Joshua Manning

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We studied 40 patients who underwent reconstruction for chronic anterior cruciate ligament deficiency with a Dacron ligament prosthesis using a modified MacIntosh over-the-top technique, augmented with iliotibial band. Thirty patients had undergone at least 1 prior surgical procedure on the affected knee, but only 7 patients had previous anterior cruciate(More)
Personality traits are stable predictors of many life outcomes that are associated with important decisions that involve tradeoffs over time. Therefore, a fundamental question is how tradeoffs over time vary from person to person in relation to stable personality traits. We investigated the influence of personality, as measured by the Five-Factor Model, on(More)
The ProHeat(trade mark) reusable hot pack is being used increasingly as a substitute for the standard hydrocollator steam pack. This study evaluated the effects of these two modalities on skin temperature. Seventeen subjects were studied during separate 30-minute applications of a ProHeat pack with a wet barrier, a ProHeat pack with a dry barrier, a(More)
The purpose of this study was to compare the effects of wearing the Aircast(TM) Sports Stirrup, Aircast(TM) Training brace, Swede-O(TM) brace, and DonJoy(TM) Ankle Ligament Protector while running an agility course. Eighty-five high school athletes with no history of ankle injury and no experience in wearing any ankle support served as subjects. Each(More)
We investigated differences in the intrinsic functional brain organization (functional connectivity) of the human reward system between healthy control participants and patients with social anxiety disorder. Functional connectivity was measured in the resting-state via functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). 53 patients with social anxiety disorder(More)
The frontal-striatal reward network is involved in many reward-related behaviors, including decision-making and those related to psychiatric disease. One important class of decisions involves the conflict between immediate rewards and delayed gratification. Temporal discounting preferences reflect how a person makes decisions that involve tradeoffs over(More)
BACKGROUND Urinary and fecal incontinence in females are both common and distressing conditions. Because common pathophysiologic mechanisms have been described, an association between the two would be expected. The aim of this study was to determine whether patients with lower urinary tract dysfunction have concomitant fecal incontinence when compared with(More)
Ligamentous injuries of the ankle are usually benign and may be managed satisfactorily by nonoperative measures. This is not true, however, of the Maisonneuve variant. In this paper we present a case report of a high school athlete who sustained a Maisonneuve fracture dislocation of the ankle. The diagnosis was missed initially, because of an incomplete(More)
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