Diseases

Dislocation: Sources and notes

Congenital dislocation of the hip - to detect it early. Practical advice from Sofcot. No. 5b, November 2006.
P. Grippon et al. Dislocation of the shoulder: the point of view of the emergency doctor. International Medical Symposium. Bows. 2002.
- L. Beguin. Voluntary and involuntary dislocations of the shoulder, Journal of Rheumatism Monographs, Volume 77, Issue 3, June 2010.

Authors: Dr. Nicolas Evrard, Audrey Amaury and Dr. Ada Picard.

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