On the Contributions of Hugh Owen Thomas of Liverpool, Sir Robert Jones..., John Ridlon M.D.. . . to Modern Orthopedic Surgery; With a Supplement on Ridlon and His Share in Moulding Orthopedic Surgery by Arthur Steindler.
by ORR, Hiram Winnett (1877-1956).
Springfield:: Charles C. Thomas, 1949., 1949. 8vo. xiv, 253,  pp. 22 figures. Dark green blind- and gilt-stamped cloth, dust-jacket; jacket extremities showing wear. Very good. Inviting work on the "Big Three" of British orthopedic surgery. Owen Thomas created many orthopedic techniques still in use today. Baronet Robert Jones named the eponymous Jones Fracture and pioneered surgical repair techniques for fractures. John Ridlon specialized in spinal injuries. Orr, oddly, was a Nebraska physician specializing in orthopedic surgery. He was introduced to the teachings of the three while serving with the AEF in World War I.
(Inventory #: SEG1127)
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