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Reconstruction surgery and traumatology vol 21 new techniques of osteosynthesis of the hand principles clinical applications and biomechanics with special reference to external minifixation


, : Reconstruction surgery and traumatology vol 21 new techniques of osteosynthesis of the hand principles clinical applications and biomechanics with special reference to external minifixation. Schuind, F And F Burny Reconstruction Surgery And Traumatology, Vol 21 New Techniques Of Osteosynthesis Of The Hand: Principles, Clinical Applications And Biomechanics With Special Reference to External Minifixation Ix+156p S Karger Ag: Basel, Switzerland; New York, New York, Usa Illus Ix+156p

This monograph provides very important information on the anatomy, biomechanics, and principles and techniques, such as external minifixation, for the proper treatment of fractures to the hand. Those interested in the advanced care of fractures and complex injuries of the hand will find this a useful reference source. This monograph opens with an introduction and then discusses the surgical anatomy of the hand, the basic principles for treatment of hand fractures, the techniques of closed treatment and of osteosynthesis, external minifixation biomechanical considerations and surgical techniques, and the study of 516 external minifixators implanted at the hand. This monograph ends with a general discussion and conclusion. Black-and-white photographs and other illustrations display surgical techniques and hand problems. Tables and many references also appear throughout this book.


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