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Andrews, Gavin, Lapsley, Helen, March, Lyn, Sanderson, Kristy, & Simonella, Leonardo (2006) Evidence-Based Medicine is Affordable: The Cost-Effectiveness of Current Compared with Optimal Treatment in Rheumatoid and Osteoarthritis. Journal of Rheumatology, 33(4), pp. 671-680.
Klein, Travis, Malda, Jos, Sah, Robert, & Hutmacher, Dietmar (2009) Tissue engineering of articular cartilage with biomimetic zones. Tissue Engineering, 15(2), pp. 143-157.
Nix, Sheree, Vicenzino, Bill, Collins, Natalie, & Smith, Michelle (2012) Characteristics of foot structure and footwear associated with hallux valgus : a systematic review. Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, 20(10), pp. 1059-1074.
Nix, Sheree, Vicenzino, Bill, & Smith, Michelle (2012) Foot pain and functional limitation in healthy adults with hallux valgus : a cross-sectional study. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 13(1), p. 197.
Pearcy, Mark J., Crawford, Ross W., Schuetz, Michael, Adam, Clayton J., Goss, Benjamin G., & Hutmacher, Dietmar W. (2007) Orthopaedics and Trauma Queensland Annual Report 2007. (Unpublished)
Tones, Megan J. & Moss, Nathan D. (2007) The impact of patient self assessment of deformity on HRQL in adults with scoliosis. Scoliosis, 2(14).
Wearing, Scott, Smeathers, James, Sullivan, Patrick, Yates, Bede, Urry, Stephen, & Dubois, Philip (2007) Plantar Fasciitis: Are Pain and Fascial Thickness Associated with Arch Shape and Loading? Physical Therapy, 87(8), pp. 1002-1008.
Wearing, Scott C., Smeathers, James E., Urry, Stephen R., Sullivan, Patrick M., Yates, Bede, & Dubois, Philip (2010) Plantar enthesopathy : thickening of the enthesis is correlated with energy dissipation of the plantar fat pad during walking. The American Journal of Sports Medicine, 38(12), pp. 2522-2527.