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Volume 28, Number 1

January 1999

The Philosophical Basis of the Experimental Method

The application of the experimental approach to Science and Medicine has its roots in the 16th century. William Harvey (1578-1657), who demonstrated the passage...

Microvascular Lung Tissue Oxygenation—A Methodological Study in the Pig

Although the lung is mostly referred to as a respiratory organ it also exhibits a variety of metabolic functions, e.g. uptake, storage and/or synthesis...

The Results of Autogenous Tibial Periosteal Transplants for Full Thickness Cartilage Defects in the Knee Joints of Pigs

Articular cartilage injuries to the knee are commonly seen by team doctors, sports physicians and orthopaedic surgeons. Despite many clinical as well as experimental...

A Simple Method of Blood Pressure Measurement in the Pig Using a Neonatal Cuff

Blood pressure is an important parameter commonly measured in experimental studies using animal models. Various non-invasive techniques to monitor blood pressure have been described...

Use of Titanium Prosthesis to Bridge a Vertebral Gap in the Spine—A Preliminary Experimental Study

Bridging a vertebral gap in the spine is one of the commonest problems facing the spine surgeon after dealing with a tumour, infection or...