Spinal Deformities: The Comprehensive Text

Ronald L. Dewald
Thieme, 2003 - 861 páginas
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Here is the first book to bring basic and clinical science together in the
challenging field of spinal deformities. A renowned team of international
authors provide the "soup-to-nuts" information you need, demonstrating not only
how to stop progression of a deformity, but also how to quickly and safely
correct it.

Beginning with an introduction to surgical anatomy, the book covers
physiology, pharmacology, neurology, radiology, instrumentation, surgical
techniques, complications, and more. It provides vital details on every aspect
of spinal deformities from degenerative disc disease and neuromuscular scoliosis
to fusion techniques and revision surgery.

Special features of this encyclopedic resource:

  • State-of-the-art approaches to clinical evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation from a "who's who" of
    leading experts
  • More than 1,000 high-quality illustrations demonstrate all
    surgical procedures
  • Detailed, in-depth analysis of everything from anatomy and
    pharmacology to biomechanics and anesthesiology
  • Endorsed by the world's leading scoliosis/spinal
    organization, The Scoliosis Research Society

This book is the "bible" for treating spinal deformities that every orthopedic surgeon,
neurosurgeon, and resident needs. Take advantage of this single-volume text that
contains all the facts and information necessary to successfully manage spinal

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House Clinic, Los Angeles, CA, USA

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