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Identification NumberTitleAuthor
9577Rotational deformities of the long bones can be corrected with rotationally guided growth during theMutlu Cobanoglu et al.
9216Surgery of non-spinal skeletal metastases in renal cell carcinomaMaire Ratasvuori et al.
9040Association between alcohol consumption and rotator cuff tearDaniele Passaretti et al.
8978Development and validation of an automated and marker-free CT-based spatial analysis method (CTSA) fThierry Scheerlinck et al.
8929The role of "cell therapy" in osteonecrosis of the femoral headCostas Papa kostidis et al.

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