By J. Black (auth.)
This booklet will current you the newest and hottest resource of medical and medical information about using ceramics and different replacement bearings in joint alternative surgery.
The Symposium will pay tribute and popularity to the lengthy expected awakening of the yank Markets to ceramics and replacement bearing applied sciences in addition to to town of Washington with a robust historical past devoted to schooling and to foreign interaction.
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