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Treatment of posttraumatic bone defects by the induced membrane technique.
INTRODUCTION Among bone reconstruction techniques, the induced membrane technique, proposed in 1986 by Masquelet, has rarely been studied or evaluated in the surgical literature until recently. TheExpand
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Problems of operative and non-operative treatment and healing in tibial fractures.
Based on the experience of the department of pediatric surgery at the Strasbourg University Hospital, the authors present indications and limitations of various treatment techniques for tibial shaftExpand
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Use of end caps in elastic stable intramedullary nailing of femoral and tibial unstable fractures in children: preliminary results in 11 fractures
BackgroundElastic stable intramedullary nailing (ESIN) is used routinely world-wide for treating femoral and tibial shaft fractures in children before skeletal maturity. Overall, ESIN allows rapidExpand
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Title : “ Participatory prognostics in Germany – developing citizen scenarios for the relationship between biomedicine and the economy in
The rapid development of biomedicine demands a trustworthy, proactive regulatory regime that is able to manage progress with genuine regard for ethical, social and legal concerns. With its recentExpand
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Complications in Pediatric Spine Surgery Using the Vertical Expandable Prosthetic Titanium Rib: The French Experience
Study Design. Multicenter retrospective study of 54 children. Objective. To describe the complication rate of the French vertical expandable prosthetic titanium rib (VEPTR) series involving patientsExpand
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Traumatic diaphyseal bone defects in children.
UNLABELLED Traumatic bone defects (BD) are rare in children. There are no pediatric series in the literature on this topic. The aim of this first pediatric series was to determine the epidemiologicalExpand
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Biomechanical Analysis of Olecranon Fracture Fixation in Children
The authors present an original fixation technique for olecranon fractures in children, achievable without opening the fracture site. The standard method of Kirschner wire fixation with tension bandExpand
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[Posterior rotation osteotomy of the femoral head in femur head necrosis].
Since 1969 the authors have been developing a technique of posterior rotation osteotomy based on the concept of L. Molé as a conservative treatment for avascular necrosis of the femoral head in theExpand
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Surgical Technique and Preliminary Results of a New Fixation Concept for Olecranon Fractures in Children
The authors report preliminary results of an original fixation technique used for the treatment of olecranon fractures in six children. This technique uses two threaded pins fitted with an adjustableExpand
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