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Manual palpation (MP) is commonly used for the assessment of patients with neuromusculoskeletal dysfunction. During assessment of lumbo-pelvic disorders in particular, it may be used not only to explore pain and resistance in the region, but also to evaluate the symmetry and movement quality of the area. Whilst reliability of MP has been extensively(More)
A clinical study was undertaken to determine the incidence of the dumping syndrome following partial gastrectomy and Roux-en-y gastrojejunostomy. Twenty-three patients were scored according to a clinical diagnostic index. There were no dumpers identified. A theoretical explanation for these findings is offered. A Roux-en-y conversion should be considered(More)
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