Textbook of Arthroscopy, Volume 355

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Mark D. Miller, Brian J. Cole
Saunders, 2004 - Medical - 862 pages
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More than 100 experts provide a comprehensive, well-designed single reference focused on all aspects of arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee, ankle, and spine. They explore diagnostic and therapeutic arthroscopy for each specific site followed by surgical techniques presented in a step-by-step fashion. Remarkably thorough and user-friendly, over 2,000 illustrations (930 in full color), demonstrate nuances of technique. A bonus CD-ROM/DVD bound into the book features video clips of many of the individual procedures.

  • Covers major topics including diagnostic and operative arthroscopy with step-by-step surgical technique management of lesions including SLAP and PCL injuries the latest information on hip arthroscopy and knot typing.
  • Presents the latest techniques from over 100 expert contributors, representing the leading arthroscoptists in the field.
  • Includes a CD-Rom/DVD with video clips of illustrations of the latest techniques in arthroscopic surgery.
  • Features over 2,000 illustrations, including more than 925 in full color.
  • Emphasis on each joint, discussing crucial aspects of arthroscopic technique and normal arhtroscopic anatomy.

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Surgical Techniques
Equipment and Materials 1 CHAPTER 11 SinglePoint Fixation for Shoulder
The History of Arthroscopy 3 Kyle R Flik Victor Lopez Jr and Answorth A Allen

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About the author (2004)

MARK MILLER is a corporate trainer and consultant. He has taught XML, Perl, Database Connectivity, CGI Scripting, Photoshop, HTML, and XML with Java at Autodesk, Hewlett-Packard, and SGI. His previous projects include national speaking engagements on bilingual Web sites, building a ticketing and theater review service, and creating an e-commerce solution.
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has been working with Java since its early days and teaches the language at venues ranging from Sun Microsystems to public high school. He has a BA from Oberlin College and an M.S. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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