By David L. Hamblen, Hamish Simpson
This broadly revised and redesigned variation of Adams's vintage textbook on orthopaedics celebrates its fiftieth yr in print. Renown for its transparent, entire and concise account of the topic the book will attract undergraduate, postgraduate and trainee surgeons alike.
- New version of an across the world revered and winning textbook of orthopaedics.
- offers succinct useful assistance on exam of the limbs and backbone - specially priceless for examination applicants.
- offers updated surgical treatments in addition to conservative healing procedures for orthopaedic conditions.
- hugely praised by way of reviewers for its transparent and lucid textual content, and for its logical category of orthopaedic stipulations.
- A new writer crew encompasses a expert contributor on imaging techniques.
- The sections on scientific tools and diagnostic strategies were increased particularly, these on new imaging modalities.
- Includes contemporary advances in minimum entry surgical procedure.
- Includes elevated assurance of hip surgical procedure, spinal surgical procedure and reconstruction.
- Includes a dialogue of the function of genetics within the prognosis of bone disorders.
- A revised, two-colour web page layout now suits that of its sister name define of Fractures.
- The prolonged paintings programme now contains extra line drawings, new radiographs, MRI and CT scans.
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