E. Vanlommel

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Numerous methods for the treatment of displaced supracondylar humerus fractures of the extension type are described in the literature. From 1974 until 1988, we treated conservatively 33 children with such fractures with Dunlop traction. Twenty-nine patients (88%) were re-examined. Four patients (12%) were interviewed by telephone. Good or excellent results(More)
We describe the first observation of a child with a posterior fossa subdural effusion with secondary hydrocephalus and tonsillar herniation. We diagnosed this entity in a 14-month-old girl with no history of trauma or coagulation disorder. The patient presented in our emergency department with opisthotonus and raised intracranial pressure resulting from(More)
The results of operative treatment of 45 flexible flat feet (29 patients) using the sinus tarsi spacer are reported. Although radiological improvement in both the talar declination and the ground-navicular distance was found, our patients suffered from pain and functional impairment for an average period of 5 months. An unacceptably high rate of spacer(More)
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