Christian Tschauner

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Changes or limitations of the rotational range of motion of the hip are a non-specific clinical sign. There is a big variety of underlying morphological pathologies resulting in a symptomatic alteration of hip rotation. They need to be assessed by imaging techniques: based on plain radiographs (including specialized projections), often CT or MRI are(More)
PURPOSE The aim of this study was to describe a subtalar extra-articular screw arthroereisis (SESA) technique for the correction of flexible flatfoot (FFF) in children and report the outcome. METHODS From 1990 to 2012, data were collected on 485 patients who underwent SESA at the San Raffaele Hospital. The average age of the patient cohort was 11.5 ± 1.81(More)
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