Problems in Hand Surgery - Solutions to Recover Function
Descriptif détaillé : Problems in Hand Surgery - Solutions to Recover Function
Providing surgeons with technical pearls to overcome these challenges is the primary focus of Problems in Hand Surgery: Solutions to Recover Function by internationally renowned hand surgeons Michael W. Neumeister and Michael Sauerbier, and an impressive group of contributors.
What is the content of "Problems in hand surgery" ?
Organized by 29 sections and 90 chapters, this comprehensive book focuses on secondary hand surgeries to optimize hand form and function in patients with challenging trauma- and disorder-related hand issues. Among the many topics addressed are problems associated with nonunion, malunion, dysvascular limbs, trauma-related degenerative changes, stiffness, tendon dysfunction, joint disruption, nerve injury, neuropathy, vasospasm, fractures, and osteoarthritis.
- Unique approaches for stiff fingers, recurrent cubital tunnel and ulnar neuropathy, suboptimal bone healing/avascular necrosis in the hand and wrist, and more
- High-quality videos provide insightful guidance on various surgical techniques
- Over 1,100 color illustrations and preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative images help readers visualize the steps involved in each operative procedure
The extraordinary clinical tools in this step-by-step surgical resource will help orthopaedic surgery residents and experienced orthopaedic and plastic surgeons manage difficult cases and achieve optimal patient outcomes.
This book includes complimentary access to a digital copy on https://medone.thieme.com.
Who are the authors of "Problems in hand surgery" ?
Michael W. Neumeister, MD, FRCS(C), FACS : Chair and Professor, Department of Surgery, Chairman of the Division of Plastic Surgery, Hand Fellowship Program Directo, SIU School of Medicine, Springfield IL, USA
Michael Sauerbier: Chair, Professor Frankfurt, Hessen, Germany. Plastic And Reconstructive Surgery