W O Milburn

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Rotation of the eyeballs about the visual axis due to head tilt, counterocular torsion, can provide information relevant to the neuro-otologic status. Measurement of these reflexive movements, however, involves several difficulties. Two methods are examined: determinations by a behavioral afterimage technique are compared with those of a photographic method(More)
Over the past 30 years, several Manual Codes on English have been developed in the United States. Unlike American Sign Language, which is a language independent of English, manual codes of English were designed to specifically reflect English and are signed in English word order. The first such system to appear during this time frame was Seeing Essential(More)
Persons with diminished or absent vestibulo-ocular reflexes (VORs) are thought to have difficulty with ocular stabilization during sufficiently rapid head movements. This suggests the hypothesis that labyrinthine defective individuals might have impaired visual abilities when in a moving motor vehicle. Ten licensed drivers likely to have abnormal VORs were(More)
A scheme for dealing with cases of non-accidental injury in children in the Derby clinical area has been operating since 1971. A stable team of doctors, policemen, and social workers deal with each case. The parents are told at once that battering is suspected, and the police and social services department co-operate closely in establishing the facts,(More)
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