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OPERATIONS ON THE UPPER EXTREMITY; PROBLEMS IN KINETICS; END RESULTS.

STEINDLER, A.
The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery: July 1927
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The four groups analyzed represent only a small part of the problems that arise in reconstruction of the upper extremity. They are, however, the groups which we believe lend themselves best to kinetic analysis, and benefit most materially by it. They are illustrative evidence that, among other things, a closer kinetic analysis is essential for the setting up of indications for operative procedures and that, without it, even the most correct technique may fail.

(C) 1927 All Rights Reserved.The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Inc.

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