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A MAN'S SHADOW
A MAN'S SHADOW
WH LANE CRAUFORD (Author)

Publisher: WARD, LOCK & Co. LONDON 1951
Format: Hard Cover 218 pages Issue Price 6s. 
 
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AND THEN THERE WERE 9
AND THEN THERE WERE 9
WH LANE CRAUFORD (Author)

Publisher: WARD, LOCK & Co., London 1945
Format: Hard Cover 
 
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AUDIT OF ANKLE INJURIES IN AN ACCIDENT AND EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
AUDIT OF ANKLE INJURIES IN AN ACCIDENT AND EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
PACKER G.J., GORING C.C., GAYNER A.D. and CRAXFORD A.D. (Article authors)

BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL (CLINICAL RESEARCH EDITION) 302 6781 885-887 (1991)

SUMMARY: Using a protocol can, at little expense, improve the treatment of ankle injuries and reduce the cost of radiology in an accident and emergency department. Treatment of other conditions may be improved by introducing a protocol.
 
 
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BROKEN NECKS OF FEMUR IN A PSYCHOGERIATRIC HOSPITAL
BROKEN NECKS OF FEMUR IN A PSYCHOGERIATRIC HOSPITAL
GATES B, FAIRBAIRN A, CRAXFORD A (Article authors)

INJURY 17 6 383-386 (1986)

SUMMARY: We report a prospective study of the results of treatment of fractures of the neck of the femur in 102 patients in a psychogeriatric hospital. The results show that early operation may reduce complications but the aftercare should be in the familiar surroundings of the mental hospital. The costs of this policy are also considered.
 
 
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COMMINUTED COLLES FRACTURES: A PROSPECTIVE TRIAL OF MANAGEMENT
COMMINUTED COLLES FRACTURES: A PROSPECTIVE TRIAL OF MANAGEMENT
SHANKAR N.S. and CRAXFORD A.D. (Article authors)
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery; North Tyneside General Hospital, North Shields, UK

JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS OF EDINBURGH 37 3 199-202 (1992)
(Now called The Surgeon)

SUMMARY: Patients suffering from comminuted fractures of the lower end of the radius were treated by one of two protocols and followed for 6 months. One group was treated by a regime of percutaneous wiring based on the technique described by DePalma. This was compared with the results obtained from the conventional treatment of manipulation and application of plaster of Paris for similar injuries. Final function was found to be closely related to anatomical results and this was obtained earlier and with greater predictability in the wired group. There were statistically significant differences between the two groups at 6 months in extension (P less than 0.001), ulnar deviation (P greater than 0.05), grip strength (P less than 0.001), radial angle (P less than 0.0001), radial length (P less than 0.0001), and dorsal/volar angle (P greater than 0.0001). Using a modified McBride's system of scoring, the results were found to be directly correlated to the anatomical findings at the end of 6 months.
 
 
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DEATH OF AN EXPERT WITNESS
DEATH OF AN EXPERT WITNESS
P.H. POWELL (Author)

Publisher: ROBERT HALE, LONDON 1957
Format: Hard Cover Issue 173pp Price 10s 6d. 
 
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DRAKEMERE MUST DIE
DRAKEMERE MUST DIE
WH LANE CRAUFORD (Author)

Ward Locke & Co., London 1950
Format: Hard cover 
 
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EFFECT OF AN ALGORITHM ON THE TREATMENT OF KNEE INJURIES
EFFECT OF AN ALGORITHM ON THE TREATMENT OF KNEE INJURIES
PACKER G.J., GAYNER A.D., CRAXFORD A.D., CAULLAY J.M. and GORING C.C. (aRTICLE AUTHORS)
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, North Tyneside General Hospital, North Shields, Tyne and Wear, UK.

INJURY 23 4 270-2 (1992)

SUMMARY: An audit was performed of the treatment of patients presenting with acute knee injuries to the accident and emergency department of a district general hospital. This showed that for patients requiring follow-up the majority were reviewed by the casualty officers themselves in the accident department, with the result that definitive diagnosis and treatment for patients with continuing symptoms was often delayed. Once the current treatment had been discussed at an audit meeting, a protocol (in the form of an algorithm) of the treatment of knee injuries was produced. A further audit was performed after the protocol had been in use. This demonstrated that the protocol was effective in encouraging the casualty officers to seek the help of more senior members of staff and also reduced the time taken to definitive diagnosis and treatment.
 
