THE AFTER-TREATMENT OF AMPUTATION STUMPS

C. W. G. Bryan
1916 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Olinical and other N oles 673 weeks have been unable to take solid food are able to masticate with comfort. Lastly, the depression disappears and the men become fit and ready for active duty. This subject is brought to the notice of medical officers not merely for their information, but in order that they may investigate and record how frequent is the condition and to what extent they are able to confirm the success thus far found to attend the treatment here described.
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