Principles and Techniques of Spine Surgery
Howard S. An
Williams & Wilkins, 1998 - Medical - 799 pages
Both residents and practicing orthopedic surgeons will appreciate this reasonably priced text on all aspects of spine surgery. Complete coverage is included on adults and children; and both surgical and non-surgical management techniques are featured. The material is organized into six sections: Principles and Diagnostic Tests, Pediatrics, Trauma, Degenerative Disorders, Adult Deformities and Miscellaneous Disorders, and Procedures and Instrumentation.
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