Supplement 1

Volume 58, December, 1992

  • article

    • Segmental evaluation of the surface and radiological deformity after Cotrel-Dubousset (CD) instrumentation for King type II and III. adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS): surgical and etiological implications.

      S A Wemyss-Holden, R G Burwell, F J Polak, K J Jacobs, A S McNeill, J K Webb, A Moulton, and A S Wojcik.

      p135-138

      Abstract

    • Results of CD operation in idiopathic scoliosis.

      A van Ooy, and C W Geukers.

      p129-133

      Abstract

    • The Alici spinal system in the surgical treatment of scoliosis.

      E Alici, and H Pinar.

      p122-128

      Abstract

    • [What new Cotrel-Dubousset instrumentation is used in the treatment of idiopathic scoliosis]

      Y Cotrel.

      p111-114

      Abstract

    • The scientific basis of treatment of idiopathic thoracic scoliosis.

      R A Dickson.

      p107-110

      Abstract

    • [Natural coral used as a substitute for bone graft. Its role in the economics of blood in spinal surgery]

      J L Patat, J C Pouliquen, and G Guillemin.

      p115-121

      Abstract

    • Personality of patients with Sudeck's atrophy following tibial fracture.

      J De Vilder.

      p252-257

      Abstract

    • Spinal cord monitoring. State of the art. Results in Harrington and C.D. instrumentation for scoliosis.

      G Vanderstraeten, A Vanden Berghe, and D Uyttendaele.

      p99-105

      Abstract

    • The conservative management of Juvenile Idiopathic Scoliosis.

      M H Mehta.

      p91-97

      Abstract

    • Brace treatment in idiopathic scoliosis.

      P Edelmann.

      p85-90

      Abstract

    • Plaster casts for the correction of idiopathic scoliosis.

      S Mammano, and R Scapinelli.

      p81-84

      Abstract

    • Measurement of body surface topography using an automated imaging system.

      J D Pearson, P H Dangerfield, J T Atkinson, J B Gomm, J C Dorgan, C A Hobson, and D M Harvey.

      p73-79

      Abstract

    • [The ISIS optic scanner: its use in the evaluation and control of spinal deviations]

      J Legaye, W Lokietek, C Orban, and N Jacqumin.

      p66-72

      Abstract

    • Calculation of 3-D deformity in scoliosis by standard roentgenograms.

      J Schmidt, F Gassel, and S Naughton.

      p60-65

      Abstract

    • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the ankle and hindfoot.

      M Shahabpour, F Handelberg, M Opdecam, M Osteaux, D Spruyt, P Vaes, E Verhaven, and P Zygas.

      p5-14

      Abstract

    • Pathogenesis of idiopathic scoliosis. The Nottingham concept.

      R G Burwell, A A Cole, T A Cook, T B Grivas, A W Kiel, A Moulton, A S Thirlwall, S S Upadhyay, J K Webb, and S A Wemyss-Holden.

      p33-58

      Abstract

    • Advances in osteogenin and related bone morphogenetic proteins in bone induction and repair.

      F P Luyten, N S Cunningham, S Vukicevic, V Paralkar, U Ripamonti, and A H Reddi.

      p263-267

      Abstract

    • [Measurement of gibbosity and and recumbent angle as a prognostic factor in juvenile scoliosis]

      G Duval-Beaupère.

      p26-32

      Abstract

    • The treatment of reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome: current concepts.

      M van Laere, and M Claessens.

      p259-261

      Abstract

    • [Infection of leg fractures. Technique and importance of the open spongiosa graft supported by the fibula]

      A Lortat-Jacob, and P Hardy.

      p236-251

      Abstract

    • Treatment of bone and soft tissue defects in infected nonunion.

      W Fleischmann, G Suger, and L Kinzl.

      p227-235

      Abstract

    • The use of gentamicin-PMMA chains in the treatment of infected tibial nonunion.

      K Klemm, and R Schnettler.

      p222-226

      Abstract

    • Antibiotic penetration into bone in relation to the immediate management of open fractures: a review.

      S P Hughes.

      p217-221

      Abstract

    • [The Ilizarov method in the treatment of infected pseudarthrosis of the leg]

      J Y Jenny, G Jenny, J J Mosser, and R Murga.

      p210-215

      Abstract

    • The etiology and pathogenesis of idiopathic scoliosis.

      R A Dickson.

      p21-25

      Abstract

    • Vascularized bone transfer for tibial pseudarthrosis. Part II: Vascularized bone and muscle transfers. Exclusive free fibular bone graft.

      F Schuind, E Pay-Pay, and F Burny.

      p204-209

      Abstract

    • Vascularized bone transfer for tibial pseudarthrosis. Part I: Vascularized fibula transplantation. A report of 4 cases in the treatment of traumatic bone defects of the tibia.

      L De Smet, R Van Damme, P Matton, R Verdonk, and H Claessens.

      p199-203

      Abstract

    • Corrective osteotomy for mal- and nonunion of the tibia using the posterolateral approach.

      J Stuyck, G Nelen, H Feys, and Y Devlies.

      p194-196

      Abstract

    • Locking graft in the treatment of tibial pseudarthrosis.

      L Cuypers, J Van Dooren, S Rombouts, and D Van den Berghe.

      p192-193

      Abstract

    • The fibula pro tibia procedure in the treatment of nonunion of the tibia.

      C De Meulemeester, R Verdonk, and W Bongaerts.

      p187-189

      Abstract

    • [Treatment of tibial pseudarthrosis using Robert Judet's method of osteoperiosteal decortication]

      T Judet, L Richard, O Arnault, E De Thomasson, and G Boury.

      p182-186

      Abstract

    • Deep decortication in nonunion of shaft fractures.

      L Beckers.

      p180-181

      Abstract

    • [Angiography in septic pseudarthrosis]

      P De Cloedt, J M De Wispelaere, J Legaye, W Lokietek, J P Trigaux, and B Van Beers.

      p174-179

      Abstract

    • Technetium-99m-diphosphonate, gallium-67 and labeled leukocyte scanning techniques in tibial nonunion.

      K Schelstraete, F Daneels, and E Obrie.

      p168-172

      Abstract

    • [Medical imaging in tibial pseudarthrosis]

      J P Trigaux, J Malghem, J F Dewispelaere, A Chaput, P Decloedt, and B Maldague.

      p156-167

      Abstract

    • [Pseudarthrosis of the tibia following osteomyelitis in children]

      A Daoud, and A Saighi-Bouaouina.

      p146-155

      Abstract

    • [Etiology of pseudarthrosis of the leg with loss of bony substance]

      T Judet, L Richard, E De Thomasson, and P Massin.

      p142-145

      Abstract