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Page: Abbreviations
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About PORTNotes Updated monthly since 1991.8 and published since 2000.04. Powered by OrthopaedicsOne in 2009.2. Table of Contents Introduction Written by Request: For Elton Abbreviations Forward Ackno…
Page: Acknowledgement
I would like to acknowledge our teachers, who have ultimately shown us our patients. And I would like to acknowledge our patients, who have had the courage and the will to face the diseases described …
Page: Books Reviewed and Referenced
Campanacci M(ed): Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors. 2nd Ed. Springer-Verlag, New York, 1999. Davidson AJ (ed): Cartilaginous Tumors of the Skeleton. AFIP Atlas of Radiologic-Pathologic Correlations. Fascic…
Page: Forward
Dr Mankin (far right) lighting the way in the operating suite at Massachusetts General Hospital in 1991. The book PORTNotes is without doubt, an unusual textbook and outline which can and will be of g…
Page: History of Orthopaedic Oncologic Surgery References
Cooper DY: The evolution of orthopaedic surgeons from bone and joint surgery at the University of Pennsylvania. Clin Orthop 374:17-35,2000. Enneking WF: An abbreviated history of orthopaedic oncology …
Page: Journals Reviewed and Referenced
American Journal of Orthopaedics American Journal of Radiology American Journal of Surgical Pathology Annals of Surgery Archives of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Acta Orthopaedica Scand…
Page: PORTNotes Introduction
The purpose of this syllabus is to provide the orthopaedic, pathology, and radiology resident and practioner an outline upon which to build a basic and comprehensive understanding of orthopaedic patho…
Page: Written by Request For Elton
You all know the Colonel called Firstborn*, But you don't know him well as I do; Since being my patient, With his recurrent cancer, About him all queries I'll answer. He's an eighty-one year old "spec…