Published October 17, 1944 | Version v1.0.0
Surgery Cases 016
The patient, wounded in action by enemy machine gun fire near Pontella, Italy, received a perforating wound in his left hand. The 94th Evacuation Hospital staff debrided the hand and applied a Plaster of Paris cast to set the multiple fractures. When the patient was transferred to the 12th General Hospital, his wounds were loosely closed, and a new cast was applied.
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1944-10-17When the item was originally created.