William C. Webster

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Significant limb length inequality is not an uncommon problem after total hip replacement. Preoperative measurement of limb length inequality, preoperative planning with radiographic templates, and intraoperative correction with measurements of limb lengths before and after the insertion of the trial components using special calipers can reduce the(More)
a self-propelled, floating, prepositioned base that would accept cargo from aircraft and container ships, and discharge resources to the shore via a variety of surface vessels and aircraft.2 All platforms would provide personnel housing, equipment maintenance functions, vessel and lighterage cargo transfer, and logistic support for rotary wing and short(More)
Despite much interest in the effects of exercise on the myocardium, and the need to develop animal models which mimic conditions leading to cardiac hypertrophy, little attention has been focused on the trained racing greyhound. The current study compared two groups of anesthetized trained racing greyhounds (a total of 20 animals, 12 of whom were maintained(More)
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