with an enlarging mass in the proximal segment of a finger, which had been previously traumatized, had removal of a large epidermoid cyst embedded in the fascicles of a repairedExpand
Death and the Optimistic Prophecy in Vergil's AENEID
Here James O'Hara shows how the deceptive nature of prophecy in the Aeneid complicates assessment of the poem's attitude toward its hero's achievement and toward the future of Rome under AugustusExpand