On direct and indirect traction and the treatment of fractures of the lower limbs

Book/Photograph

Description

English

This book contains examples of the progress of medicine as a result of the war. The author was a doctor in Bologna’s Gozzadini Hospital. Many of the cases are illustrated with images.

Italian

Esempio dei progressi della medicina, causati dalla guerra. L’autore era un medico dell’ospedale Gozzadini di Bologna. Il testo è corredato di numerose immagini.

Transcript

Transcript

English

picture 3 – Demonstration of the transport method of a man with the broken limb included in the apparatus.

Italian

Fig. 3 – Dimostrazione del metodo di trasporto coll’arto fratturato incluso in trazione nell’Apparecchio.

Full title
On direct and indirect traction and the treatment of fractures of the lower limbs
Published
1917
Format
Book / Photograph
Held by
Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Roma
Usage Terms
Free from known copyright restrictions

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