Volume 470, Issue 5, May 2012

ISSN: 0009-921X (Print) 1528-1132 (Online)

In this issue (39 articles)

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    Symposium: Current Approaches in Cerebral Palsy, A Focus on Gait Problems

    Current Approaches in Cerebral Palsy, A Focus on Gait Problems: Editorial Comment

    Kirk W. Dabney MD, Freeman Miller MD Pages 1247-1248
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    Symposium: Current Approaches in Cerebral Palsy, A Focus on Gait Problems

    Biographical Sketch: William John Little, FRCS (1810–1894)

    Richard A. Brand MD Pages 1249-1251
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    Symposium: Current Approaches in Cerebral Palsy, A Focus on Gait Problems

    The Classic: Hospital for the Cure of Deformities: Course of Lectures on the Deformities of the Human Frame

    W. J. Little MD Pages 1252-1256
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    Symposium: Current Approaches in Cerebral Palsy, A Focus on Gait Problems

    Higher Expression of Myosin Heavy Chain IIx in Wrist Flexors in Cerebral Palsy

    Stefan Gantelius MD, Yvette Hedström BS Pages 1272-1277
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    Better Walking Performance in Older Children With Cerebral Palsy

    Elisabet Rodby-Bousquet RPT Pages 1286-1293
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    Symposium: Current Approaches in Cerebral Palsy, A Focus on Gait Problems

    Multilevel Surgery Improves Gait in Spastic Hemiplegia But Does Not Resolve Hip Dysplasia

    Erich Rutz MD, Elyse Passmore MEng Pages 1294-1302
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    Symposium: Current Approaches in Cerebral Palsy, A Focus on Gait Problems

    Rectus Femoris Transfer Improves Stiff Knee Gait in Children With Spastic Cerebral Palsy

    Dinesh Thawrani MD, Thierry Haumont MD Pages 1303-1311
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    Symposium: Current Approaches in Cerebral Palsy, A Focus on Gait Problems

    Rectus Femoris Distal Tendon Resection Improves Knee Motion in Patients With Spastic Diplegia

    Ana Presedo MD, Fabrice Megrot PhD Pages 1312-1319
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    Symposium: Current Approaches in Cerebral Palsy, A Focus On Gait Problems

    Case Reports: The Influence of Selective Voluntary Motor Control on Gait After Hamstring Lengthening Surgery

    Evan J. Goldberg PhD Pages 1320-1326
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    Symposium: Current Approaches in Cerebral Palsy, A Focus On Gait Problems

    Surgical Technique: Medial Column Arthrodesis in Rigid Spastic Planovalgus Feet

    Patricia Maria de Moraes Barros Fucs MD, PhD Pages 1334-1343
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    Symposium: Evolving Medicolegal Concepts

    Evolving Medicolegal Concepts: Editorial Comment

    B. Sonny Bal MD, JD, MBA Pages 1344-1345
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    Symposium: Evolving Medicolegal Concepts

    What to Disclose? Revisiting Informed Consent

    B. Sonny Bal MD, JD, MBA Pages 1346-1356
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    Symposium: Evolving Medicolegal Concepts

    Beyond the Standard of Care: A New Model to Judge Medical Negligence

    Lawrence H. Brenner JD Pages 1357-1364
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    Symposium: Evolving Medicolegal Concepts

    Medical Malpractice Reform: The Role of Alternative Dispute Resolution

    David H. Sohn JD, MD Pages 1370-1378
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    Symposium: Evolving Medicolegal Concepts

    Medical Liability of the Physician in Training

    Brian Wegman MD, James P. Stannard MD Pages 1379-1385
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    Symposium: Evolving Medicolegal Concepts

    Online Professional Networks for Physicians: Risk Management

    Jon L. Hyman MD, Howard J. Luks MD Pages 1386-1392
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