Paul A Verbeek

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BACKGROUND The optimal surgical management of dislocated three- and four-part fractures of the proximal humerus in elderly patients remains unclear. Most used techniques are hemiarthroplasty and angle-stable locking compression plate osteosynthesis. In the current literature there is no evidence available presenting superior results between hemiarthroplasty(More)
BACKGROUND Haematogenous osteomyelitis of the talus is a rare cause of limping in children. Due to the slow onset and atypical pattern of symptoms, it is difficult to diagnose. This can result in delays in the provision of adequate treatment. CASE DESCRIPTION A 3-year old girl was examined in the outpatient ward for pain in the right leg and limping. A(More)
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