MasterCases in Hand and Wrist Surgery
Textbook surgical education usually follows a predictable format involving fairly
in-depth descriptions of various pathologic conditions including etiology, pathophysiology,
symptomatology, diagnostic procedures, conservative management, and
surgical treatment. Although there is variation in the emphasis different books place
Adrenal Glands: Diagnostic Aspects and Surgical Therapy
- Over 200 exquisite illustrations, ranging from intraoperative photographs, line drawings, diagnostic images, pathology slides, tables and graphs are available to make each case discussed comprehensible and easy to follow.
- Traditional and novel therapeutic recommendations are introduced and the latest developments in...
Imaging of the Sternocostoclavicular Region
The sternocostoclavicular region often presents diagnostic challenges for both the clinician and the radiologist. It is commonly involved in rheumatologic disorders, sometimes with pain referred to areas distant from the joints. This potentially can lead to delayed diagnosis. In addition, the region is difficult to visualise by conventional...
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