Green's Operative Hand Surgery, Volume 1

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Churchill Livingstone, 1999 - Medical - 2302 pages
The 4th Edition of this landmark 2-volume set retains its traditional place as the world's most comprehensive reference on all aspects of hand surgery. A multitude of leading authorities describe a complete range of operative techniques (both open and arthroscopic) while also offering broad clinical perspectives. Over 4,000 superb illustrations and exhaustive reference lists complement this resource's state-of-the-art guidance.
  • Highlighted sections throughout the book provide anatomical insights and showcase the contributors preferred surgical methods.
  • New and greatly increased coverage explores the latest techniques for wrist and elbow arthroscopy, microsurgery, and external fixation for limb lengthening.
  • Expanded discussions address conditions such as epicondylitis, thoracic outlet syndrome, neuromas, infections, and heterotopic ossification.
  • New contributors for many chapters provide a fresh look at traditional topics.

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