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Marino Ortolani - bibliography

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Biography

Italian paediatrician, born July 25, 1904, Altedo near Bologna; died 1983.

Bibliography

  • Un segno poco noto e sua importanza per la diagnosi precoce di prelussazione congenita dell'anca. La Pediatria, 1937, 2: 129.
  • La Bretella quale mezzo profilattico terapeutico dell'anca che tende congenitamente a lussare. Minerva medica, 1947, 2 (30): 1-8.
  • La lussazione congenita dell'anca. Cappelli editore, Bologna, 1948.
  • Le diagnostic fait par la recherche du signe du ressaut est le seul moyen permettant le traitement vraiment précoce et total de la luxation congénitale de la hanche.
    Bulletin de l'Académie Nationale de Médecine. Séance du 12 Mars 1957 - Tome 141 n°9 et 10- 121ème année 3ème série 188-193.
  • Signes et évolution de la malformation luxante de la hanche.
    Revue de Chirurgie Orthopédique, 1958, 44: 75-83. The classic: congenital hip dysplasia in the light of early and very early diagnosis.
    Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, September 1976, 119: 6-9.
  • S. Stanisavljevic:
    Tribute to Marino Ortolani.
    Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, Philadelphia, September 1976, 119: 4-5.
  • C. Vullo and H.-R. Wiedemann:
    Marino Ortolani (1904-1983).
    European Journal of Pediatrics, May 1988, 147 (4): 340.

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