Orthopaedic Surgery: The Essentials

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Mark Baratz, Anthony D. Watson, Joseph E. Imbriglia
Thieme, 1999 - 955 pages
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Offering a complete, fully integrated approach to the entire field of orthopedic surgery, this new reference covers basic science, anatomy, surgical approaches, evaluation, treatment and anticipated outcome.

Highlights include full discussions of: musculoskeletal soft tissues, joint pathology, imaging techniques, trauma, oncology, adult and pediatric orthopedics, medical malpractice, and evolving telemedicine technology. The book's detailed yet easy-to-read format aids in implementing the practical tips and guidelines, highlighted throughout.

As comprehensive as any existing orthopedic textbook, but with the convenience of portability, the book contains hundreds of useful, finely executed illustrations. With its complete approach, this decisive book also provides the core curriculum for orthopedic residents, including state-of-the-art sections on gene therapy, outpatient orthopedics, new surgical procedures, and resource management.

Practical and timely, ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY: THE ESSENTIALS provides a clear, streamlined approach to the field. It is ideal for residents, medical students, and practicing orthopedic surgeons, who will use it both for examination review and for authoritative reference.
 

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Clinical Research Assistant, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Allegheny University of the Health Sciences, Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

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