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October-December 2022| Vol 19| Issue 4
     
Original Article
Phimosis – Are we on right track?
Aditya Arvind Manekar, Narahari Janjala, Subrat Kumar Sahoo, Bikasha Bihary Tripathy, Manoj Kumar Mohanty
Background: Phimosis, a common paediatric condition, is defined as the inability to retract the preputial skin behind the glans. Current practice shows there is some confusion among the paedi...
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Age-of-cessation of lumbar lordosis development as an assessment parameter
Francis Osita Okpala
Background: In managing paediatric spinal deformities, the currently-in-use growth maturity assessment parameters (clinical or radiological) are based mostly on Caucasian populations. They ma...
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