 
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ELEMENTARY, MY DEAR FREDDIE
ELEMENTARY, MY DEAR FREDDIE
WH LANE CRAUFORD (Author)

WARD, LOCK & Co, London 1950
Format: Hard cover 
 
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FATAL MISTAKE
FATAL MISTAKE
P.H. POWELL (Author)

Publisher: ROBERT HALE, LONDON 1956
Format: Hard Cover 174pp Issue Price 9s 6d. 
 
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GENTLEMEN, THE QUEEN
GENTLEMEN, THE QUEEN
WH LANE CRAUFORD (Author)

WARD, LOCK & Co. London 1942
Format: Hard Cover 
 
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HINGED SILASTIC IMPLANTS OF THE GREAT TOE
HINGED SILASTIC IMPLANTS OF THE GREAT TOE
SHANKAR N.S., ASAAD S.S.A, CRAXFORD A.D. (Article authors)

CLINICAL ORTHOPEDICS AND RELATED RESEARCH 272 227-234 (1991)

SUMMARY: Since 1982, hinged silastic implants have been used in the treatment of hallux valgus and hallux rigidus in preference to excision arthroplasty or metatarsophalangeal joint fusion. The results of this treatment in 106 feet in 89 patients are satisfactory to subjective and objective assessment over an average follow-up period of 27.7 months (range, 12-60 months). Hinged prosthesis overcomes the problems associated with resection arthroplasty.
 
 
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INTERNAL ILIAC ARTERY ANEURYSM WITH A TRANS-SACRAL FISTULA
INTERNAL ILIAC ARTERY ANEURYSM WITH A TRANS-SACRAL FISTULA
CRAXFORD A.D.and SHAH B.D. (Article authors)

JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS OF EDINBURGH 26 2 82-85 (1981)
(Now called The Surgeon)

 
 
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JUDY
JUDY
WH LANE CRAUFORD (Author)

WARD, LOCK & Co. London 1933
Format: Hard Cover 256pp 
 
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LITTLE OLAF AND THE BEARS
LITTLE OLAF AND THE BEARS
ARTHUR CRAXFORD (author) with illustrations by HENRY AUSTIN

Publisher: JAMES NISBET & Co. Berner Street, London 1905
Format Hardcover. 112pp 8vo. Cloth backed boards. Illustrated. Initial sale price 1/6d
Copy now resides in the British Library, London: Ref 012808.e.59  
 
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MAIDEN POSIES
MAIDEN POSIES
A collection of verses and drawings by ELSIE JEAN CRAXFORD

THE UTOPIA PRESS, LONDON CIRCA 1930. 8VO, ORIGINAL CLOTH BACKED BOARDS, ILLUSTRATED THROUGHOUT.
Seller Inventory #: 10373
Publisher: THE UTOPIA PRESS, LONDON 1927
Format: Hardcover
 
 
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MANAGEMENT OF THE DEFORMED RHEUMATOID FOREFOOT: A COMPARISON OF CONSERVATIVE AND SURGICAL METHODS
MANAGEMENT OF THE DEFORMED RHEUMATOID FOREFOOT: A COMPARISON OF CONSERVATIVE AND SURGICAL METHODS
CRAXFORD A, STEVENS J, PARK C (Article authors)
University Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle upon Tyne

CLINICAL ORTHOPEDICS AND RELATED RESEARCH 166 121-126 (1982)

SUMMARY: In a retrospective survey of 65 patients who had rheumatoid arthritis, the late results of excision arthroplasty of the forefoot were investigated and compared with nonoperative management. Subjective assessment of foot shape and severity of pain as well as objective changes in gait and deformity were considered. Surgery relieved pain initially, but the recurrence rate of metatarsalgia was high. In those who wore surgical shoes, lack of cosmesis was the most important factor in determining poor compliance. The operation was recommended at random, and there was little difference in the outcomes of nonoperative and surgical treatments. A long-term randomized prospective trial is required to establish the criteria for selection of a management regime.
 
 
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MANUAL ON URBAN AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT
MANUAL ON URBAN AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT
SUESS M.J., CRAXFORD S.R. (Editors)
World Health Organisation Regional Office for Europe
W.H.O. Regional Publications: European Series No.1.

Publisher: W.H.O. Copenhagen Illustrated 224pp 1976 
 
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MONEY FOR JAM
MONEY FOR JAM
WH LANE CRAUFORD (Author)

Publisher: WARD, LOCK & Co. LONDON 1946
Format: Hard Cover 224pp Issue Price: 8s 6d. 
 
