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Volume 29, Number 3, April 1998

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Raised compartmental pressure in children: a basis for management
pp. 183-185(3)
Authors: Mars, M.; Hadley, G.P.

Angiographic embolisation in pelvic fracture
pp. 187-191(5)
Authors: Perez, J.V.; Hughes, T.M.D.; Bowers, K.

Neurological sequelae of minor head and neck injuries
pp. 199-206(8)
Author: Landy, P.J.B.

A technique to obtain correct rotational alignment during closed locked intramedullary nailing of the femur
pp. 207-210(4)
Authors: deshmukh, R.G.; Lou, K.K.; Neo, C.B.; Yew, K.S.; Rozman, I.; George, J.

Pelvic fractures: the golden hour
pp. 211-213(3)
Authors: Meighan, A.; Gregori, A.; Kelly, M.; MacKay, G.

Management of displaced femoral neck fractures in young adults (a group at risk)
pp. 215-218(4)
Authors: Gautam, V.K.; Anand, S.; Dhaon, B.K.

Is early kinetic positioning beneficial for pulmonary function in multiple trauma patients?
pp. 219-225(7)
Authors: Pape, H.; Remmers, D.; Weinberg, A.; Graf, B.; Reilmann, H.; Evans, S.; Regel, G.; Tscherne, H.

The biomechanical properties of fascia lata grafts: a preliminary study
pp. 227-228(2)
Authors: Thomas, O.L.; Morrison, C.; Howard, L.; Oni, O.O.A.

Compartment pressure monitoring -- current UK orthopaedic practice
pp. 229-232(4)
Authors: Williams, P.R.; Russell, I.D.; Mintowt-Czyz, W.J.

An unorthodox solution to an intra-operative complication of hip fracture fixation
pp. 248-249(2)
Authors: Lam, C.K.J.; Wing, C.W.; Fu, K.I.

Author's reply
pp. 250-251(2)
Author: Colton, C.

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