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  • Edition: 2 2016
  • Details: 558 pages, 150 ill., Paperback (Perfect Binding)
  • ISBN: 9781626231634
  • Media Type: Book
  • Language of text: English

US$ 99.99*

Media Type: Book

Product information Handbook of Spine Surgery

An updated edition of the most comprehensive guide to spine surgery

Handbook of Spine Surgery, Second Edition, is a completely updated and comprehensive reference that distills the basic principles of contemporary spine surgery. Its coverage of both principles and techniques makes it an excellent refresher before surgery or a valuable daily companion for residents and surgeons caring for patients with spinal disorders.

Key Features of the Second Edition:

  • New chapters on adult degenerative deformity, pediatric scoliosis and radiographic principles of deformity
  • Expanded spinal trauma section now includes separate chapters on cervical, thoracolumbar, and sacropelvic injuries
  • Common clinical questions (with answers) at the end of each chapter highlight topics frequently encountered in the operating room and on board exams
  • Easy-to-read bulleted format

The second edition of this handbook is the go-to guide for all those involved in spine surgery.

, Completely updated and comprehensive reference that distills the basic principles of contemporary spine surgery. Its coverage of both principles and techniques makes it an excellent refresher or daily companion. The most comprehensive go-to guide - Reliable, quick reference that distills the most relevant information in spine surgery practice - Surgical Pearls tap into the insights and experiences of master surgeons - Common Clinical Questions highlight topics frequently encountered in the operating room and on board exams - Helpful Appendices put useful information on positioning, selected spinal orthoses, and scales and outcome measures at the busy clinician‘s fingertips New - Chapters on adult degenerative deformity, pediatric scoliosis and radiographic principles of deformity - Expanded spinal trauma section now includes separate chapters on cervical, thoracolumbar, and sacropelvic injuries