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MURDER OF A DEAD MAN
MURDER OF A DEAD MAN
WH LANE CRAUFORD (Author)

Ward Locke & Co., London 1952
Format: Hard cover 222 pages 
 
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MURDER PREMEDITATED
MURDER PREMEDITATED
P.H. POWELL (Author)

Publisher: HERBERT JENKINS, Duke of York Street, LONDON 1958
Format: Hard Cover 222pp Issue Price: 8s 6d 
 
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MURDER TO MUSIC
MURDER TO MUSIC
WH LANE CRAUFORD (Author)

Publisher: WARD, LOCK & Co. LONDON 1936
Format: Hard Cover 256pp 
 
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NO MOONLIGHT
NO MOONLIGHT
P.H. POWELL (Author)

Publisher: W.P.NIMMO, HAY & MITCHELL, LONDON 1950
Format: Hard Cover 203pp Cover price 8/6d
 
 
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NOW LYING DEAD
NOW LYING DEAD
P.H. POWELL (Author)

Publisher: HERBERT JENKINS London 1953
Format: Hard Cover 192pp Issue Price 9s 6d. 
 
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ONE MAN'S MEAT
ONE MAN'S MEAT
WH LANE CRAUFORD (Author)

WARD, LOCK & Co., London 1952
Format: Hard cover 
 
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ONLY THREE DIED
ONLY THREE DIED
P.H. POWELL (Author)

Publisher: SAMPSON LOW, Gilbert Street, LONDON 1951
Format: Hard Cover 218pp Issue Price: 9s 6d. 
 
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PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF CROSS-LINKED POLYETHYLENE FOAM (PLASTAZOTE) UNDER CLINICAL CONDITIONS
PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF CROSS-LINKED POLYETHYLENE FOAM (PLASTAZOTE) UNDER CLINICAL CONDITIONS
MINNS R.J. and CRAXFORD A.D. (Article authors)

JOURNAL OF BIOMECHANICS 17 10 709-712 (1984)

SUMMARY: Cross-linked polyethylene foam (Plastazote) has been used in the management of painful foot disorders occurring in a number of disease processes. A series of mechanical tests have been performed under varying clinically encountered conditions to show a relationship between the deformation of the material and the load applied to it. This has allowed the development of a method of assessment of the footprint impressed in a weight-bearing insole, and may help to clarify the observed results of treatment.

 
 
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PLANTAR PRESSURES AND GAIT PARAMETERS: A STUDY OF FOOT SHAPE AND LIMB ROTATIONS IN CHILDREN
PLANTAR PRESSURES AND GAIT PARAMETERS: A STUDY OF FOOT SHAPE AND LIMB ROTATIONS IN CHILDREN
CRAXFORD A.D., MINNS R.J., PARK P. (Article authors)

JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC ORTHOPAEDICS 4 4 477-481 (1984)

SUMMARY: The most frequent referral diagnosis of childhood to an orthopaedic department is a limb rotational anomaly which manifests itself as either an abnormality of gait or flatfeet. The child is usually asymptomatic, the anxiety being generated in the minds of the parents. One hundred normal children were studied using a Pedobarograph to assess underfoot pressures, and a simple walkway to measure dynamic gait parameters. The results have been correlated with age, and the trends suggest that the pedobarograms may be of use in the prognostication of lower limb rotations. The methods, which are totally noninvasive and can be carried out in the clinic, have the added advantage of reassuring parents that "something is being done."
 
 
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PLATELET FUNCTION REDUCES SIGNIFICANTLY DURING THE MORNING
PLATELET FUNCTION REDUCES SIGNIFICANTLY DURING THE MORNING
MAY J.A., FOX S., GLENN J., CRAXFORD S.J., HEPTINSTALL S (Article Authors)
Thrombosis and Haemostasis Group, Cardiovascular Medicine, University of Nottingham, Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham

PLATELETS 19 7 556-558 (2008) 
 
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POSTERIOR DISLOCATION OF THE ELBOW WITH AN OSTEOCHONDREAL FRACTURE
POSTERIOR DISLOCATION OF THE ELBOW WITH AN OSTEOCHONDREAL FRACTURE
SHANKAR N.S., CRAXFORD A.D. (Article authors)

INJURY 20 1 51-52 (1989)  
 

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