Orthopädietechnische Probleme bei Para- und Tetraplegikern

  • H. H. Wetz
  • A. Bähler
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Zusammenfassung

Der Versuch einer orthopädietechnischen Standortbestimmung zu den Versorgungsmöglichkeiten bei angeborener und erworbener Querschnittlähmung sollte notabene mit einer einführenden Darstellung der historischen Hintergründe des zu behandelnden Sachverhaltes beginnen.

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