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Infant walkers still pose significant injury risk for young children

Infant walkers still pose significant injury risk for young children
September 25, 2018
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Howard H. Steel, MD, pediatric and orthopedic pioneer, dies at 97

September 18, 2018
Howard H. Steel, MD, founder of the pediatric spinal cord injury unit at the Shriners Hospitals for Children in Philadelphia, died at the age of 97 on Sept. 5, 2018…
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Surgical reduction of brachial plexus injuries in children may yield greater abduction contracture

September 15, 2018
BOSTON — Compared with patients who had no reduction, pediatric patients with brachial plexus injuries who required surgical reduction experienced greater…

Interposition graft, younger age may improve success rate after physeal bar resection surgery

September 10, 2018
At a single pediatric institution, investigators found younger age and placement of an interposition material graft improved the rate of success for patients who…
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Football-Related Pediatric Extremity Fractures and Dislocations: Size Matters

Orthopedics, July/August 2018, Volume 41 Issue 4
Football remains a popular sport in the United States despite sometimes significant injuries, such as fractures and…
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Goal-directed Therapy in Osteoporosis: Reaching a Consensus

This activity is supported by an educational grant from Radius Health, Inc.

Osteoporosis, a disorder characterized by compromised bone strength that increases the risk of fragility, leads to 1.5…
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American Society for the Surgery of the Hand Annual Meeting

American Society for the Surgery of the Hand Annual Meeting

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Pediatric physical therapist talks emerging trends in treatment and rehabilitation of ACL injuries

October 23, 2014
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