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Irish Child Health Database - Peer Reviewed Papers

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  • 1.   Minimally invasive percutaneous plate fixation of distal tibia fractures

    This study examined treatment of distal tibial and pilon fractures using the AO distal tibia locking plate with a minimally invasive percutaneous plate osteosynthesis technique

    Acta Orthop Belg, Vol: 73 Page: 635-40 October 2007
    S. Bahari; B. Lenehan; H. Khan; J. P. McElwain

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  • 2.   Short segment posterior locking cervical plate fixation after kyphectomy for myelomeningocoele-associated kyphosis

    This case report discusses the use of posterior cervical locking plate fixation after apical vertebral excision for congenital lumbar kyphosis in a 3-year-old male myelomeningocoele patient

    J Spinal Disord Tech, Vol: 19 Page: 292-4 June 2006
    A. J. Laing; A. Walsh; P. O'Grady; M. Nelligan; D. McCormack

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