The Need of Sanatorium Treatment of Tuberculous Children

Walter A. Griffin
1922 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
I believe that orthopedics can be divided into three classes mechanical, manipulative, and operative. We realize that some orthopedic surgeons are better prepared in one field than in the others. Arthroplasties belong strictly to the operative orthropedic surgeon, and, as such, ABSTRACT. Radiotherapy in carcinoma of the breast can be divided into three parts: 1st. Ante-operative and post-operative treatment, and in this group of cases there should be a conference between the radiologist and
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