January-June 2015| Vol 3| Issue 1
Stimulators of fracture repair
A road traffic accident is reported every 3 min and death every 10 min. With increasing burden of trauma; fractures identifying therapeutics for enhancing fracture healing...
Apophyses and physeal equivalents in the pediatric pelvis
Injuries to pediatric athletes are becoming increasingly common as children compete in more physically demanding sports. These athletic injuries may be acute or as the result of chronic overuse. Acute...
Reasons for patient's withdrawal from clinical trials of rheumatoid arthritis in India
Introduction: Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) affects 0.5-1% of population all over the world. As the duration of treatment is more in RA, patient's adherence to treatment is less. Controlling the nu...
Delayed presentation of fracture of lateral condyle of humerus in pediatric age group treated by ORIF and ulnar peg grafting: A case series
Background: Fractures of lateral condyle of humerus in pediatric age group, the most common being distal humerus epiphyseal injury, are commonly associated with delayed presentation to terminal...
The dermatotraction technique for closure of fasciotomy wound
Management of an open wound is a problem frequently encountered in the treatment of fractures. Skin grafting, rotational flaps, free flaps, and healing by secondary intention add a considerable amount...
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