Atlas of Interventional Pain Management
Bolster your knowledge of minimally invasive techniques and add new procedures to your repertoire with the third edition of the Atlas of Interventional Pain Management. Noted authority Steven D. Waldman, MD, JD provides consistent, concise, and clear advice on the safest, most clinically sound techniques. All chapters-including 20 new ones-feature CPT codes for each procedure, indications, relevant anatomy, technique, side effects and complications, and clinical pearls. The full-color illustrations and procedural videos on DVD ensure that you have the detailed guidance you need to provide your patients with the safest and most effective treatment.
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