The Osteochondroses of the Foot and Leg consists of 8 modules describing the major osteochondroses encountered in clinical practice.
Each module contains 4-6 lessons, with the entire course presenting more than 30 hours of the highest quality and latest evidence based CPD. The entire course will be updated regularly to ensure the latest knowledge and research is represented, and new modules will be added, for example Perthe’s Disease.
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The osteochondroses are a group of disorders that affect the epiphysis or epiphyseal equivalent segments of the immature skeleton. These disorders are believed to be primarily the result of traumatic or vascular pathology, often in the setting of overuse, and are usually, but not always, self-limited.
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