- Author:George Austin
- Publisher:Thomas; 2nd edition (1972)
- Subcategory:Diseases & Physical Ailments
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Austin, George, 1916-). Books from the extended shelves: Austin, George, 1916-: The spinal cord; basic aspects and surgical considerations, (Springfield, Il. Thomas, ) (page images at HathiTrust).
basic aspects and surgical considerations. Published 1961 by Thomas in Springfield, Ill. Surgery, Spinal cord, Internet Archive Wishlist. Includes bibliography and indexes.
Austin G (1961) The Spinal Cord Basic Aspects and Surgical Considerations. Charles C Thomas, Springfield IllGoogle Scholar. Bedbrook GM (1966) Pathological principles in the management of spinal cord trauma. Paraplegia 4:43–le Scholar. Brock S (1960) Injuries of the Brain and Spinal Cord and Their Coverings. Cassell, LondonGoogle Scholar. Hughes JT (1966) Pathology of the Spinal Cord. Lloyd Luke Ltd, LondonGoogle Scholar. Cite this chapter as: Bedbrook . 1981) Pathologic Considerations of Spinal Paralysis. In: The Care and Management of Spinal Cord Injuries. Springer, New York, NY.