Navigating the Adult Spine. Bridging Clinical Practice and by Avital, Dr., MD Fast, MD Goldsher Dorith
By Avital, Dr., MD Fast, MD Goldsher Dorith
This seriously illustrated introductory textual content covers crucial medical, radiological, and administration issues in taking care of the sufferer with backbone difficulties. either citizens and practitioners will locate the publication basic yet distinct adequate to appreciate the character of the patient’s proceedings, diagnose and deal with universal difficulties, and, most significantly, establish these sufferers in danger who require an early referral to a backbone specialist.
Key good points Include:
• transparent, scientific descriptions of the most typical spinal disorders
• counsel in correlating key neuroradiologic findings with the complete scientific photograph for exact diagnosis
• hundreds of thousands of scientific "pearls," tables, and radiologic photographs that sharpen medical acumen
• An emphasis on early analysis and well timed referral for a positive prognosis
Navigating the grownup backbone is a special specialist device for citizens in physiatry, neurology, and orthopedic surgical procedure, in addition to for execs in these fields who desire a fast and trustworthy refresher on universal spinal stipulations. For all readers, it is going to improve medical talents and confirm optimum care of backbone sufferers.
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