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dc.contributor.authorGray, James Douglas Allanen
dc.date.accessioned2018-03-29T12:16:43Z
dc.date.available2018-03-29T12:16:43Z
dc.date.issued1926
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/1842/29127
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dc.description.abstractGENERAL CONSIDERATIONS. A.Anatomy and Physiology. The growth of "bone, the epiphyseal cartilage, its macroscopic and microscopic appearances. B.Traumata. Varieties, conditions necessary for production, "separation of the epiphyses", the effect of the periosteum, (Schlatter's disease, osteochondritis of the heel, pathological conditions of the navicular tubercle,) relative frequency of occurrence, causation, influence of age, influence of pathological conditions, e.g. rickets, scurvy, congenital syphilis, tuberculosis, suppurative conditions, etc; C.Clinical Features and Complications. D.Diagnosis. E.Sequelae and Prognosis. F.Treatmenten
dc.description.abstractCASES. Reports, X-Ray Photographs and Commentaries: I. Compound Separation of the Upper Epiphysis of the Humerus with Complete Displacement of the Diaphysis, in a boy of 13 years. II. Separation and Anterior Displacement of the Upper Epiphysis of the Radius in a boy of 13 yrs. III. Separation of the Lower Epiphysis and Fracture of the Lateral Condyle of the Diaphysis of the Radius, associated with Compound Fractures of the Radial and Ulnar shafts, in a boy of 14 years. IV. Separation and Anterior Displacement of the Lower Epiphysis of the Femur, in a boy of 14 years. V. Traumatic Genu Valgum, following an injury to the Lower Epiphyseal Cartilage of the Femur, in a man of 22 years.en
dc.publisherThe University of Edinburghen
dc.relation.ispartofAnnexe Thesis Digitisation Project 2018 Block 17en
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dc.titleTraumata of the epiphyses, diaphyses, and epiphyseal cartilages: being a report and commentary on orthopaedic cases treated in the Royal Infirmary of Edinburghen
dc.title.alternativeTraumata of the epiphyses, diaphyses, and epiphyseal cartilages - being a report and commentary on orthapaedic cases treated in the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh: submitted for the Robert Jones Prize in Orthopaedic Surgery & the Pattison Prize in Clinical Surgery, 1926en
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dc.type.qualificationnamePrize Essayen


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