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Rockwood and Green's: Fractures in Adults, 8e
Rockwood and Wilkins': Fractures in Children, 8e
Smith & Nephew
Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma (JOT)
Rockwood and Wilkins’: Fractures in Children
Rockwood and Wilkins': Fractures in Children, Eight Edition
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Rockwood & Wilkins’ fractures in children / [edited by] John M. Flynn, David L. Skaggs, Peter M. Waters. - Eighth edition.
p. ; cm.
Fractures in children
Preceded by: Rockwood and Wilkins’ fractures in children / editors, James H. Beaty, James R. Kasser. 7th ed. c2010.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 978-1-4511-4393-5 (hardback: alk. paper)
I. Flynn, John M., editor. II. Skaggs, David L., editor. III. Waters, Peter M., editor. IV. Title: Fractures in children.
[DNLM: 1. Fractures, Bone. 2. Adolescent. 3. Child. 4. Dislocations. 5. Infant. WE 175]
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