The American Journal of Orthopedic Surgery, Volume 16 (Google eBook)

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American Orthopedic Association, 1918 - Orthopedic surgery
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Contents

The Orthopedic Centers of Great Britain and their American Medical Officers By Robert
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Book Review
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Insist on the genuine made and guaranteed under our TradeMark
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ORIGINAL ARTICLES Papers for publication will be accepted only for exclusive publication in this
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Adams Z B The special training Calve Jacques and Galland Marcel
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Cystic and Fibrocystic Disease op the Long Bones By H IK Meyerding B S M D F A C S Rochester
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Under the direction of Mark H Rogers M D Editor Charles Ogilvy M D
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AX IXQIlRY AS TO THE PRACTICABILITY OF EqlALUINa UNEQUAL LEGS BY OPERATION By Fred J FtUSCtt
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Fractures of the Femoral Neck A Plea for Optimism in the Treatment By s IJunkin M D
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ORGANIZATION OF THE DIVISION OF ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY IN THE U S ARMY WITH TUB EXPEDITIONARY FORCE
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Ax Operation which lx Selected Cakes of Infantile Paralysis of Loni Standiso Causes Return
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Wounds of the Knee Joint By Major Kendall Emerson R A M C England
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Allison Nathaniel The transporta pain June p 384
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Editorials
329
Correspondence
335
Baer William S Arthroplasty with Aug p 509
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Currext Orthopedic Literature
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Journal German and French papers will be accepted and translated without charge if suitable for publication
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Under the direction of Mark H Rogers M D Editor Charles Ogilvy M D
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Arthrodesis of the Shoulder Joint By C nermann Bucholz M D Boston
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The Use of BoiledBone in Operative Suroert By W E Gallic M D Toronto Canada
373
Lower Back Pain By Alexander R Colvin M D St Paul Minnesota
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