Making the Diagnosis in Orthopaedics A Multimedia Guide (EPUB)

Making the Diagnosis in Orthopaedics A Multimedia Guide (EPUB)

Edition

1st

Format

EPUB

ISBN-10

9781496381125

Language

‎English

Publisher

Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

$24.00

5/5
Description

Making the Diagnosis in Orthopaedics A Multimedia Guide (EPUB)

1.1.Description

The newly released Making the Diagnosis in Orthopaedics A Multimedia Guide offers a comprehensive and succinct approach to diagnosing a range of injuries and disorders affecting both adults and children.

Edited by two highly experienced orthopaedic surgeons from the University of Virginia medical system, the guide focuses on specific anatomical areas, providing an in-depth exploration of physical diagnostic techniques, relevant radiographic imaging, and recommended treatments.

With over 500 illustrations in a four-color format, the guide visually elucidates the latest interventional techniques. The accompanying ebook features a vast video library demonstrating step-by-step diagnostic physical exam techniques.

Suitable for various practitioners, from orthopaedic surgeons to family physicians and chiropractors, this resource equips professionals to effectively diagnose musculoskeletal disorders using up-to-date content, including conditions like scoliosis in both adult and pediatric patients.

 

Making the Diagnosis in Orthopaedics A Multimedia Guide (EPUB)

Making the Diagnosis in Orthopaedics A Multimedia Guide (EPUB)

 

1.2.Key Features

The key features of “Making the Diagnosis in Orthopaedics A Multimedia Guide” include a comprehensive and straightforward writing style, a focus on specific anatomical areas, an in-depth exploration of physical diagnostic techniques and related radiographic imaging, and suggested treatments.

The guide, edited by experienced orthopaedic surgeons, presents information in a four-colour format with over 500 illustrations, providing a visual understanding of the latest interventional techniques. It covers the diagnosis of various injuries and disorders in adults and children, offering up-to-date content, including conditions like scoliosis.

The ebook includes an expansive video library with step-by-step demonstrations of the latest diagnostic physical exam techniques. This resource is designed for practitioners across disciplines, from orthopaedic surgeons to family physicians and chiropractors, facilitating effective diagnosis of musculoskeletal disorders.

 

Making the Diagnosis in Orthopaedics A Multimedia Guide (EPUB)

Making the Diagnosis in Orthopaedics A Multimedia Guide (EPUB)

 

Summary

“Making the Diagnosis in Orthopaedics A Multimedia Guide” is a comprehensive and visually rich resource edited by experienced orthopaedic surgeons. Focused on specific anatomical areas such as the knee, shoulder, hip, and spine, the guide combines physical diagnostic techniques with relevant radiographic imaging.

With over 500 illustrations in a four-colour format, it provides a detailed exploration of the latest interventional techniques and up-to-date content, including the diagnosis of conditions like scoliosis in both adult and pediatric patients.

The ebook includes an extensive video library offering step-by-step demonstrations of contemporary diagnostic physical exam techniques. Ideal for practitioners across disciplines, from orthopaedic surgeons to family physicians and chiropractors, this guide facilitates effective diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders.

 

 

 

 

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