Synopsis of Orthopaedics

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Thieme, 1992 - Medical - 534 pages

Covers the main specialty areas within orthopedic surgery, outlining the scientific data and principles that are essential to the successful management of orthopedic patients. It distills the essential facts and current advances in orthopedics so that the reader can review the materials.

 

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Contents

Anatomy
1
Fractures and Dislocations 62 Spondylolysis
39
Metabolic Bone Diseases
63
Fracture Healing and Nonunion
70
Coxa Plana
163
Disorders
193
Adult Orthopaedics
215
Hip Problems
238
36
281
Fractures of the Shaft Seronegative Spondylitis 467
316
Biomechanics
327
Tendon Injuries
345
Fractures and Dislocations
352
Wrist Injuries and Disorders 359 Kenneth M Morrison Howard S
499
Tendon Transfers of the Hand 372 74 Lower Limb Orthotics in Adults
509
Congenital Anomalies of 77 Upper Limb Prosthetics
516

Knee Problems
246
Sports Injuries of
255
Spine Index
527
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About the author (1992)

Midwest Orthopaedics at RUSCH, Rusch Medical College, Chicago IL

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