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Hip in Children . A Prospective Study Factors Distinguishing Septic Arthritis from Transient Synovitis of the

@inproceedings{Caird2006HipIC,
  title={Hip in Children . A Prospective Study Factors Distinguishing Septic Arthritis from Transient Synovitis of the},
  author={M. Caird and J. Flynn and Y. L. Leung and Jennifer E. Millman and Joann Ditalia and J. Dormans},
  year={2006}
}
  • M. Caird, J. Flynn, +3 authors J. Dormans
  • Published 2006
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