Arthroscopy of the Knee: Diagnosis and Treatment

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Saunders, 1990 - Medical - 240 pages
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This problem-oriented book discusses arthroscopic techniques with an emphasis on diagnosis and treatment of all types of knee disorders. Explores arthroscopic and radiological diagnostic modalities, including MRI, and the spectrum of surgical treatments presently available. Covers mensical tears, patello-femoral maladies, extrasynovial lesions, and condylar disease. Includes an entire section on other joints such as temporomandibular, shoulder, elbow, wrist, and more.

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The Evolution of Arthroscopy
Diagnostic Imaging of the Knee
Anesthetic Considerations in Arthroscopy

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