Handbook of Fractures, 2/e
By Perry, Clayton R. and Elstrom, John A.
Fracture management is fundamental to Orthopaedic practice. This book's easy-to-use format helps diagnose, classify, and most importantly, manage the fractures and ligamentous injuries most likely to be seen in clinical practice. Organized by anatomic region, the text enables the user to form a diagnosis based on physical and radiographic findings, then focuses on the basic principles of fracture management using an array of superb line drawings and X-rays. Chapters cover the anatomy surrounding the fracture, various possible mechanisms of injury, classification of fractures, clinical evaluation, indications and treatment (operative and non-operative), results, late complications, and summary/reflections.


DOI: 10.1036/0070486247

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Handbook of Fractures, 2/e
Author(s): Perry, Clayton R. and Elstrom, John A.
ISBN: 0070486247
DOI: 10.1036/0070486247

Format: paperback, 399 pages.
Pub date: 15 Dec 1999
Copyright: 2000
$39.95 US
Product Line: McGraw-Hill Professional

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