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Hip fever: Sources and notes

> Lameness: a common symptom in children. Practical information n ° 11, Sofcot, 2005.
> C. Job-Deslandre. Hip Pathology in Children, Journal of Rheumatism 76 (2009) 361-366.

Authors: Dr. Nicolas Evrard and Dr. Ada Picard.

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