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  • [Femoral shaft fractures in the elderly treated by intramedullary nailing]. [Journal Article]
  • RCRev Chir Orthop Reparatrice Appar Mot 2002; 88(1):41-50
  • Bonnevialle P, Laques D, … Mansat M
  • CONCLUSIONS: The general and functional prognosis of femoral shaft fractures in the elderly is the same as for proximal fractures. These diaphyseal fractures can be individualized due to their characteristic mechanical and anatomic features: composite fracture with a rotation element involving the distal portion of the trochanter and the proximal quarter of the diaphysis. Several types of ostheosynthesis have been proposed for fixation. Locked intramedullary nailing has been found to be effective despite the difficulty in reduction, especially for particularly proximal fractures. There is a risk of iterative fracture in the transition zones between the femoral component and the osteoporotic bone.
  • Cochlea: forms and philosophy. [Journal Article]
  • AOActa Otorhinolaryngol Belg 1998; 52(4):271-4
  • Mauroy R
  • The relationship between the general form of the cochlea and its function is difficult to study. The logarithmic nature of the spiroid can be deduced from embryologic data and the development of the …
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