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    In comparing Private borrowing during the financial revolution: Hoare’s Bank and its customers, 1702 – 24 by Temin and Voth with Joint Stock Companies by Carlos, the similarities between the development of the banking system and joint stock companies and their interconnectedness are evident. The early English banking system developed from goldsmiths and merchants. Small partnerships consisting of a few insiders were then formed and resembled modern deposit banks. The banks began to realize that they could loan deposits that they accumulated to earn a return. As noted by Temin and Voth, the largest source of financial revolution in the banking sector was the British government’s ability to tax effectively. The supply of tax revenue allowed…

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    During the European Renaissance, both new wealth from overseas trade and the development of colonial empires made a vast influence on both new business and trade practices. Therefore, it has been the origin of financial dealings that are still used today. Without these practices, Europe’s economic atmosphere would have a completely different outlook. For that reason, the most significant change during the Renaissance was economically because of inflation, joint stock companies, and capitalism.…

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    that are in rehab and particularly for patients with joint pain instead of using injections. There is persistent research as to how thermotherapy and cryotherapy…

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    Biceps Tendon Subluxation Biceps tendon subluxation is an injury to the shoulder area. The biceps muscle is located on the front side of the upper arm. When this muscle contracts, it causes the forearm to bend at the elbow joint. Biceps muscle contraction also assists in raising the arm at the shoulder joint. The place on a muscle where it attaches to a bone is called a tendon. Biceps muscles have three tendons. One tendon attaches at the elbow, and the other two attach at the shoulder. One…

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    Calf Muscle Procedure

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    Calf strains are a very well known problem for runners, soccer and basketball players, gymnasts, and dancers, and even more common in athletes who are advancing in age. The calf muscle consists of nine different muscles; the gastrocnemius, soleus, and plantaris muscles attach onto the heel bone and they all work together to produce the upward and downward motion of the foot (calf raise). The other six muscles cause knee, toe, and foot movements in different directions, however those muscles are…

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    Arthroscopic Knee Surgery

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    smoothly. Arthroscopic knee surgery is the most common orthopedic procedure done in the United States so far. Arthroscopy is considered to be a surgical procedure done by an orthopedic doctor /surgeon, which they examine the internal structure of a joint and all of its’ components. It is considered to be a minimally invasive surgery, not causing much bleeding, and normally done within an outpatient setting (doctor’s office, surgical center). The reason it is done is to hopefully diminish any…

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    Research In 1903, Robert Osgood, a US orthopedic surgeon, and Carl Schlatter, a Swiss surgeon, concurrently described the disease that now bears their names. They found a pattern in which teenagers who are still growing often experience knee pain and inflammation in the area just below the knee and they called it Osgood-Schlatter disease. Teens experience symptoms of this while doing athletic activities or doing some regular exercise like climbing stairs. They feel pain in their knee,…

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    Around 92% of all basketball players will have an ankle sprain at least one time during their playing career. Most basketball injuries are sprains, strains or contusions (muscle damage by impact) meaning the most common injured area for basketball players are either their ankle or knee. Here are the typical injuries found in basketball and what to do if they occur. Sprained Ankle One of the most frequent injuries is when a player rolls their ankle - where the sole of the foot faces inwards.…

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    Arthroscopic elbow fusion Overview Arthroscopic elbow fusion is persistent surgery to stick permanently the elbow with screws, essentially locking the joint in place to reduce pain; a narrow lighted tube with a camera at the end (arthroscope) and other instruments are inserted through several small cuts around the elbow to see the area and help the surgeon performing the surgery. Causes Indication for arthroscopic elbow fusion includes: • Elbow injury. • Chronic sepsis • Elbow rheumatoid…

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    Gamekeeper’s Thumb Reconstructive Surgical Techniques Injury to the UCL ligament of the MCP joint of the thumb can be a very common injury which can lead to long-term problems for patients if untreated. Gamekeeper’s thumb is the chronic version of this injury and Skier’s thumb is a more acute version of this injury. Gamekeeper’s thumb is a rupture of avulsion of the ulnar collateral ligament in the thumb which occurs from repetitive valgus forces to the ligament. In the medical field today…

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