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3D surgical planning including patientspecific drilling guides for tibial plateau fractures: a prospective feasibility study

Statistical groupings of mental and social health measurements correlate with musculoskeletal capability: A cross sectional study

Systematic review of machine-learning models in orthopaedic trauma: an overview and quality assessment of 45 studies

Artificial intelligence fracture recognition on computed tomography: review of literature and recommendations

Can CT-based gap and step-off displacement predict outcome after nonoperative treatment of acetabular fractures?

Clinical validation of the 'C-arm rotational view (CARV)': study protocol of a prospective randomised controlled trial

Clockwise torque results in higher reoperation rates in left-sided femur fractures

Coronoid fractures and traumatic elbow instability

Developing a machine learning algorithm to predict probability of retear and functional outcomes in patients undergoing rotator cuff repair surgery: Protocol for a retrospective, multicentre study

Developing a machine learning algorithm to predict the probability of aseptic loosening of the glenoid component after anatomical total shoulder arthroplasty: protocol for a retrospective, multicentre study

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