Foot Fracture: Top KOLs in the world
|Charles M Court‐Brown|
|University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK | University of Edinb |
|Jane A Cauley|
|Department of Epidemiology Graduate School of Public Health |
|John Allan Eisman|
|Osteoporosis and Bone Biology, Garvan Institute of Medical R |
|Steven Ron Cummings|
|Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of |
|Leland G Hawkins|
|**Associate Professor, University of Colorad |
|Lee Joseph Melton,|
|Divisions of Epidemiology. | O. Ni Mhuircheartaigh, MB, BCh, |
|Department for Foot and Ankle Surgery Rummelsberg and Nuremb |
|Emil H Schemitsch|
|Department of Surgery, University of Western Ontario, London |
|Kristine E Ensrud|
|Center for Care Delivery and Outcomes Research, Minneapolis |
|Stephen F Conti|
|Orthopaedic Specialists - UPMC, Pittsburgh, PA, United State |
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