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On the treatment of ununited fracture by means of artificial limbs, which combine the principle of pressure and motion at the seat of fracture, and lead to the formation of an ensheathing callus. Illustrated by the history of four cases of false joint in the femur, eight in the leg, and two in the humerus. With eight wood-cuts. Extracted from the American Journal of the Medical Sciences, for January, 1855

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