verse in honour of Dr. JJ, whose love of life included comedy and the music of poetry ...
Authors' Note: In fact, Syd has the right idea. Current therapy for the Jones fracture (which occurs due to repeated twisting stress in dancers and tennis or basketball players) includes surgical placement of a screw that binds the two fragments, to eliminate the possibility of bone non-union that complicated earlier forms of treatment. In cases where surgery is not selected, treatment usually consists of an external cast and avoidance of weight-bearing for six weeks.
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Dr JJ, in tub at reader's left, 1947
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