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Aquatic injuries


, : Aquatic injuries. Nordisk Medicin 109(10): 269-270

The pattern of injury sustained in an aquascape is described. The most serious and the highest number of injuries were sustained in the water chute (head, face). 15 percent of the injuries were bone or dental fractures. Prophylactic advice is given.

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PMID: 7937022


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