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Features of central sensitisation in patients with shoulder pain : A feasibility study
Design. A case-control feasibility study, comparing people with unilateral shoulder pain and pain free controls. Background. Previous studies have suggested that central sensitisation (CS) may be present in people with ...
CHIMPS: Physical properties of molecular clumps across the inner Galaxy
The latest generation of high-angular-resolution unbiased Galactic plane surveys in molecular-gas tracers are enabling the interiors of molecular clouds to be studied across a range of environments. The CHIMPS survey ...
ATLASGAL -- physical parameters of dust clumps associated with 6.7 GHz methanol masers
We have constructed the largest sample of dust-associated class II 6.7 GHz methanol masers yet obtained. New measurements from the the Methanol MultiBeam (MMB) Survey were combined with the 870 $\mu$m APEX Telescope Large ...
Towards Scalable Measures of Quality of Interaction: Motor Interference
Motor resonance, the activation of an observer's motor control system by another actor's movements, has been claimed to be an indicator for quality of interaction. Motor interference as one of the consequences of the ...
Imaging drugs, metabolites and biomarkers in rodent lung: a DESI MS strategy for the evaluation of drug-induced lipidosis
Within drug development and pre-clinical trials, a common, significant and poorly understood event is the development of drug-induced lipidosis in tissues and cells. In this manuscript, we describe a mass spectrometry ...
Therapy-based exercise from the perspective of adult patients: a qualitative systematic review conducted using an ethnographic approach
Objectives: Many patients do not meet recommended levels of therapy-based exercise. This review aims to explore how adult patients view being prescribed therapy-based exercise, the information/education they are given and ...
Transitioning Out of Professional Sport: The Psychosocial Impact of Career-Ending Non-Musculoskeletal Injuries Among Male Cricketers From England and Wales
The purpose of this study was to document the lived experiences professional cricketers who had encountered a career-ending non-musculoskeletal injury. Three male cricketers each with over nine years of playing experience ...
Historical review of ‘the higher-density housing agenda and the “urban renaissance”’
A review article exploring a notable paper from the Institute of Civil Engineers journals' back catalogue.
The knowledge and learning needs of health professionals in providing support for parents of premature babies at home: A mixed-methods study
Premature babies and their families often require on-going community-based care after discharge from the neonatal unit. Parents themselves have identified the need for health professionals to understand the specific needs ...
Endophenotypes of executive functions in obsessive compulsive disorder? : A meta-analysis in unaffected relatives
Endophenotypes are mediator traits between genetic influences and clinical phenotypes. Meta-analyses have consistently shown modest impairments of executive functioning in obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) patients ...