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Osteogenesis imperfecta tarda is a hereditary disease with an insufficiency of osteoblasts caused by a collagen disorder, insufficient formation of osteoid and an impediment of periosteal bone formation. This leads to increased fragility of the bones and, as a consequence, to the risk of fractures. We report a simultaneous, bilateral medial femoral neck(More)
We report on 207 cases of elderly patients suffering from femoral neck fractures treated with cementless Moore-hip prosthesis in the years 1967 to 1979. Low complication rate and good functional results were also confirmed in 29 follow-up examinations 3 years or more after arthroplastic. Loosening of prosthesis, breaking of material or protrusio acetabuli(More)
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