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  • 1.   A comparison of strain and fluid shear stress in stimulating bone cell responses--a computational and experimental study

    The aim of this study was to test the hypothesis that bone cells respond differently to 0.6 Pa fluid shear stress and 1,000 mu(epsilon) substrate strain stimulation because of qualitative and quantitative differences in cellular deformation

    Faseb J, Vol: 19 Page: 482-4 March 2005
    J. G. McGarry; J. Klein-Nulend; M. G. Mullender; P. J. Prendergast

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  • 2.   Abnormalities in the uninvolved lower limb in children with spastic hemiplegia: the effect of actual and functional leg-length discrepancy

    The aim of this study was to assess the pattern of gait in children with spastic hemiplegia and a leg-length discrepancy, particularly in relation to the uninvolved limb.

    J Pediatr Orthop, Vol: 20 Page: 88-92 2000 Jan-Feb
    P. E. Allen; A. Jenkinson; M. M. Stephens; T. O'Brien

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  • 3.   Automatic detection of gait events using kinematic data

    The aim of this study was to examine an algorithm which automatically determines the transitions between stance and swing phase of gait using kinematic data recorded by a motion capture system, which is routinely used in gait analysis laboratories.

    Gait Posture, Vol: 25 Page: 469-74 March 2007
    C. M. O'Connor; S. K. Thorpe; M. J. O'Malley; C. L. Vaughan

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  • 4.   Corneal hysteresis and intraocular pressure measurement in children using the reichert ocular response analyzer

    The aim of this study was to examine corneal hysteresis in children with normal eyes and congenital glaucoma and assess intraocular pressure (IOP) measurement with the Reichert Ocular Response Analyzer (RORA)

    Am J Ophthalmol, Vol: 142 Page: 990-2 December 2006
    C. Kirwan; M. O'Keefe; B. Lanigan

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  • 5.   Factors associated with pelvic retraction during gait in cerebral palsy

    The aim of this study was to examine factors associated with pelvic retraction during gait in cerebral palsy

    Gait Posture, Vol: 25 Page: 425-31 March 2007
    R. O'Sullivan; M. Walsh; A. Jenkinson; T. O'Brien

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  • 6.   Functional data analysis of joint coordination in the development of vertical jump performance

    The aim of this study was to describe functional data analysis of joint coordination in the development of vertical jump performance

    Sports Biomech, Vol: 6 Page: 199-214 May 2007
    A. J. Harrison; W. Ryan; K. Hayes

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  • 7.   Functional data analysis of knee joint kinematics in the vertical jump

    The aim of this study was to examine functional data analysis of knee joint kinematics in the vertical jump

    Sports Biomech, Vol: 5 Page: 121-38 January 2006
    W. Ryan; A. Harrison; K. Hayes

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  • 8.   Hangman's fracture caused by suspected child abuse. A case report

    This case report discusses a case of traumatic Hangman's fracture in a child under the age of 3 years and the only case where there is a strong probability of child abuse

    J Pediatr Orthop B, Vol: 11 Page: 329-32 October 2002
    R. K. Ranjith; J. H. Mullett; T. E. Burke

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  • 9.   The use of accident reconstruction for the analysis of traumatic brain injury due to head impacts arising from falls

    The aim of this study was to reconstruct and analyse real world cases of accidental head injury

    Comput Methods Biomech Biomed Engin, Vol: 9 Page: 371-7 December 2006
    M. C. Doorly; M. D. Gilchrist

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