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Published by Year Book Publishers in Chicago .
Written in English


  • Fractures.,
  • Wounds and injuries.

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Includes bibliography.

Statementby the members of the Fracture Clinic of the Massachusetts General Hospital and of the faculty of the Harvard Medical School, edited by Edwin F. Cave.
ContributionsCave, Edwin F. b. 1896., Harvard Medical School.
LC ClassificationsRD101 .M363
The Physical Object
Pagination863 p.
Number of Pages863
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6243063M
LC Control Number58002599

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Massachusetts General Hospital. Fracture Clinic. Fractures and other injuries. Chicago, Year Book Publishers [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Edwin French Cave; Massachusetts General Hospital. Fracture Clinic.; Harvard Medical School. FRACTURES AND OTHER INJURIES Hardcover – January 1, by Edwin F.; Ed. Cave (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Author: Edwin F.; Ed. Cave. Features. Handbook of Fractures PDF 3rd Edition, Written by leading orthopedic surgeons, this superbly illustrated pocket guide helps you expertly diagnose, classify, and, most importantly, manage every type of fracture and ligamentous injury commonly seen in clinical practice. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Watson-Jones, R. (Reginald), Fractures and other bone and joint injuries. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins,

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