Primary Care Orthopaedics, Page 952
Victoria R. Masear
W.B. Saunders, 1996 - Medical - 367 pages
Here is a concise and practical guide to the evaluation and management of musculoskeletal conditions. It contains specific recommendations regarding the need for referral vs. definitive treatment by the provider, and is oriented toward primary care. Sections focus on bone and joint injuries of the spine and pelvic area, the upper and lower extremities, soft tissue injuries, and special conditions such as musculoskeletal tumors and congenital abnormalities.
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