A. P. Mancini

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Arthrodesis of the hip is thought to achieve satisfactory clinical and functional results in the adult despite the loss of articular mobility involved (Santori et al., 1986; Russel, 1987; Weber, 1987). Over the long term, however, most patients develop secondary degenerative arthritis in the spine, contralateral hip, and knees due to overloading. The(More)
Prostate maldevelopment in prune-belly syndrome has only been described at necropsy. No reports are available in the "in vivo" studies. The absence of the verumontanum at voiding cystourethrography correlates with verumontanum and prostate hypoplasia. This radiographic sign can represent the earliest finding in prostate maldevelopment and might contribute(More)
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