Descrizione Review of Orthopaedic Trauma, Second Edition, embraces the full scope of adult and pediatric trauma care in one convenient resource. The expertly written and abundantly illustrated text emphasizes material likely to appear on board and training exams-presented in an outline format that is perfect for exam preparation or review of new and emerging topics. Look inside and discover: convenient outline format organized by anatomic region allows quick access to essential information; core content includes background epidemiologic statistics, diagnostic techniques, treatment options, and management of potential complications; compact size makes Review of Orthopaedic Trauma an ideal first resource for residents, interns, and practicing physicians seeking to further their understanding of orthopaedic traumatology; and exam focus emphasizes the material likely to appear on the In-Training Examinations, Self-Assessment Examinations, and ABOS Certification and Recertification exams. New to the second edition: broadly updated chapters incorporate the latest advances in trauma management; and reconceived artwork with over new illustrations boosts visual learning of key aspects of injury and treatment.
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Includes bibliographical references and index. Emphasis is placed on material likely to appear on board and training exams. An easy-to-use outline is provided for rapid access, exam preparation, or review of new and emerging topics. Brinker, Mark R. Bone and Bones—injuries. WE ] However, the authors, editors, and publisher are not responsible for errors or omissions or for any consequences from application of the information in this book and make no warranty, expressed or implied, with respect to the currency, completeness, or accuracy of the contents of the publication.
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The expertly written and abundantly illustrated text emphasizes material likely to appear on board and training examsandmdash;presented in an outline format that is perfect for exam preparation or review of new and emerging topics. Review and ;andquot;This is a concise, comprehensive, and user-friendly review of orthopedic trauma that provides an up-to-date and state-of-art approach to the injured patient. It is careful to give extra attention to those areas that are most commonly covered on exams. Surgical approaches and potential complications are succinctly described. It is a very good reference and review resource, and differs from most other trauma books by not overburdening readers with subtleties, nuances, and personal opinions. It is a worthwhile addition to the orthopedic library, particularly one frequented by residents. The expertly written and abundantly illustrated text emphasizes material likely to appear on board and training exams.
Review of Orthopaedic Trauma by Mark R. Brinker (2000, Paperback)
Includes bibliographical references and index. Emphasis is placed on material likely to appear on board and training exams. An easy-to-use outline is provided for rapid access, exam preparation, or review of new and emerging topics. Brinker, Mark R. Bone and Bones—injuries. WE ]