Joint and Soft Tissue Injection: Injecting With Confidence
General practitioners are often required to treat, by cortico-steroid injection, the musculo-skeletal lesions that commonly occur in soft tissues and inflammatory arthropathies. This work provides coverage and illustrative demonstration of the skills required to inject with confidence.
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