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Sagittal alignment of spine and pelvis regulated by pelvic incidence: standard values and prediction of lordosis
The biomechanical and clinical conditions of the standing posture (as in scoliosis, low back pain, spondylisthesis, spine surgery, obesity and postural impairments) can be studied by comparing the measured lordosis with the predicted lordosis. Expand
Relationship between formation of the femoral bicondylar angle and trochlear shape: independence of diaphyseal and epiphyseal growth.
It is shown that the entire epiphysis undergoes drastic changes in proportions during postnatal growth, and the need to distinguish the cartilaginous phenotype and the ossified phenotype of the distal femoral epiphyses (and of anyEpiphysis) during post newborn growth is emphasized. Expand
Three‐dimensional study of pelvic asymmetry on anatomical specimens and its clinical perspectives
Pelvic symmetry was described osteologically using a common reference coordinate system for a large sample of pelvises using an electromagnetic Fastrak system and a Pearson correlation matrix between the right and left values of the same variable was applied exclusively to values that were significantly asymmetric. Expand
How is sagittal balance acquired during bipedal gait acquisition? Comparison of neonatal and adult pelves in three dimensions. Evolutionary implications.
We compare adult and intact neonatal pelves, using a pelvic sagittal variable, the angle of sacral incidence, which presents significant correlations with vertebral curvature in adults and plays anExpand
Anatomical reliability of two fundamental radiological and clinical pelvic parameters: incidence and thickness
The results of this study suggest that in daily practice the X-ray measurement of the incidence only may be considered as an accurate indicator of pelvis morphology for the study of relations between pelvis anatomy and spinal curves. Expand
Diagnosis and Outcome of SCN4A-Related Severe Neonatal Episodic Laryngospasm (SNEL): 2 New Cases
Two new unrelated French patients who presented with SNEL are reported, initially diagnosed with laryngomalacia and underwent laryngeal surgery in the neonatal period before being diagnosed with myotonia at 14 months of age, and both patients have had good therapeutic response to sodium channel blockers. Expand
Relationship between Sacral Pelvic Incidence and Acetabular Orientation
It is recommended that positioning of the acetabular cup in total hip arthroplasty relates to anatomical parameters, and to the global sagittal balance of the pelvi-spinal unit. Expand
Clinical features and evolution of juvenile myasthenia gravis in a French cohort
The clinical, paraclinical, and treatment‐related features of juvenile myasthenia gravis as well as the clinical course in a cohort of French children are determined. Expand
Retrospective study of 75 children with peripheral inherited neuropathy: Genotype-phenotype correlations.
There is a wide genetic and clinical heterogeneity in Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, which tends to describe more severe patterns in CMT2A2 and less progressive presentations in C MT1A considering distal strength impairment and limitations walking. Expand
Childhood CIDP: Study of 31 patients and comparison between slow and rapid-onset groups
Outcome was similar and good in the two groups, and electrophysiological criteria were positive for 27/31 children (87%). Expand