Making the Diagnosis in Orthopaedics: A Multimedia Guide
Description of Making the Diagnosis in Orthopaedics
Comprehensive and written in a simple, to-the-point style, the brand-new Making the Diagnosis in Orthopaedics: A Multimedia Guide combines physical diagnostic techniques with related radiographic imaging to help you address a variety of injuries and disorders in adults and children. Each section focuses on a specific anatomical area—such as the knee, shoulder, hip, spine, and others—and goes in-depth into the physical exam, important radiologic findings, and suggested treatments.
- Edited by two University of Virginia medical system orthopaedic surgeons with extensive experience and expertise in diagnosing orthopaedic disorders.
- Presented in four-color format with more than 500 illustrations to illuminate the visual aspect of the latest interventional techniques.
- Includes up-to-the-minute content for diagnosing disorders and injuries, such as scoliosis, in both adult and pediatric patients.
- Ebook contains an expansive video library of step-by-step demos of the latest, most effective diagnostic physical exam techniques.
- Ideal for any practitioner—from orthopaedic surgeons to family physicians to chiropractors—who encounters patients with a musculoskeletal disorder.
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