An arthroplasty of the cervical spine using a spherical metal prosthesis is descriptionbed which preserves the mobility of the intervertebral joints, thus obviating the inherent disadvantages of all fusion procedures.
Atrophy of the intrinsic muscles of the feet is cited as the prime factor in the production of foot disabilities and deformities encountered among civilized races, particularly among female members.
The results of treatment of injuries to the flexor tendons within the digital theca will depend on the following factors:
Internal fixation, where practicable, combined with anterior intervertebral-body fusion is advised for acute unstable fractures and dislocations of the cervical spine.
An analysis is presented of 50 patients requiring re-exploration of the lumbosacral area after surgery for prolapsed intervertebral disc.
The clinical features, anatomy and pathology of tennis elbow are discussed.