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Risk factors for anterior cruciate ligament injury in skeletally immature patients: Analysis of intercondylar notch width using magnetic resonance imaging.
Caption: Figure 2 Distal femoral enchondroma in a skeletally immature patient.
Increasingly being diagnosed in skeletally immature athletes, juvenile osteochondritis dissecans (JOCD) can be problematic to manage in young, skeletally immature, highly active patients.
The utilization of cement, in addition to providing immediate structural support in this now skeletally mature patient, may have also added additional adjuvant treatment to the lesion with its exothermic reaction during curing.
Miller, "Intramedullary nail fixation of femoral and tibial percutaneous rotational osteotomy in skeletally mature adolescents with cerebral palsy," Journal of Pediatric Orthopedics, vol.
The increased participation of children and adolescents (skeletally immature) in sports has increased the number of sport-related injuries [1].
Fifteen others are skeletally displayed below, with only the thrice-repeated letter showing in the appropriate places for each.
The Avenue T TLIF Cage system is indicated for intervertebral body fusion of the lumbar spine, from L2 to S1, in skeletally mature patients who have had six months of non-operative treatment.
(5-8) Regarding natural history, the risk of slip progression is greater in skeletally immature children and adolescents than it is in adults.
Their topics include anteromedial tibial tubercle transfer, meniscal repair using an all-inside technique, graft harvest techniques for knee ligament reconstruction, single-bundle transtibial posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, posterolateral corner reconstruction with fibular-based tunnel, and surgical techniques for osterochondritis dissecans in the skeletally immature.
His plan envisioned a selective rather than a complete edition, one which was skeletally staffed and published by a commercial press (like many late nineteenth-century editions).
Here, we are reporting five cases of traumatic posterior hip dislocation in skeletally immature patients.