OPEN REDUCTION OF T-CONDYLAR FRACTURES OF THE HUMERUS THROUGH AN ANTERIOR APPROACH
OPEN REDUCTION OF T & Y FRACTURES OF THE LOWER END OF THE HUMERUS
SOME SIGNIFICANT BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS FOUND IN 300 SHOCK PATIENTS
ALTERATIONS IN COAGULATION AND FIBRINOLYTIC MECHANISMS IN ACUTE TRAUMA
Work capacity after vertebral fracture without spinal cord injury
Compression osteosynthesis of closed fractures and pseudoarthroses of diaphyses of the leg bones
Cranio-cerebral injury and prophylactic tracheotomy
Post-traumatic changes in vertebrae after uncomplicated fracture
Peculiarities of clinical picture and management of injuries to the knee joint in patients over 50 years of age
EMERGENCY MEDICAL MANPOWER