¿1. Principles of Fractures and Polytrauma.- 2.The Shoulder Joint.- 3.The Arm.- 4.The Elbow Joint5.The Forearm.- 6.The Wrist joint.- 7.The Hand and Fingers.- 8.The Thumb.- 9.The Pelvis.- 10.The Hip joint.- 11.The Thigh.- 12.The Knee joint.- 13.The Leg.- 14.The Ankle Joint.- 15.The Foot and Toes.- 16.The Cervical Spine.- 17.The Dorsolumbar Spine.- 18.The Sacrum and Coccyx.- 19.Scoliosis and spinal deformities.
This book has been written by established Orthopedic Surgeons who have become dedicated specialists within their particular subspecialty. They have contributed by writing highly detailed chapters that educate the reader with the basic science, accepted fundamentals and most recent trends within the full range of trauma management in orthopedics. It is intended that this well illustrated and highly informative text book to provide orthopedic surgeons in training with comprehensive and relevant core knowledge on all aspects of trauma management orthopedics, and will become an essential guide for surgeons in training, providing step by step approaches to performing initial diagnosis, surgical procedures and post operative management. ¿
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Practical and relevant guidance according to the most recent advances in the field aid by reinforcing the reader with the essential background nformation
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