Campbell's Operative Orthopaedics, Volume 1

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Mosby/Elsevier, 2008 - Medical - 4899 pages
The most trusted and widely used resource in orthopedic surgery is back in an all-new four-color design, providing you with exceptional visual guidance on more than 1,800 operative and minimally invasive procedures. Totally revised and updated, it encompasses all of the very latest procedures, techniques, and instruments so you can offer your patients the best possible outcomes. Drs. S. Terry Canale and James H. Beaty along with 22 other authorities from the Campbell Clinic present encyclopedic, in-depth coverage of the field, superbly organized for efficient access.

  • Access the most effective and advanced surgical solutions with step-by-step authoritative guidance on the full range of surgical procedures.
  • Select the most appropriate procedure for a given patient, examining several different approaches for the treatment of each clinical problem.
  • Handle every aspect of a full array of musculoskeletal conditions from diagnosis to management of complications to surgical indications/contraindications to post-treatment strategies.

  • Tap into exceptional visual guidance with an all-new four-color design, including highlighted anatomical structures intraoperative photographs and arthroscopic views.
  • Gain rapid access to techniques using a bulleted list of procedures in the Operative Techniques section.
  • Perfect your technique with a DVD of new video clips of the very latest procedures such as total joint arthroplasties minimally invasive procedures and arthroscopic procedures.
  • Make informed diagnostic and surgical decisions with expanded coverage of diagnostic imaging.
  • Solve a full range of clinical problems with a new concise, consistently organized, full-color format.

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