Verdacht auf eine Sprunggelenksfraktur bei Älteren – Anwendung der Ottawa Ankle Rules

Suspected ankle fractures in the elderly—application of the Ottawa Ankle Rules

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Rausch, N. Verdacht auf eine Sprunggelenksfraktur bei Älteren – Anwendung der Ottawa Ankle Rules. Notfall Rettungsmed (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10049-020-00837-x

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