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BACKGROUND Adjustment of patient satisfaction scores for case-mix variables such as age and sex may lead to overadjustment. The patient's tendency to rate healthcare positively or negatively may be… (More)
Patients with diabetes and chronic neurological disorders are most commonly "at-risk" with foot problems. The identification of that population is therefore mandatory to prevent severe foot lesions.… (More)
The rational and selective use of the perioperative antibiotic prophylaxis plays a decisive role in prevention of post-operative infections in orthopedic surgery and traumatology. The conceptual… (More)
Authors describes biomechanics, etiopatogenetics and clinical aspects of carpal injury, which given at an radio-carpic instability.
The article aims to explore the concept of clinical management, with a view towards understanding the diverse meanings that could be attributed to that expression. This discussion can contribute to… (More)
The authors report three cases of post-traumatic ischemia of leg forward loggia. After some notes of normal anatomy and hemodynamics of microcirculation, they emphasize the importance of an immediate… (More)
Authors describes the Baker's surgical gastrocnemius lengthening of equinus deformity in cerebral palsy. Results and surgical Technics related to clinical situation of patients are presented.
242 © 2007 The Authors JEADV 2008, 22, 235–262 Journal compilation © 2007 European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology asymptomatic, skin-coloured, or erythematous papules on extensor extremities… (More)
The Authors describe the usefulness of the additional radiologic investigations (stratigraphy and computed tomography) in the study of the back acetabular fractures. The larger information supplied… (More)
After presentation of statistical data on the incidence of osteoid osteoma, a case of femoral neck localization is presented with details of medical history, clinical data, and X-Ray aspects. The… (More)