Simple Tip for Elbow Pinning: Adjust Your Wire Size
Research suggests swapping out wire sizes may solve the problem of k-wire bouncing in pediatric patients with oblique supracondylar humerus fractures.
Pediatric stable buckle fractures rarely occur less than 1 centimeter from the physis, a finding that may help radiologists and orthopedic surgeons better tailor treatments.
Many children with unilateral slipped capital femoral epiphysis actually have bilateral disease.
Spinal anesthesia has good results and avoids potential adverse effects of general anesthesia in infants undergoing TAL.
The largest known study of outcomes in children shows the large majority have no residual lag after the use of common splints.
Orthopedic surgeons demonstrate that acute deformity correction and gradual limb lengthening can be accomplished simultaneously using an internal lengthening nail.
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Read more about spinal muscular atrophy managed via a modified Luque Trolley technique.
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