Occupational Hand and Upper Extremity Injuries and Diseases
Morton L. Kasdan
Hanley & Belfus, 1998 - Medical - 556 pages
Featuring 9 additional chapters and 10 new topics, this new 2nd edition is a current presentation of a classic reference. Explores the complex situations arising from occupational disorders, describes the types of injuries and diseases possible, recommends treatment and rehabilitation protocols, and examines motivational, psychological and legal factors.
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The StillEvolving History of Compensation for Bodily Harm
A Sociobiological Problem
Etiologies and Prevalence of Occupational Upper Extremity Injuries
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