Insall & Scott surgery of the knee, Volume 2

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Churchill Livingstone/Elsevier, Dec 23, 2005 - Medical - 2048 pages
Built on a solid foundation of basic anatomy, pathology, and diagnostic techniques, this best-selling reference offers comprehensive coverage of value to anyone involved in the diagnosis and treatment of knee disorders. JBJS considered the previous edition"...destined to become a classic in the field....[providing] exposure to the type of expert insight that, up to now, was available only to those undertaking postgraduate fellowship training in knee surgery..."

  • Covers the clinical and basic science aspects of the full range of knee surgeries, including normal and abnormal anatomy.
  • Provides the latest information in all areas of relevance to knee surgery, such as imaging and biomechanics soft tissue cartilage ligament/meniscal repair and reconstructions joint replacement fractures tumors and the arthritic knee.
  • Written by a veteran author and noted, internationally recognized authority on knee surgery and sports medicine.


  • Features all-new full-color illustrations throughout for the most accurate anatomic representations possible.
  • Includes an extensive, high-quality Image Bank-suitable for your electronic presentations.


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Contents

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Imageless Computer Tumors about the Knee
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