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SYMPOSIUM ON THE ROLE OF INTRAVASCULAR COAGULATION IN THE IMMEDIATE AND LATE CARE OF THE SEVERELY INJURED PERSON
TRAUMA AND DISSEMINATED INTRAVASCULAR COAGULATION
THROMBOEMBOLISM
VASCULAR INJURY
THE NATURE OF BLOOD SLUDGING, AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS OF TRAUMA AND SHOCK
SOME MECHANISMS OF THROMBUS FORMATION AND HEMORRHAGE FOLLOWING TRAUMA
RELEASE OF FREE FATTY ACIDS FOLLOWING TRAUMA
PULMONARY COMPLICATIONS OF NON-THORACIC TRAUMA
RECTAL INJURIES
ROLE OF INTESTINAL CHYME IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF GASTRIC ULCERATION FOLLOWING EXPERIMENTAL HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK
FIFTY-FIFTH ANNUAL CLINICAL CONGRESS OF AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS STRESSES TRAUMA
1969. Sources of error in echoen cephalography
1968. Dynamics of the bacteriological picture during treatment of experimental gas gan grene by regional perfusion
1969. Closed thoracic trauma
1969. Late cord damage from vertebral injuries
1969. Eye injuries from traffic accidents
1969. The operative management of injuries of the cervical spine
WORKSHOP ON TRAUMA