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Shoulder & Elbow Trauma pdf
While certain elbow and shoulder fractures were previously not surgically treatable, new implants have revolutionized therapy procedures in this field. Shoulder and Elbow Trauma, a technique-oriented textbook, explores this emerging diagnostic method with exacting attention and authoritative insight, distinguishing it as the first of its kind to specifically address this particular management of elbow trauma. Key features: - Foreword by Charles Rockwood, pioneering developer of the globally used shoulder replacement system - Editorial comments provide you with additional techniques to enhance your scope of clinical information - Each chapter includes step-by-step instructions on how to perform an operation to ensure that you enter each procedure with confidence - Exquisite illustrations map out the individual stages of each surgical process - Tips and Pearls impart the insight from leading experts in the field - Every chapter features a section on complications, allowing you to prepare ahead of time for potential challenges during surgery Orthopaedic surgeons, traumatologuists, shoulder and elbow surgeons, and physical therapists will find the wealth of astute observations to be a tremendous asset when treating a patient. It is also an ideal review for residents.
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