A System of Orthopaedic Medicine

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Saunders, 1995 - Medical - 974 pages
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This fully illustrated and comprehensive text/reference presents detailed and systematic coverage of the entire scope of orthopaedic medicine. For each region of the musculoskeletal system, the authors describe the applied anatomy, providing an understanding of what is central to accurate diagnosis, and a systemic approach to assessment with precise guidance on how to make a differential diagnosis.

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Ludwig Ombregt Herman J ter Veer Pierre Bisschop Tony Van de Velde 1 Pain
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Pressure on nerves
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Pressure on nerves
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