Techniques in Wrist and Hand Arthroscopy

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Elsevier Health Sciences, Jan 1, 2007 - Medical - 262 pages
Enhance your skills in arthroscopic surgery - an increasingly important aspect of the treatment of a variety of traumatic and degenerative ailments of the hand. Leaders in the field describe their preferred approaches in step-by-step detail - emphasizing what outcomes you can expect - and also examine the diagnostic advantages of this precise technique. A bonus DVD features video clips of the procedures described in the book, enabling you to see these performed in real time!

Presents the practice-proven procedures preferred by leading experts, equipping you to obtain the best results.
A consistent, templated format enables you to find the guidance you need quickly.
Chapters covering arthritis and disease, carpal ligament injury, wrist and carpal fractures, and portals allow you to review the most pertinent topics affecting today's arthroscopic procedures.
Video clips on the bonus DVD demonstrate step-by-step the procedures presented in the text.
 

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Contents

The Ulnocarpal Joint 27 14 The Role of Arthroscopy in Midcarpal Instability 127
3
Arthroscopic Treatment of Volar Carpal Ganglion
22
Arthroscopic RASL
79
Arthritis and Degenerative Disorders
171
Arthroscopic Radial Styloidectomy
197
Arthroscopy of the Small Joints of the Hand
213
ExtraArticular Procedures
239
David J Slutsky
256
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