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Title: Arthroscopical Treatment Of Cartilage Defect In Hip Using Autogous Matrix-Induced Chondrogenesis (AMIC) In Young Active Patients (56974)
Session: Joint Preserving Arthroscopy And Osteotomy
Author: Thorey, Fritz
Presented at: Prague 2015
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Outcomes Of 1038 Hip Arthroscopies: A 2-Year Follow-Up Study Playthumb_front
Title: Outcomes Of 1038 Hip Arthroscopies: A 2-Year Follow-Up Study (58031)
Session: Joint Preserving Arthroscopy And Osteotomy
Author: Lodhia, Parth
Presented at: Prague 2015
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Title: 1-Year Follow-Up Of 100 Patients After Arthroscopic Assisted Mini-Open Approach For The Treatment Of Femoroacetabular Impigement (56975)
Session: Joint Preserving Arthroscopy And Osteotomy
Author: Ezechieli, Marco
Presented at: Prague 2015
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Title: The Evaluation Of Treatment Of Osteonecrosis Of The Femoral Head Using Synthetic Bone Graft (56976)
Session: Joint Preserving Arthroscopy And Osteotomy
Author: Sionek, Andrzej
Presented at: Prague 2015
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Sports Activity After Triple Pelvic Osteotomy (Tönnis And Kalchschmidt Technique) For The Treatment Of Residual Hip Dysplasia Playthumb_front
Title: Sports Activity After Triple Pelvic Osteotomy (Tönnis And Kalchschmidt Technique) For The Treatment Of Residual Hip Dysplasia (56977)
Session: Joint Preserving Arthroscopy And Osteotomy
Author: Ezechieli, Marco
Presented at: Prague 2015
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Physical Function, Pelvic Movement And Patient-Reported Outcome In Patients With Hip Dysplasia One Year After Joint Preserving Surgery Playthumb_front
Title: Physical Function, Pelvic Movement And Patient-Reported Outcome In Patients With Hip Dysplasia One Year After Joint Preserving Surgery (56978)
Session: Joint Preserving Arthroscopy And Osteotomy
Author: Mechlenburg, Inger
Presented at: Prague 2015
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Title: Core Decompression Versus Inverted Femoral Head Cone Graft In Treatment Of Hip Osteonecrosis At Pre-Collapse Stage (56979)
Session: Joint Preserving Arthroscopy And Osteotomy
Author: Salama, Khaled
Presented at: Prague 2015
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The Undescended Scapula Syndrome: Sprengel And The Cleithrum. A Case Series And Hypothesis Playthumb_front
Title: The Undescended Scapula Syndrome: Sprengel And The Cleithrum. A Case Series And Hypothesis (56794)
Session: Neuromuscular And Infection
Author: Dhir, Rishi
Presented at: Prague 2015
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Early Fever Following Pelvic And/Or Femoral Osteotomies In Children: A Predictor Of Post-Operative Infection? Playthumb_front
Title: Early Fever Following Pelvic And/Or Femoral Osteotomies In Children: A Predictor Of Post-Operative Infection? (57939)
Session: Neuromuscular And Infection
Author: Sim, Frank
Presented at: Prague 2015
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The Effect Of Long Lower Limb Casting On Bone Mineral Density In Children With Cerebral Palsy Playthumb_front
Title: The Effect Of Long Lower Limb Casting On Bone Mineral Density In Children With Cerebral Palsy (56796)
Session: Neuromuscular And Infection
Author: Terebessy, Tamas
Presented at: Prague 2015
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Botulinum Toxin Versus Single Event Multi-Level Surgery (SEMLS) In Children With Lower Limb Deformities In Spastic Cerebral Palsy - A Randomized Comparative Trial Playthumb_front
Title: Botulinum Toxin Versus Single Event Multi-Level Surgery (SEMLS) In Children With Lower Limb Deformities In Spastic Cerebral Palsy - A Randomized Comparative Trial (56797)
Session: Neuromuscular And Infection
Author: Sadiq, Mohammed
Presented at: Prague 2015
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Title: Femoral Derotation Osteotomy With Multi-Level Soft-Tissue Procedures In Children With Cerebral Palsy; Does It Improve Gait Quality? (56798)
Session: Neuromuscular And Infection
Author: Saglam, Yavuz
Presented at: Prague 2015
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