"The British Journal of Surgery," Vol. VI

  title={"The British Journal of Surgery," Vol. VI},
  author={E. W. Hey-Groves},
Benjamin Brodie's biography is the first article, and follows the usual type of this publication. The third lecture on bone growth and repair by Professor Arthur Keith follows, and chiefly consists of a comparison of Ollier's and Macemen's work on the subject. There is a useful paper on weight extension in the treatment of war fractures by Lieutenant W. H. Ogilvie, r.a.m.c. (T.C.). The Blake splint is fully described and strongly advocated in conjunction with Blake's suspension-extension frame… CONTINUE READING