Willis Stinson

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A total of 136 lower limbs from 68 human cadavers were dissected to determine the incidence of the long accessory flexor muscle and its origins and insertions. The muscle was present in 11 of 136 lower extremities (8%) and 9 of 68 cadavers (13%). Five long accessory flexor muscles originated from the tibia and fascia of the deep posterior compartment and(More)
Five patients sustained fractures of the os peroneum after supination and plantarflexion injuries. Two of the injuries involved the knee in hyperflexion and the foot under the buttock. Four of the five were treated with immobilization for 6 weeks. All five required operative excision of the fractured sesamoid 8 months to 8 years after the initial injury.(More)
Four young adults (average age 24 years) presented with complaints of posterior ankle pain after running. Bilateral accessory soleus muscles were diagnosed using magnetic resonance imaging or CT scan. Symptoms were present an average of 3 years before diagnosis. Two patients had previous surgery (ankle arthroscopy, tarsal tunnel release, and leg compartment(More)
Cystotomies were performed on mature guinea pigs using aseptic technique, and one layer closure with polypropylene sutures. It was found that epithelialization over the suture material was completed by 3 days and that epithelialization of the bladder mucosa itself after a mucosa-mucosa approximation was completed within 4 days. The main significance of this(More)
Although supervision is often identified as the vehicle through which the quality of health care services can be assured, it typically receives neither the human nor financial support needed to fully conduct and sustain the necessary supervisory activities. In the current decentralization of health services management occurring in many countries, full(More)
This paper develops an abstract model of software development and then explores its implications for software development environments (SDEs). It explores the automation of engineering, i.e., <i>what</i> to automate, and the engineering of automation, i.e., <i>how</i> to automate. It explains the automation of engineering by deriving basic automation(More)
To support the North Carolina Information Highway network and its services, GTE has developed new capabilities for the integrated management of broadband networks. These include: functionally integrated network management, enabling GTE to monitor and control ATM, SONET, and other related networks in real time, these capabilities are provided by the TelOps(More)