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  1. 40510701940
    Author(s):Kania, T.
    Title:*Ueber die Kräftigung der lateralen Sohlenmuskeln und ihr Einfluss auf den Fuss.
    Subject(s):Foot Disease: Static defect
    Pagination:23p.
    Place of Publication:Bresl.
    Date of Publication:1938
    Size:8°.
    Language:German
    Type of Resource:Dissertation
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 5/Page 1070
  2. 40510702030
    Author(s):Ellenberg, S. L.
    Title:A report on foot conditions found in a group of public school children.
    Subject(s):Foot Disease: Static defect
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Arch. Pediat.
    Place of Publication:N. Y.
    Date of Publication:1934
    Pagination:51: 729–31.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 5/Page 1070
  3. 40510701250
    Author(s):Sweetapple, H. A.
    Title:A study of the feet of new-born infants.
    Subject(s):Foot Development, and growth
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Med. J. Australia
    Date of Publication:1932
    Pagination:2: 892.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 5/Page 1070
  4. 40510701740
    Author(s):Morse, F. H.
    Title:Affections of the feet and ankles.
    Subject(s):Foot Disease
    Journal Title Abbreviation:J. Nat. Ass. Chiropod.
    Date of Publication:1931
    Pagination:21: No. 3, 18–33.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 5/Page 1070
  5. 40510702000
    Author(s):Diamond, L.
    Title:An interpretation of foot balance and stabilization with special reference to maintenance of calcaneal alignment and flare reconstruction.
    Subject(s):Foot Disease: Static defect
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Clin. J. Chiropody
    Date of Publication:1937–38
    Pagination:9: 77–81.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 5/Page 1070
  6. 40510701260
    Author(s):Williams, G. A.
    Title:Atavistic human foot, its developmental significance.
    Subject(s):Foot Development, and growth
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Am. J. Phys. Anthrop.
    Date of Publication:1931
    Pagination:16: 1–14.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 5/Page 1070
  7. 40510701170
    Author(s):Gerassimova, N.
    Kochev, K.
    Title:Beitrag zur Frage des normalen Kinderfusses auf Grund der Untersuchung von 1,000 Kindern.
    Subject(s):Foot Development, and growth
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Arch. orthop. Unfallchir.
    Date of Publication:1928
    Pagination:26: 767–70.
    Language:German
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 5/Page 1070
  8. 40510701130
    Author(s):Böker, H.
    Title:Bilder zur Ontogenese der Fussabrollung beim Menschen.
    Subject(s):Foot Development, and growth
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Verh. Anat. Ges.
    Date of Publication:1936
    Pagination:43: 288–90.
    Language:German
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 5/Page 1070
  9. 40510701600
    Author(s):Grossman, J.
    Title:Common avoidable foot ailments.
    Subject(s):Foot Disease
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Med. Rev. of Rev.
    Date of Publication:1932
    Pagination:37: 129–41.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 5/Page 1070
  10. 40510701900
    Author(s):Stevenson, G. H.
    Title:Common disabilities of the foot, with special reference to the supply of footwear.
    Subject(s):Foot Disease
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Tr. R. Med. Chir. Soc. Glasgow
    Date of Publication:(1927–28)
    Date of Publication:1929
    Pagination:22: 152–9.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 5/Page 1070
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