Vera Baasland Halvorsen
- Senior Consultant
Consultant in the field of paediatric orthopedics for ten years
THR in patients under 20 years.
Since 1987, 131 patients under the age of 20 have undergone THR in Norway. The literature is scarce concerning long time follow up and clinical and radiological outcome for the youngest THR patients.
THR patients under 20 years in The National Register of Joint Replacement in Norway (1987-2010) will be asked to participate. The examinations will include clinical and radiological evaluations, EQ-5D and survival analysis of the prosthetic components.
The overall and long time purpose is to create the best treatment and follow up regime for these challanging patients.
To study the youngest THR patients.
Outcome of 881 total hip arthroplasties in 747 patients 21 years or younger: data from the Nordic Arthroplasty Register Association (NARA) 1995-2016
Acta Orthop, 1-12 (in press)
Motor abilities in 182 children treated for idiopathic clubfoot: a comparison between the traditional and the Ponseti method and controls
J Child Orthop, 12 (4), 383-389
Implant survival and radiographic outcome of total hip replacement in patients less than 20 years old
Acta Orthop, 87 (5), 479-84
Long-term results after closed reduction of latedetected hip dislocation: 60 patients followed up to skeletal maturity
Acta Orthop, 78 (2), 236-46
[Opiate-related deaths among drug addicts. Autopsy findings, circumstances and forensic toxicologic analyses regarding deaths]
Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen, 111 (13), 1629-32