C. J. A. Telkamp

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Osteochondral talar defects are infrequent in children, and little is known about the treatment and clinical outcome of these defects. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the clinical and radiographic outcomes of conservative and primary surgically treated osteochondral talar defects in skeletally immature children. Thirty-six (97 %) of 37 eligible(More)
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