Alanson E (1782)

Practical observations on amputation, and the after-treatment, 2nd edn. London: Joseph Johnson.
Edward Alanson, a surgeon in Liverpool, described and evaluated a new method of performing limb amputations using a skin flap to cover the stump.

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