Alfred Bass

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Controversy exists regarding the role of early reduction and stabilization in the management of unstable slipped capital femoral epiphysis. It seems logical that early reduction and stabilization of an unstable slip might preserve the remaining blood supply to the epiphysis and reduce the incidence of avascular necrosis. Some studies have indeed shown lower(More)
Distal tibial physeal fractures are the second most common growth plate injury and the most common cause of growth arrest and deformity. This study assesses the accuracy of pre-operative planning for placement of the screws in these fractures using either standard radiographs or CT scans. We studied 62 consecutive physeal fractures over a period of four(More)
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