When babies are born with orthopedic problems

Schaming, Diane; Gorry, Maureen; Soroka, Kimberley; Catullo, Mary Ellen; Nagle, Sigrid
April 1990
RN;Apr90, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p62
Academic Journal
Discusses orthopedic problems in children. Ways to determine congenital hip dysplasia; Causes and types of clubfoot; Treatments for various orthopedic conditions.


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