Paul B Carter

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We present the results of a retrospective series of 41 Sauve-Kapandji procedures carried out for complications of fractures of the distal radius. All the operations were undertaken by one surgeon with a mean follow-up of 32 months. A total of 37 patients was available for clinical review. The indications for surgery were pain on the ulnar side of the wrist(More)
Tissue damage caused by six different adjuvants incorporated in a Haemophilus pleuropneumoniae vaccine was compared in swine. The adjuvants compared were four mineral oil compounds, one peanut oil compound and aluminum hydroxide. Inoculations were given in the neck, quadriceps and semitendinosus muscles. The mineral oil adjuvants were highly irritant and(More)
In recent years there has been a resurgence of interest in the concept of hip resurfacing. Much of this interest has stemmed from the work of McMinn in the West Midlands. Hip resurfacing is now emerging as a viable alternative to conventional hip replacement. In this article, we discuss the conceptual advantages offered by hip resurfacing and review the(More)
A method of obtaining expanded differential spectra of staphylococcal strains for comparative studies is described. Some differences found through the comparison of a large number of strains isolated from humans, turkeys, and other hosts are shown. No spectral characteristics that would associate a particular strain with its host were discerned. Differences(More)
Crude chemical fractions, homogenates, and whole cells of Mycoplasma bovis were tested for serological reactivity using agar gel diffusion, ring precipitation, indirect hemagglutination, inhibition of growth inhibition (IGI), and complement-fixation (CF) tests. Only the IGI and the CF tests gave sensitive and reproducible serological information.(More)