PARTIAL THORACOPLASTY WITHOUT DEFORMATION

@inproceedings{Iselin1939PARTIALTW,
  title={PARTIAL THORACOPLASTY WITHOUT DEFORMATION},
  author={Marc Iselin and Charles R. Arp},
  year={1939}
}
All surgical methods pass through three stages: first, the pioneer stage, during which the surgeon is happy if the operation has been successful, that is to say, if the patient has survived it; then the second stage, in which, the rate of mortality having diminished, the surgeon endeavors to render the operation more efficacious, and finally the third stage, in which he tries to perform an efficacious operation with as little mutilation as possible. Surgical treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis… CONTINUE READING

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