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Excerpt from An Inquiry Into the Difficulties Encountered in the Reduction of Dislocations of the Hip This being decided upon, Dr. Willard attempted reduction of the right luxation, but failed, and sent the patient to the Presbyterian Hospital, as there were no beds at the Howard Hospital at the : Oscar Huntington Allis.

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An inquiry into the difficulties encountered in the reduction of dislocations of the hip An inquiry into the difficulties encountered in the reduction of dislocations of the hip by Allis, Oscar H.

(Oscar Huntingdon), Publication date Allis, Oscar H. An Inquiry Into the Difficulties Encountered in the Reduction of Dislocations of the Hip.

(Philadelphia. ) - The Samuel D. Gross Prize Essay Octavo. pages, illustrated in. An inquiry into the difficulties encountered in the reduction of dislocation of the hip O.H. Allis Verletzungsklassifikationen und opera-tive zugä bei hü und -fracturen.

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Allis OH: An inquiry into the difficulties encountered in the reduction of dislocations of the hip. JAMA. XXVI /jama A manual of fractures and dislocations.

Experimental arthritis induced by intraarticular injection of allogenic cartilaginous particles into rabbit knees. Arthritis Rheum. ;–8. An inquiry into the difficulties encountered in the reduction of dislocations of the hip.

Volgas DA, Giordano V, Stannard JP. A review of the treatment of hip dislocations associated with. 1 Dr.

Oscar H. Allis has given the clearest exposition of dislocations of the hip with which we are acquainted in his Gross Prize Essay entitled," An Inquiry into the Difficulties Encountered in the Reduction of Dislocations of the Hip," Philadelphia, The etiologies of hip conditions are traumatic, congenital, developmental, and infectious, in that order.

Infections, both pyogenic and tuberculous, frequent before the days of antibiotic therapy, now are seldom seen except where adequate medical care is lacking.

Title(s): An inquiry into the difficulties encountered in the reduction of dislocations of the hip. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Philadelphia, Description: xv, p.

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Gross prize essay." Author's autograph presentation copy. NLM ID: R[Book]. Dislocations are joint injuries that force the ends of your bones out of position. The cause is often a fall or a blow, sometimes from playing a contact can dislocate your ankles, knees, shoulders, hips, elbows and can also dislocate your finger and toe joints.

Allis, Oscar H. An Inquiry Into the Difficulties Encountered in the Reduction of Dislocations of the Hip. (Philadelphia. ) - The Samuel D. Gross Prize Essay Octavo. pages, illustrated in text.

Hardcover. Bound in blue cloth-covered boards. Stamped in blind on boards and gilt on spine. Strengthening by grain-size reduction (I) Small angle grain boundariesare not very effective in blocking dislocations.

High-angle grain boundariesblock slip and increase strength of the material. A stress concentration at end of a slip plane may trigger new dislocations in an adjacent grain. Grain boundary barrier to dislocation motion: slip plane.

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ISBNAllis, Oscar H. (Oscar Huntingdon), An inquiry into the difficulties encountered in the reduction of dislocations of the hip. (Philadelphia, ) (page images at HathiTrust). Dislocations are a very common injury.

In this lesson, you'll get to learn the definition of a dislocation, causes, symptoms, and treatment of this injury. The number of dislocations in a sample of material affects the ease of diffusion of impurities through the sample.

Yes No c The diffusion of impurity atoms in a sample of a material affects the ease of motion of dislocations under an applied stress. Open-ended questions. The following questions are not provided with answers, but intended to.

The hip-joint, like the shoulder, is a ball-and-socket joint, and, like it, moves in all main function of the shoulder is mobility, but the functions of the hip are mobility and support. To give the necessary support and security, the band-like ligaments uniting the bones are strong and the extent of the movements is restricted.

Macalister ("Text Book of Human Anatomy," p. Cells change to start to form new bone and cartilage. Other cells start to remove old, dead bone.

Mass of cells, immature bone and cartilage The immature or "woven" bone becomes more mineralised and movement decreases. Dislocations & plastic deformation • Cubic & hexagonal metals - plastic deformation by plastic shear or slip where one plane of atoms slides over adjacent plane by defect motion (dislocations).

• If dislocations don't move, deformation doesn't occur. Chapter 7 - 4 Dislocation Motion. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page.

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