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Spontaneous hematoma in the ilio-psoas muscle is an uncommon condition, usually observed as a complication of anticoagulation or hemophilia. Clinically, the onset is marked by violent pain in the territory of femoral nerve and/or psoitis. The diagnosis is confirmed by echography or CT-scan. The most serious complications are loss of self-sufficiency and(More)
UNLABELLED The authors present the results of a retrospective study performed during 12 months; about 50 open fractures of tibia, treated by Hoffmann external fixation entirely or partially. The mean age was 33 years (6 years to 60 years). Forty (80%) patients had sustained the fracture in road traffic. According to Cauchoix system: 30 (60%) tibia open(More)
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