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This book, written by one of the leading orthopedic surgeons of Europe, presents much new material. The author is a man of excellent accomplishments and is considered by the Americans who have visited him as being an excellent surgeon. He presents much material that is original. It is a book on the order of Steindler's Operative Orthopedics. The illustrations are well chosen. The photographs, parts of which have been outlined for illustrative purposes, are good. The anatomic sketches are excellent. The author gives due credit to American orthopedic surgeons, especially Albee, Hibbs, Campbell and Steindler. He also refers to the work of the British, French and Italians in orthopedic surgery. He quotes much of the work done by the Austrians and the Germans. One is a little surprised that the Abbott method of treating scoliosis is given so much attention. This book should be of great value to German and
Die Technik des orthopädischen Eingriffs. JAMA. 1928;91(4):275. doi:10.1001/jama.1928.02700040057047
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