Textbook of Orthopaedics, Trauma and Rheumatology - Humanitas

Textbook of Orthopaedics, Trauma and Rheumatology

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ISBN: 9780702077296
Published: 2020
Publisher: Elsevier
Language: English
Format: Paperback / softback
Format: 9.69×7.44
<p>This textbook for medical students covers orthopaedics, trauma and rheumatology integrated into one volume. It offers both core information regarding what the student needs to know about these specialties and an extensive series of cases with questions and answers that illustrate the thinking behind common everyday practice. The book offers a standardised approach to history taking and physical examination, and the elevant anatomy, highlighting the reasons for the different approaches within each specialty as required.</p> <p>The First Edition of this textbook was the winner of the prize for New Edited Book at The Royal Society of Medicine & The Society of Authors' Medical Book Awards.</p><ul> <li>Provides a comprehensive overview of musculoskeletal medicine and surgery perfectly tailored for the busy medical student</li> <p> <li>Illustrated in full colour throughout </li> <p> <li>Succinct coverage of essential topics helps aid understanding whilst avoid unnecessary detail thus saving time </li> <p> <li>Uniform style of chapters throughout allows readers to easily scan through for the information required </li> <p> <li>Useful summary boxes outline the main points of each condition including aetiology, pathology, epidemiology, clinical features, investigations, management and prognosis </li> <p> <li>100 interactive online case histories with questions illustrate the range of clinical problems that students will encounter during their clinical placements.</li> </ul><ul> <li>A comprehensive update of the therapeutics in all chapters.</li> <p> <li>Includes a section on the newer genetic and epigenetic aspects of rheumatic diseases</li> <p> <li>The section on investigations includes updated images as well as cover newer diagnostic tools such as CCP.</li> <p> <li>A new combined approach to regional injuries in both adult and children.</li> </ul>

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