Jeremy Pugh

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Recent debate on records of southern midlatitude glaciation has focused on reconstructing glacier dynamics during the last glacial termination, with different results supporting both in-phase and out-of-phase correlations with Northern Hemisphere glacial signals. A continuing major weakness in this debate is the lack of robust data, particularly from the(More)
  • Jeremy Pugh
  • Bulletin of the Hospital for Joint Diseases
  • 1976
Biomechanics and biomaterials of bone, joints, and implants has been presented in an overview manner with the use of selected examples. The musculoskeletal system is a living, dynamic entity that is constructed so that changes in mechanics, if the body does not have time to compensate, can lead to major problems over a period of time. The mechanics of the(More)
A cementable endosteal blade implant has been developed and evaluated. Inherent in the design are the following factors: minimization of stress concentrators, ease of implantation, and high resistance to loosening. Other potential advantages of this design as compared with conventional endosteal blade implants include reduced hazards of postoperative(More)
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