Case report| Volume 22, ISSUE 2, P149-150, March 1991

Fracture of the first rib: an uncommon throwing injury

  • R.S. Moore
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    Accident and Emergency Department, Royal Liverpool Children's Hospital (Alder Hey), UK
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