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Volume 30, Number 3, April 1999

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Should we operate on nonagenarians with hip fractures?
pp. 169-172(4)
Authors: Jennings, A.G.; de Boer, P.

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Detection of pneumoperitoneum by ultrasound examination: an experimental and clinical study
pp. 173-178(6)
Authors: Grechenig, W.; Peicha, G.; Clement, H.; Grechenig, M.

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Do peripheral blood counts have any prognostic value following trauma?
pp. 179-185(7)
Authors: Rainer, T.H.; Chan, T.Y.F.; Cocks, R.A.

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Good outcomes of open pelvic fractures
pp. 187-190(4)
Authors: Ferrera, P.C.; Hill, D.A.

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Abnormal scaphoid fat pad: is it a reliable sign of fracture scaphoid
pp. 191-194(4)
Authors: Banerjee, B.; Nashi, M.

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An improved cementing technique for revision hip surgery after peri-prosthetic fractures
pp. 195-198(4)
Authors: Sandhu, S.S.; Fern, E.D.; Parsons, S.W.

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Parameters of multiple organ dysfunction fail to predict secondary amputation following limb salvage in multiply traumatized patients
pp. 199-207(9)
Authors: Seekamp, A.; Regel, G.; Hildebrand, F.; Sander, J.; Tscherne, H.

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Early continuous noninvasive haemodynamic monitoring after severe blunt trauma
pp. 209-214(6)
Authors: Velmahos, G.C.; Wo, C.C.J.; demetriades, D.; Shoemaker, W.C.

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Early failure of spiral blade using with an unreamed femoral nail: a case report
pp. 219-220(2)
Authors: Qureshi, F.; Gliatis, J.; Hahn, D.M.

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Bilateral upper ureteric disruptions caused by a traffic accident
pp. 221-223(3)
Authors: Yagi, H.; Igawa, M.; Shiina, H.; Shigeno, K.; Wada, Y.; Yoneda, T.

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Parallel twin blade technique for scar revision
pp. 224-225(2)
Authors: Kumar, N.; Wilson, M.; Newman, R.J.

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AO/ASIF unreamed femoral nail: a minimally invasive approach to its insertion
pp. 226-230(5)
Authors: Chojnowski, A.; Coleman, N.

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