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2006Etiologic theories of idiopathic scoliosis: enantiomorph disorder concept of bilateral symmetry physeally-created growth conflicts and possible preventionBurwell, R.; Freeman, B.; Dangerfield, P.; Aujla, R.; Cole, A.; Kirby, A.; Pratt, R.; Webb, J.; Moulton, A.
2006Patterns of extra-spinal left-right skeletal asymmetries in adolescent girls with lower spine scoliosis: relative lengthening of the ilium on the curve concavity & of right lower limb segmentsBurwell, R.; Aujla, R.; Freeman, B.; Dangerfield, P.; Cole, A.; Kirby, A.; Pratt, R.; Webb, J.; Moulton, A.
2008Ultrasound femoral anteversion (FAV) relative to tibial torsion (TT) is abnormal after screening for adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS): evaluation by two methodsBurwell, R.; Aujla, R.; Kirby, A.; Moulton, A.; Dangerfield, P.; Freeman, B.; Cole, A.; Polak, F.; Pratt, R.; Webb, J.
2006Etiologic theories of idiopathic scoliosis: the breaking of bilateral symmetry in relation to left-right asymmetry of internal organs right thoracic adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS) and vertebrate evolutionBurwell, R.; Dangerfield, P.; Freeman, B.; Aujla, R.; Cole, A.; Kirby, A.; Pratt, R.; Webb, J.; Moulton, A.
2008Ultrasound femoral anteversion (FAV) and tibial torsion (TT) after school screening for adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS)Burwell, R.; Aujla, R.; Kirby, A.; Moulton, A.; Dangerfield, P.; Freeman, B.; Cole, A.; Polak, F.; Pratt, R.; Webb, J.
2007Is there a role for selective anterior instrumentation in neuromuscular scoliosis?Tokala, D.; Lam, K.; Freeman, B.; Webb, J.
2007C7 decancellisation closing wedge osteotomy for the correction of fixed cervico-thoracic kyphosisTokala, D.; Lam, K.; Freeman, B.; Webb, J.
2007Hemiresection of the distal ulna by means of pronator quadratus interposition and volar stabilizationBain, G.; Heptinstall, R.; Webb, J.; Madsen, P.