Die Behandlungsstrategien für knöcherne Defekte der vorderen Schulterinstabilität – Vergleich der Perspektiven

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Dyrna, F. Die Behandlungsstrategien für knöcherne Defekte der vorderen Schulterinstabilität – Vergleich der Perspektiven. Obere Extremität 16, 75–76 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11678-021-00630-3

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