Atlas of Hand Surgery
W. Bruce Conolly
Churchill Livingstone, 1998 - Medical - 406 pages
This volume covers the hand surgical techniques the non-specialist needs to peform. It takes a one-stop approach, with each illustration accompanied by a detailed, descriptive capition which eliminates the need for flipping back and forth through the text.
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Precautions in Using an Arm Tourniquet
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