Megan Wynne-Jones

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The present study was conducted on 1510 persons between 1 December 1973 and 31 December 1980. Of these, 1478 (97.9 per cent) were traced by questionnaire. Of those traced, 1252 were male and 226 were female. There were 194 deaths of whom 160 were male and 34 female. The main causes of death are cardiovascular, renal, respiratory, suicide and neoplastic.(More)
Spinal cord injury resulting in paraplegia or tetraplegia has from time immemorial led to early death. Mortality figures as high as 80 per cent over a few years have been noted.Following World War II as a consequence of the intensive care extended to these casualties, the mortality has been significantly diminished. The mortality has been studied on three(More)