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MDNR 817: Clinical Narratives: Home

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Clinical Narratives are one of the most important ethnographic ways we can learn about how medical care works (or doesn't work) for our patients. These narratives are captured in a variety of different subject disciplines, so finding representative narratives can be challenging; but clinical narratives are some of the most educational and riveting professional reading.

Surgery for compound fracture of the skull, Sloane MS 1977

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