General Principles of Children's Orthopaedic Disease has been written to give orthopaedic practitioners an easily accessible and concise description of disease and conditions encountered in the practice of pediatric orthopaedic surgery. This book discusses how children grow, how to measure this and how to decide whether development falls within normal parameters. It is important not to over-investigate, but, if necessary, which tests and imaging should we choose? We consider how best to look after our patients in hospital, out-patients departments and at home. This leads us to consider problems outside the norm, including the more generalised bone and cartilage disorders, most now genetically determined. The book concludes with chapters on infection, arthritis and that most emotive of topics, the tumours of childhood.
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Titolo: General Principles of Children' s Orthopaedic Disease
Autori: Benson - Fixsen - Macnicol - Parsch
Editore: Springer Verlag
Finitura: Copertina flessibile