Human Limbs and Their Substitutes: Presenting Results of Engineering and Medical Studies of the Human Extremities and Application of the Data to the Design and Fitting of Artificial Limbs and to the Care and Training of Amputees. In Summary and Correlation of a Research Program for the Dept. of Medicine and Surgery, U.S. Veterans Administration, and for the Office of the Surgeon General, Dept. of the Army. [By] Paul E. Klopsteg, Philip D. Wilson, Et Al

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Hafner, 1954 - Artificial limbs - 869 pages
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The Influence of New Developments
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Port III
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The Techniques of Cineplasty
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