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January 2019 - Volume 39 - Issue 1

  • Robert N. Hensinger, MD
    George H. Thompson, MD
  • 0271-6798
  • 1539-2570
  • 10 issues / year
  • Orthopedics 39/76, Pediatrics 55/121
  • 1.853
International discussion and collaboration is the key to improve the results for our pediatric patients. This supplement, based on the 2017 EPOSNA Precourse, highlights the similarities and differences in the European (EPOS) and North American (POSNA) perspective on the diagnosis and treatment of 4 challenging problems in pediatric orthopaedics: slipped capital femoral epiphysis, complex early onset scoliosis, neuromuscular disorders with hip subluxation/dislocation, and complex pediatric fractures.
Published July 2018
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