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Operative treatment of elbow injuries / editors, Champ L. Baker, Jr., Kevin D. Plancher. p. ; cm.
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1. Elbow—Surgery. 2. Elbow—Wounds and Injuries—Treatment. 3. Arthroscopy. I. Baker, Champ L. II. Plancher, Kevin D.
[DNLM: 1. Elbow—surgery. 2. Arthroscopy—methods. 3. Elbow—injuries. 4. Elbow Joint—injuries. 5. Elbow Joint—surgery. WE 820 O61 2001] RD558.O64 2001
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