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Fournier's disease is defined as a particular form of infectious, necrotising fasciitis affecting the perineal, perianal and scrotal regions. This article looks at historical as well as actual facts and describes one prominent case of fournier’s disease.
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Report: MCM Bricknell, RF Cordell (UK)
Article: EUROPEAN MILITARY MEDICAL SERVICES (EMMS) 2019
We are pleased to present to you the announced 2nd edition of the EUROPEAN MILITARY MEDICAL SERVICES.
Report: P. STANOJEVIKJ (MACEDONIA)
Article: O. QUANTICK, D. ROSS (UK)
What have we Learnt from Operation HERRICK in Afghanistan?
Report: Colonel Bruno Most
Report: Diana Elisa Gomes Correia, José João Baltazar Mendes
Portuguese Armed Forces Hospital – Dental Service
Report: L. WOLFF (US)
Report: Alexander Popov, Igor Yakirevich
Article: H. CVITANOVIC, E. JANCIC, V. CVITANOVIC, V. VUKIC (CROATIA)
Report: M. Reksoprodio, H. Mulijadi, I. Trihapsoro, W. Mulyawan
Experiences of the Indonesian Armed Forces /TNI
Report: Ulrich Werner (Germany)
The effort of Luftwaffe and Joint Medical Service in Germany
Article: D. Willms, A. Betzholz, M. Zallet (Germany)
Article: Shreshth Dharm-Datta, J McLenaghan
Report: J. PERALBA, J. COUCEIRO DE MIGUEL, V.N. GAVILÁN (SPAIN)
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Article: EUROPEAN MILITARY MEDICAL SERVICES
Article: C. E. CORLISS (UNITED STATES)
Article: Brig Harjinder S Bhatoe VSM
Article: D. FISCHER (GERMANY)
A Challenge for Military Medical Ethics
Report: K. POLLO, H. BRAHO, L. NIKOLLARI (HUNGARY)
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