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Ilkka J. Helenius

after conversion from traditional ‘growing’ rods to magnetically controlled growing rods. Casting Early casting has been shown to prevent progression and even correct EOS with long-lasting stable outcome in otherwise healthy children. 23

Carol C. Hasler and Daniel Studer

-term functional and subjective results were satisfactory in most patients. 24 , 25 A positive family history and instability of the contralateral patella are risk factors for recurrence. Skeletally immature patients with trochlear dysplasia carry the highest

Stéphane Armand, Geraldo Decoulon, and Alice Bonnefoy-Mazure

variable in the CP population. Clinical classifications distinguish the topography of impairments (hemiplegia, diplegia, quadriplegia), motor disorders (spastic, athetotic, dystonic, hypotonic, ataxic and a mixed group) and functional capacities with the