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The Royal Manchester Children's Hospital Orthopaedic Department

©BSCOS2020 by RMCH Ortho

Session 2

INTACT PROPRIOCEPTIVE INNERVATION IS ESSENTIAL FOR SKELETAL INTEGRITY

E. Assaraf, R. Belcher, R. Shitrit, L. Heinemann-Yerushalmi, S. Krief, E. Zelzer

 

THE FEMORAL OSTEOTOMY LEVEL COEFFICIENT (FOLC) AND

NECK SHAFT ANGLE (NSA) CHANGE DURING LENGTHENING WITH INTRAMEDULLARY MAGNETIC NAIL

R. Gigi, Y. Hemo, B. Danino, D. Ovadia, E. Segev

 

EARLY RESULTS OF PRECICE2 INTRAMEDULLARY LENGTHENING IN THE SKELETALLY IMMATURE PATIENT

N. Segaren, H. Harris, D. Lin, G. Spence, Y. Jabbar

 

3D-PRINTED CUTTING GUIDES FOR COMPLEX DEFORMITY CORRECTION AROUND THE KNEE

R. Gigi, Y. Gortzak, E. Golden, M. Yaniv, S. Dadia, E. Segev

 

 

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QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF PERFUSION MRI IN SCFE ACCURATELY PREDICTS BOTH INTRA-OPERATIVE EPIPHYSEAL BLEEDING STATUS AND POST-OPERATIVE AVASCULAR NECROSIS

N. Green, S. Chilbule, J. Fernandes, C. Blakey, S. Madan

 

DOES THE STRATEGY OF COMBINED PINNING AND FLEXION OSTEOTOMY REDUCE THE RATE OF AVN IN SEVERE TYPE OF SLIPPED CAPITAL FEMORAL EPIPHYSIS?

P. Kotlarsky, K. Abu-Dalu, U. Rudich, A. Katsman, M. Eidelman

 

THE SLIDING SCFE SCREW – IS IT SAFE AND DOES IT SLIDE?

E. Lindisfarne, A. Stabler, M. Barry, E. Gent, A. Aarvold

 

THE CUNEIFORM OSTEOTOMY FOR PATIENTS WITH SLIPPED CAPITAL FEMORAL EPIPHYSIS (SCFE): A 14-YEAR EXPERIENCE FROM A TERTIARY PAEDIATRIC REFERRAL UNIT

A. Truss, J. Craven, R. Walton, C. Bruce, C. Talbot

 

THE SOUTHWICK OSTEOTOMY – A SINGLE CENTRE EXPERIENCE WITH LONG TERM OUTCOMES

A.Walls, B.Bashabayev, A.Cosgrove

 

 

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