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Dr Richard Holleyman
Ajay Malviya
Comparison of early outcomes of arthroscopic labral repair or debridement A STUDY USING THE UK NON-ARTHROPLASTY HIP REGISTRY DATASET2022
Dr Richard Holleyman
Ajay Malviya
Hip arthroscopy for femoroacetabular impingement is associated with significant improvement in early patient reported outcomes: analysis of 4963 cases from the UK non-arthroplasty registry (NAHR) dataset2022
Dr Richard Holleyman
Professor James Mason
Dr Simon Jameson
Ajay Malviya
Ceramic Bearings Are Associated With a Significantly Reduced Revision Rate in Primary Hip Arthroplasty: An Analysis From the National Joint Registry for England, Wales, Northern Ireland, and the Isle of Man2021
Dr Richard Holleyman
Ajay Malviya
Periacetabular Osteotomy for Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip and Femoroacetabular Impingement: A Study Using the U.K. Non-Arthroplasty Hip Registry (NAHR) Data Set2020
Dr Richard Holleyman
Dr Kenneth Rankin
Image guided surgery for removal of deep foreign bodies and soft tissue tumours using portable ultrasonography2019
Dr Richard Holleyman
Professor David Deehan
Dr Mark Shirley
Paul Baker
Staphylococcal resistance profiles in deep infection following primary hip and knee arthroplasty: a study using the NJR dataset2019
Dr Richard Holleyman
Ajay Malviya
Methicillin sensitive staphylococcus aureus screening and decolonisation in elective hip and knee arthroplasty2018
Dr Lucy Walker
Paul Baker
Dr Richard Holleyman
Professor David Deehan
Microbial resistance related to antibiotic-loaded bone cement: a historical review2017
Dr Richard Holleyman
Paul Baker
Professor David Deehan
Analysis of causative microorganism in 248 primary hip arthroplasties revised for infection: a study using the NJR dataset2016
Dr Richard Holleyman
Professor David Deehan
Paul Baker
Does pre-operative sampling predict intra-operative cultures and antibiotic sensitivities in knee replacements revised for infection?: a study using the NJR dataset2016
Dr Richard Holleyman
Location, vocation, procreation: how choice influences life expectancy in doctors2016
Dr Richard Holleyman
Paul Baker
Professor David Deehan
Microorganisms responsible for periprosthetic knee infections in England and Wales2016
Dr Richard Holleyman
Dr Susan Scholes
Professor Tom Joyce
Professor David Deehan
Changes in surface topography at the TKR backside articulation following in-vivo service: A retrieval analysis2015
Dr Richard Holleyman
Dr Emma Ritchie
Dr Martin Bone
Professor Tom Joyce
Professor David Deehan
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Reciprocal wear patterns reflect unique patient specific undersurface tribological behaviour in knee replacement2013