THE HISTORY OF OCCUPATIONAL INJURIES IN THE UNITED STATES (1776–1976)
DETECTION OF CARDIAC DISTURBANCES FOLLOWING THORACIC TRAUMA WITH HIGH-FREQUENCY ANALYSIS OF THE ELECTROCARDIOGRAM
INTERMEDIATE-DEGREE BLUNT RENAL TRAUMA
EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPERATURE AND FEMORAL FRACTURE ON WOUND HEALING IN RATS
EFFECTS OF TESTOSTERONE PROPIONATE AND ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPERATURE ON NITROGEN BALANCE AND WOUND HEALING OF RATS WITH AND WITHOUT FEMORAL FRACTURE
RENAL ISCHEMIA AND CONTRAST UROGRAPHY
CHANGING CONCEPTS IN THE TREATMENT OF PENETRATING CARDIAC INJURIES
METABOLIC AND CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN AN UNUSUAL PATIENT WITH 35% BSA DEEP PARTIAL-THICKNESS THERMAL INJURY
ONE-STAGE DEBRIDEMENT AND PLASTIC REPAIR OF COMPOUND COMMINUTED DEPRESSED SKULL FRACTURES WITH METHYL METHACRYLATE
SPLENIC INJURY DUE TO INDIRECT TORSION
TRAUMATIC AORTO-CAVAL-PORTAL-DUODENAL FISTULA
SUPERIOR GLUTEAL ARTERY ANEURYSM
PERSISTENT POST-TRAUMATIC PSEUDOSHEATH FORMATION SECONDARY TO A MOVABLE ORGANIZED BLOOD CLOT
INTERNATIONAL
MEETINS AND POSTGRADUATE COURSES OF INTEREST