- Shally Awasthi, King George's Medical College
- Elena Chiappini, University of Florence
- Lorenzo Iughetti, University of Modena & Reggio Emilia
- David A Paul, Christiana Care Health Services
- Susan E Richardson, The Hospital for Sick Children
- Paramala Santosh, King's College London
- Nawsheen Boodhun, BioMed Central
An epidemiological analysis of pediatric longbone fractures in Switzerland shows that fracture distribution is gender, age and BMI dependent, with obese children being more likely to experience a fracture.
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