The Hand, Volume 3
This monumental treatise provides encyclopedic coverage of the hand--from etiology and pathophysiology to diagnosis and treatment. Volume 1 presents essential anatomy, physiology and clinical examination, principles of electrodiagnosis and electrotherapy, and the psychological and psychiatric aspects of hand injury. Volume 3 covers surgery of the tendons, nerves, and vessels, plus burns and radiation injuries. Volume 4 discusses nontraumatic lesions, hand palsies, rheumatoid arthritis, Dupuytren's contracture, congential malformations and rehabilitation.
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PART ONESURGERY OF TENDONS
THE NUTRITION OF FLEXOR TENDONS
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