1. Corridors of trivia

    The Lancet 386(10002):1440 (2015)

  2. A fictional avatar

    The Lancet 386(9991):331 (2015)

  3. Credence, clear water, Revival

    The Lancet Psychiatry 2(3) (2015)

  4. Subarachnoid hemorrhage and the female sex: analysis of risk factors, aneurysm characteristics, and outcomes.

    Journal of Neurosurgery 121(6):1367 (2014) PMID 25216063

    The pathophysiology of aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage (aSAH) is unclear. Sex may play a role in the outcome of patients with aSAH. The authors retrospectively identified 617 patients with aSAH (April 2005 to February 2010) and analyzed sex differences in risk factors (age, hypertension, smok...
  5. A kaleidoscopic imagination

    The Lancet 384(9951):1338 (2014)

  6. Written on the body

    The Lancet 384(9949):1177 (2014)

  7. Wide horizons

    The Lancet 383(9926):1377 (2014)

  8. Drama to promote social and personal well-being in six- and seven-year-olds with communication difficulties: the Speech Bubbles project.

    Perspectives in Public Health 134(2):101 (2014) PMID 23300231

    This paper focuses on an innovative intersection between education, health and arts. Taking a broad definition of health it examines some social and psychological well-being impacts of extended collaborations between a theatre company and children with communication difficulties. It seeks to tes...
  9. Imagining a post-pandemic world

    The Lancet 383(9912):117 (2014)

  10. Salter-Harris II forearm fracture reduction and fixation using a buttress plate.

    BMJ Case Reports 2014 (2014) PMID 24488665 PMCID PMC3912392

    Distal radius fractures are common injuries in children. Those that affect the growth plate (physis) need to be managed carefully as inadequate management may lead to long-term deformity and a reduction in function. However, different management strategies all have drawbacks and controversy exis...
  11. Shine again

    The Lancet 382(9902):1397 (2013)

  12. A book of last things

    The Lancet 382(9893):677 (2013)

  13. The Zambian wildlife ranching industry: scale, associated benefits, and limitations affecting its development.

    PLoS ONE 8(12):e81761 (2013) PMID 24367493 PMCID PMC3867336

    The number and area of wildlife ranches in Zambia increased from 30 and 1,420 km(2) in 1997 to 177 and ∼6,000 km(2) by 2012. Wild ungulate populations on wildlife ranches increased from 21,000 individuals in 1997 to ∼91,000 in 2012, while those in state protected areas declined steeply. Wildlife...
  14. Rapid reacquisition of native phoneme contrasts after disuse: you do not always lose what you do not use.

    Developmental Science 14(5):949 (2011) PMID 21884311

    Infants attune to their birth language during the second half of infancy. However, internationally adopted children are often uniquely required to attune to their birth language, and then reattune to their adoptive language. Children who were adopted from India into America at ages 6-60 months (...
  15. Wyburn-Mason syndrome: a case report.

    International Ophthalmology 28(6):437 (2008) PMID 17938868

  16. The eye and Down's syndrome.

    British journal of hospital medicine (London, E... 69(11):632 (2008) PMID 19069263

    Down's syndrome is a common genetic abnormality that can affect most parts of the eye. Common ocular features are described, as well as those which cause reduced vision, requiring referral to an ophthalmologist.
  17. Sinonasal teratocarcinosarcoma.

    American Journal of Clinical Oncology 27(1):29 (2004) PMID 14758130

    Sinonasal teratocarcinosarcoma (SNTCS) is a distinctly rare tumor characterized by a variegated histologic architecture of epithelial and mesenchymal components. By reported accounts, SNTCS is a highly malignant tumor displaying rapid, aggressive growth. Prognosis is poor: less than 45% of all p...