James Ransome

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Knowledge of variations in normal human thigh musculature is important for the interpretation of various clinical and biomedical investigations. In this study, cross-sections from whole thighs of 34 cadavers were analyzed qualitatively and morphometrically. Sections were cut from right and left limbs at three levels in the region often used for muscle(More)
  • J Ransome
  • 1977
(1) With a modern impedance bridge and X-Y recorder, it is possible to obtain a great deal of information, not only on the nature of conductive lesions, but also on the site of sensorineural lesions. It is even possible now, using a white noise stimulus, to obtain an estimate of the pure tone hearing threshold, and since this is not only an objective test,(More)
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