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Med Chir Trans. 1893; 76: 57–72.
On the Advantages of an Amputation through the Thigh, either as a Preliminary Operation to, or, in some cases, instead of, Amputation through the Hip, where the Hip-joint is itself diseased and the Patient in very bad Condition
H. G. Howse
For much kind assistance in looking up these cases I am indebted to Mr. Lawford Knaggs, of Leeds, and to one of my former dressers, Mr. John Fawcett.
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