Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research

, Volume 467, Issue 3, pp 859–860 | Cite as

50 Years Ago in CORR: Slipping of the Upper Femoral Epiphysis Beckett Howorth MD CORR 1957;10:148–173

  • Richard A. BrandEmail author
50 Years Ago in CORR


Osteoarthritis Femoral Neck Articular Cartilage Femoral Neck Fracture Cartilage Damage 
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  1. 1. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research Philadelphia USA

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