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close this bookAmputation for War Wounds (ICRC, 30 p.)
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View the documentFOREWORD
View the documentINTRODUCTION
View the documentPATHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF THE LIMB INJURY
View the documentOPERATIVE CONSIDERATIONS
View the documentPHYSIOTHERAPY AND REHABILITATION
View the documentTHE MYOPLASTIC AMPUTATIONS (Cases A, B and C)
View the documentSPECIFIC AMPUTATIONS IN RELATION TO WAR WOUNDS
View the documentSTUMP REVISION
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