Phillip J. Turner

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Mobile electronic commerce (m-commerce) is an emerging manifestation of internet electronic commerce that bridges the domains of Internet, mobile computing and wireless telecommunications in order to provide an array of sophisticated services (m-services) to mobile users. To date, much of the research in the area has concentrated on the problem of service(More)
This commentary will discuss the use of the "stroke window" settings in the evaluation of CT head examinations and advocate their more widespread use in patients who present with neurological symptoms in addition to patients with suspected stroke. We present examples of the use of stroke windows, which revealed subtle abnormalities that were not readily(More)
Mobile electronic commerce (m-commerce) is an emerging manifestation of internet electronic commerce that bridges the domains of Internet, mobile computing and wireless telecommunications in order to provide an array of sophisticated services (m-services) to mobile users. In such an open market place, the flexible exchange of m-services will necessarily be(More)
OBJECTIVE To compare the postoperative donor site morbidity and alveolar bone graft results following two different techniques for iliac crest bone graft harvest: a closed (Shepard's osteotome) and an open (trapdoor flap) technique. DESIGN A retrospective review of two cohorts of alveolar bone grafts performed from 1998 to 2004 in Birmingham Children's(More)
Computed tomographic arthrography (CTA) of the shoulder is currently the best investigation of the unstable shoulder. 47 patients had CTA in the prone oblique position to assess its ability to demonstrate both anterior and posterior capsular mechanisms simultaneously. The first five patients were also scanned supine oblique to allow direct comparison with(More)
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