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The fourth volume of Progress in Orthopaedic Surgery is somewhat different from pre- vious publications of the series. The editors have again tried to present two topics but the publications presented from the European literature are of very recent origin. In the age of total joint replacement it was felt to be imperative to counteract the pre- sent tendency to treat every joint which does not seem to be healthy with an artificial re- placement. Orthopaedic surgery seems to be influenced by trends. In 1963, E. A. Nichol ...

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