Hand Surgery, Volumes 1-2

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Richard A. Berger, Arnold-Peter C. Weiss
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2004 - Medical - 2800 pages
Edited by rising stars in orthopaedic surgery, this book is written by internationally recognized experts in hand surgery. The book begins with a basic science section on pathophysiology of the hand, wrist and forearm. The rest of the two-volume book then follows a progressive organization from the most common problems to the least common problems of the hand. Implements a practical approach by containing a chapter on the principles of portal placement, and features over 700 full-color illustrations. Section topics covered include radiographic imaging of the hand, wrist and forearm, avascular necrosis of the carpus, forearm injuries, tumors, and much more.
 

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Contents

Thumb Reconstruction 1663
1
Basic Pathology of the Hand Wrist
3
Reconstruction of the Spastic Hand 1055 Mark S Cohen
60
Fingertip and Nailbed Injuries 1101 Michael Sauerbier
81
Crystalline Arthritis
97
Basic Pathology of the Hand Wrist
247
Acute Injuries of the Distal Ulna
297
Anesthesia in Hand and Upper
315
Principles of Hand Therapy 105
355
Extraarticular Fractures of the Metacarpals 139
381
Intraarticular Injuries of the Distal and Proximal
392
A FiftyYear Overview of Wrist Instability
461
Perilunar Injuries Including Karen L Carney and Nancy GriffinReed
511
44 Tennis Elbow 799
533
Shaft Fractures of the Radius and Ulna
577
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Radiographic Imaging of the Hand Wrist
335

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