Fractures In Children
by Walter Putnam Blount
Publisher: Williams & Wilkins Company 1955
Number of pages: 287
Covers injuries and fractures to the head/skull, the shoulder girdle, the upper extremity, the lower extremity, the spine, the face, compound fractures, and pathologic fractures. The text is first presented, followed by the pictures appertaining to the chapter.
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