Inversion injuries of the ankle: clinical assessment and radiographic review

S C Brooks, B T Potter, J B Rainey
1981 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Regional Accident Unit, Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh EH3 9YW S C BROOKS, MRCGP, registrar B T POTTER, MB, cHB, registrar J B RAINEY, MB, cHs, registrar tinuing pam or those who clinically have a fracture requiring immobilisation. This would produce a large saving in NHS resources.
doi:10.1136/bmj.282.6264.607 fatcat:zztktzdzqfc6xfp35f27ojkgwm