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D. V. Marshall
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City General Hospital, York
1942 by The American Orthopaedic Association, Inc.
J Bone Joint Surg Am, 1942 Jan 01;24(1):169-184
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1. The practice of aiming at. ankylosis and the use of plaster-of-Paris spicas in the treatment of chronic inflammatory lesions of tuberculous or avirulent pyogenic infective origin in the hip joint are not approved.

2. Rollier's work and recommendations are confirmed and supported, and it is contended that similar results may be obtained in orthopaedic hospitals not so fortunately placed as the Alpine solaria by adopting methods like those outlined in the foregoing article.

3. It is believed that a walking caliper with an anti-adduction spring, as illustrated, may prove useful in the hands of other surgeons.

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