Pathology of Bone and Joint Disorders: With Clinical and Radiographic Correlation
This comprehensive text presents a practical approach to all aspects of diseases of the bone and joints. Emphasizes a team approach to diagnosis and treatment which integrates numerous medical specialties in the various stages of patient care, and stresses conservative management with judicious use of diagnostic tests and treatment procedures. Each disease category has a short historical introduction, a clinical discussion, a radiographic analysis, a description of the histopathology, and treatment suggestions. The text is complimented by the liberal use of photographs, radiographs, photomicrographs, and diagrams.
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