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A modified technique for the application of a plaster cast to fresh fractures, which improves control of the fracture during application and obviates the need for an assistant is described.
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- Fractures in Adults. Vol 2. Lippincott, Philadelphia1984: 1626 2nd Ed.
- Fractures and Joint Injuries. Vol 2. Churchill Livingstone, London and Edinburgh1982: 1078 6th Ed.
Accepted: September 17, 1990
© 1991 Published by Elsevier Inc.