Surgical Anatomy of the Hand and Upper Extremity
James R. Doyle
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2003 - Medical - 721 pages
Prepared by preeminent hand surgeons and a master medical illustrator, this text/atlas is the most comprehensive reference on surgical anatomy of the hand and upper extremity. It features 500 full-color photographs of fresh cadaver dissections and 1,000 meticulous drawings that offer a realistic, detailed view of the complex anatomy encountered during surgical procedures. The text is thorough and replete with clinical applications.
A Systems Anatomy section covers the skeleton, muscles, nerves, and vasculature. A Regional Anatomy section demonstrates anatomic landmarks and relationships, surgical approaches, clinical correlations, and anatomic variations in each region. An Appendix explains anatomic signs, syndromes, tests, and eponyms.
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The book is well written with sound basis from contemporary journals & textbooks incorporated in it.Beautiful and techniqually correct illustrations accompany the text.
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