Ultrasonography for the Upper Limb Surgeon
Description détaillée : Ultrasonography for the Upper Limb Surgeon
It also highlights the growing awareness of the potential of this non-invasive and portable, real-time imaging tool, which has led to its inclusion in the minimally invasive toolkit of upper limb surgeons.
What is the content of "Ultrasonography for the Upper Limb Surgeon" ?
The book is divided into five parts – shoulder, elbow, forearm, hand and wrist and fingers. Each part focuses on a particular anatomic region or joint, carefully analyzing the sonoanatomy of its nerves, tendons and bones. For each region, experienced experts illustrate how to perform specific techniques under ultrasound control, ranging from classic procedures, like carpal tunnel release, to the treatment of less common conditions.
Covering all the basic and practical aspects of this innovative, multi-disciplinary approach, as well as future perspectives, this unique book is a must-read for all orthopedists, radiologists, sports physicians and physiotherapist wanting to gain insights into this promising field.
Who are the authors of "Ultrasonography for the Upper Limb Surgeon" ?
Thomas Apard is a European Board certified hand surgeon specializing in ultrasonosurgery in Versailles, France. In 2012, he developed an ultrasonography diploma course for orthopedic surgeons in France. He published a book on ultrasonography in orthopedic surgery in 2016, and is the author of more than 21 articles.
Jean-Louis Brasseur is a radiologist with 30 years of experience in sports medicine and ultrasonography. He serves as a consultant for the Olympic games, the Paris SG football team and the French National Institute of Sport. He is the author of over 20 books and more than 39 articles.
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