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The John Insall Award Both Morphotype and Gender Influence the Shape of the Knee in Patients Undergoing TKA

Bibliographic reference Bellemans, Johan ; Carpentier, Karel ; Vandenneucker, Hilde ; Vanlauwe, Johan ; Victor, Jan. The John Insall Award Both Morphotype and Gender Influence the Shape of the Knee in Patients Undergoing TKA.Open Scientific Meeting of the Knee-Society (Las Vegas(Nv), Feb, 2009). In: Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, Vol. 468, no. 1, p. 29-36 (2010)
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