1. The author believes that rachitic deformities should be attacked at the earliest possible date, in order to prevent the development of subsequent complicated distortions of the limbs.
2. The conservative method described adequately corrects these early malformations.
3. Ample time has elapsed and a sufficient number of patients have been treated to warrant the assumption that the results obtained are of a permanent nature.
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