Sclerotic Therapy in Practice-Part IV: The Injection Treatment of Hydrocele and Some Other Conditions.

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PRACTICALITIES 133 the technique of the surgeon and of the theatre staff is perfect, and nothing less must suffice, it will be found that bones are not filled with "black ingratitude" as was formerly thought, but will fulfil the surgeon's highest expectations. Failure to treat the soft tissues gives as bad an after-result as failure to treat the fracture… (More)

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@article{Foote1945ScleroticTI, title={Sclerotic Therapy in Practice-Part IV: The Injection Treatment of Hydrocele and Some Other Conditions.}, author={Rachel Foote}, journal={Postgraduate medical journal}, year={1945}, volume={21 234}, pages={133-6} }