Cervical Spinal Disorders: A Textbook for Rehabilitation Sciences Students

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Sai Wing Lee
Springer Singapore, Jul 1, 1999 - Medical - 278 pages
A comprehensive textbook for undergraduate rehabilitation sciences students, with contributions by various experts in different medical disciplines. Divided into five parts, the book covers basic sciences, common pathologies, clinical investigation procedures, diagnostics imaging, surgery, orthotic management, occupational neck disorders, sports injuries, and the rehabilitaion of patients with cervical spinal disorders. Current scientific research areas and outcome assessment are given in the last part of the book. Clinical therapists and medical students, nurses and orthopedics, will find this textbook informative and useful.

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Anatomy of the cervical spine and its clinical implications
Essences of neurovascular systems of the cervical spine
Biomechanics of the cervical spine

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