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Limb Salvage and Amputation for Vascular Disease

      This book is distinctly British in origin but international in appeal. The text stemmed from a British parliamentary review of amputations performed by artificial limb services in England. The authors, who are vascular surgeons and not orthopedists, are quick to emphasize that the majority of such amputations are the result of arterial occlusive disease and are perhaps preventable in many patients. To examine the controversies in limb salvage and amputation rehabilitation, they assembled a group of international experts to review the topic in an interesting question-and-answer format.
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