The critical review of 12 cases of trauma produced by hay baler accidents has shown a characteristically devastating pattern of injury to the upper extremity, requiring some form of amputation in 50 per cent of the individuals.
JOURNAL AND NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE ID#
JOURNAL: J Trauma. 1967; 7(2): 265-274.
Note: Journal of Trauma.NLOM ID#: 67094738
Publication #: 67094738
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