January 2007
Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, American Volume;Jan2007, Vol. 89-A Issue 1, following p232
Academic Journal
The article presents continuing medical education review questions for the October, November and December 2006 issues of the "Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery". They include: assessments of patients with hip fracture and severe cognitive dysfunction, risk of pulmonary embolus in patients with advanced bilateral knee osteoarthritis who elect to have both knees replaced and statements which relate to intoeing gait in ambulatory children with cerebral palsy.


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