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May 13, 1939

Traité de chirurgie orthopédique

JAMA. 1939;112(19):1993. doi:10.1001/jama.1939.02800190107036

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Abstract

This set of five volumes is the finest material on orthopedic surgery that has come from France. It reflects the knowledge of French orthopedic surgeons and general surgeons interested in bone and joint and related lesions. The contributors were chosen with great care, and they have done themselves, both individually and collectively, great honor. Some of the most notable are Ombredanne, Mathieu, Lance, Huc, Padovani, Calvé, Delahaye, Ducroquet, Fontaine, Ferdet, Inglerans, Lamy, Lasserre, LeDoux-Lebard, LeFort, Leriche, Leveuf, Mouchet, Nové-Josserand, Policard, Ponzet, Rendu, Rocher, Roederer, Sorrel, Sorrel-Dejerine and Tavernier. Volume I treats congenital malformation of the extremities, the skeletal system, lesions of bones, diseases of joint and surgical procedures on joints, diseases of muscles, tendons and aponeuroses, and lesions of the skin. Volume II deals with diseases of the nervous system, including spastic paralysis, infantile paralysis and wounds of nerves, as well as lesions of the blood vessels of interest to

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