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A Young Lady with AVN after SARS

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Abstract

Section I consists of a total of 39 clinical cases ranging from the very common case scenarios orthopedic surgeons and generalists see literally every day in their clinics (like issues regarding glucosamine, knee osteo-arthritis, bone health, foot problems associated with the wearing of high heels) to the introduction of new emerging rehabilitation techniques and concepts. Examples include concepts of home-based rehabilitation, the use of smart materials now popular in the field of engineering applied to orthopedics, the response of our skeleton to hyper-gravity stimulation and to micro-gravity environments as in space travel. Orthopedic conditions in which rehabilitation can be very challenging like hamstring injuries will also be touched upon.

Keywords

Distal Femur Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Pulse Electromagnetic Field Femoral Head Osteonecrosis Acute Medical Ward 
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