FAT EMBOLISM AND SIGNS OF INTRAVASCULAR COAGULATION IN A POSTTRAUMATIC AUTOPSY MATERIAL
THE IMPORTANCE OF INTRAVASCULAR COAGULATION AND INHIBITION OF THE FIBRINOLYTIC SYSTEM IN EXPERIMENTAL FAT EMBOLISM
THE SYNDROME OF FAT EMBOLISM
COAGULATION ALTERATIONS, HYPOXEMIA, AND FAT EMBOLISM IN FRACTURE PATIENTS
THE INFLUENCE OF CERTAIN RADIOPROTECTIVE CHEMICALS ON THE MOUSE'S RESPONSE TO TOURNIQUET INJURY
EXPERIMENTAL USE OF METHENAMINE MANDELATE IN TREATMENT OF BURN WOUNDS IN RATS
SPONTANEOUS RUPTURE OF THE ACHILLES TENDON
A HAZARD OF PERITONEAL DIALYSIS IN BURNED PATIENTS
MASSIVE GROSS PULMONARY EMBOLISM OF CEREBRAL TISSUE FOLLOWING SEVERE HEAD TRAUMA
ACUTE EPIDURAL HEMATOMA OF THE POSTERIOR FOSSA WITHOUT A CONCOMITANT FRACTURE
COLONEL DOUGLAS LINDSEY, MC, USA, EDITOR
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