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Case of Gun-Shot Wound of the Knee-Joint; Ball Lodged in the Head of the Tibia; Extracted through the Joint Six Months after the Accident; Recovery with a Useful Limb



Case of Gun-Shot Wound of the Knee-Joint; Ball Lodged in the Head of the Tibia; Extracted through the Joint Six Months after the Accident; Recovery with a Useful Limb



Confederate States Medical and Surgical Journal 1(7): 102-104




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