Simon Lusakisimo

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BACKGROUND Femoral shaft fractures occur very frequently in children, and their prognosis usually is good. Nonoperative treatment is the gold standard for children under 6 years because of the excellent bony union and the remodelling qualities. PURPOSE The aim of this study was to compare two orthopaedic therapeutic methods: skin traction versus immediate(More)
A too-long anterior process of the calcaneus is one of the causes of repeated sprained ankles or painful feet in the child or adolescent that is often ignored and misdiagnosed. Among 31 cases of adolescents having consulted for these symptoms, a too-long anterior process of the calcaneus was discovered on radiographs, and explored in detail with a computed(More)
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