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The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery: July 1924
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An obstinate long standing ulceration of an amputation stump apparently due to insufficient nutrition. Healed in three weeks after operation and remaining firmly healed for seven months. Slight recurrence during the last three weeks. The result of the operation would have to be listed among the improved cases.

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