Orthopaedic war injuries: recent developments in treatment and research.

Dana C. Covey, Roy K. Aaron, Martin F. Baechler, Christopher T. Born, Deborah McK Ciombor, James A. Keeney, Andrew W. Mack, Michael T. Mazurek, Mark W. Richardson, Alexander Y. Shin, Michael A. Thompson

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Abstract

Musculoskeletal injury is the most common type of injury among survivors of combat trauma, and combat-related trauma is challenging for an orthopaedic surgeon to treat. Methods of treatment are evolving, but significant gaps remain as knowledge of civilian trauma is extrapolated to combat trauma.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)117-129
Number of pages13
JournalInstructional course lectures
Volume58
StatePublished - 2009
Externally publishedYes

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Orthopedics
Wounds and Injuries
Research
Therapeutics
Survivors
Warfare

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Covey, D. C., Aaron, R. K., Baechler, M. F., Born, C. T., Ciombor, D. M., Keeney, J. A., ... Thompson, M. A. (2009). Orthopaedic war injuries: recent developments in treatment and research. Instructional course lectures, 58, 117-129.

Orthopaedic war injuries : recent developments in treatment and research. / Covey, Dana C.; Aaron, Roy K.; Baechler, Martin F.; Born, Christopher T.; Ciombor, Deborah McK; Keeney, James A.; Mack, Andrew W.; Mazurek, Michael T.; Richardson, Mark W.; Shin, Alexander Y.; Thompson, Michael A.

In: Instructional course lectures, Vol. 58, 2009, p. 117-129.

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Covey, DC, Aaron, RK, Baechler, MF, Born, CT, Ciombor, DM, Keeney, JA, Mack, AW, Mazurek, MT, Richardson, MW, Shin, AY & Thompson, MA 2009, 'Orthopaedic war injuries: recent developments in treatment and research.', Instructional course lectures, vol. 58, pp. 117-129.
Covey DC, Aaron RK, Baechler MF, Born CT, Ciombor DM, Keeney JA et al. Orthopaedic war injuries: recent developments in treatment and research. Instructional course lectures. 2009;58:117-129.
Covey, Dana C. ; Aaron, Roy K. ; Baechler, Martin F. ; Born, Christopher T. ; Ciombor, Deborah McK ; Keeney, James A. ; Mack, Andrew W. ; Mazurek, Michael T. ; Richardson, Mark W. ; Shin, Alexander Y. ; Thompson, Michael A. / Orthopaedic war injuries : recent developments in treatment and research. In: Instructional course lectures. 2009 ; Vol. 58. pp. 117-129.
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