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Dega's Transiliac Osteotomy in the Treatment of Spastic Hip Subluxation and Dislocation in Cerebral Palsy
&NA; The study presents the long‐term results of operative treatment of spastic subluxation and dislocation of hip joints in cerebral palsy children with open reduction and pelvic transiliacExpand
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Catterall and Herring classifications in assessing Perthes disease - inter- and intra-observer study.
Background. The purpose of this study was to compare the inter-observer validity and intra-observer reliability of the Catterall and Herring classification systems used in assessing pathologicalExpand
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Three-dimensional action of Chêneau brace on thoracolumbar scoliosis.
UNLABELLED We treated 18 girls for idiopathic thoracolumbar scoliosis with Chêneau brace. The apex of the curve was at Th12 or at L1 or at the disc Th12/L1. The initial Cobb angle varied from 21 toExpand
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The epidemiology and clinical manifestations of hamstring muscle and plantar foot flexor shortening
A population of 920 healthy children was studied with the aim of assessing the incidence of hamstring muscle and plantar foot flexor tightness, and to correlate such symptoms with gait, posture, andExpand
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Double osteotomy in the surgical treatment of Perthes' disease: Dega's transiliac osteotomy and subtrochanteric osteotomy.
Background. The combination of Dega transililiac and femoral subtrochanteric is used in our department in the treatment of Legg-Calvé-Perthes' disease. Subtrochanteric osteotomy, initially performedExpand
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Evaluation of patella position based on radiologic and ultrasonographic examination: comparison of the diagnostic value.
This study compared radiologic and ultrasonographic methods of evaluation of patella position. The radiologic examination was based on the evaluation of Insall and Salvati's index (I-S index),Expand
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[Epidermal nevus syndrome--bi-symptom type].
Epidermal nevus syndrome is a neurocutaneous disorder in which epidermal nevi are associated with other abnormalities, mostly of skeletal and central nervous system. A case of 6-year old girl withExpand
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[Congenital multiple arthrogryposis].
From 1975 to 2004 a total of 38 children handicapped by congenital multiple arthrogryposis were cared for. The congenital joint contractures demand a major effort in terms of surgical reconstruction.Expand
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The effect of the therapeutic approach on the course of Perthes' disease and its outcome: Conservative vs. surgical treatment.
Background. The aim of our study was to compare the outcome of Perthes' disease in children treated conservatively or surgically, and to attempt to answer the question as to whether surgery shortensExpand
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[Inter-observer variation of the Caterall and Herring classification in Perthes disease].
The reliability of the Caterall and the Herring classifications (inter-observer study) was compared using radiographs of 63 hips in 58 patients. The radiographs were reviewed by three independentExpand
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