Disorders of the Shoulder: Diagnosis and Management, Volume 1: Shoulder Reconstruction, 3rd Edition Retail PDF

Disorders of the Shoulder diagnosis and management reconstructionByJoseph P Iannotti MD, PhD, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH Gerald R Williams Jr., MD, Professor, Jefferson Medical College; Director, Shoulder and Elbow Center, Rothman Institute, Philadelphia, PA

Designed to address all aspects of shoulder reconstruction, this volume in the Disorders of the Shoulder series provides complete and practical discussions of the reconstructive process—from diagnosis and planning, through surgical and nonsurgical treatments, to outcome and return to functionality.

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Comprehensive coverage addresses all aspects of diagnosis and operative management of  recurrent or irreparable rotator cuff tears, complications of instability surgery, arthritis, stiff shoulder, shoulder arthroplasty and hemiarthroplasty, management of bone loss, and more… Authoritative Guidance from acknowledged leaders. Luminaries in the field discuss the evidence on which they base their decision-making and operative strategies. Step-by step depictions of procedures in full color Detailed Approach makes this the ideal resource for shoulder specialists,  orthopedic surgeons with an interest in shoulder disorders, orthopedic residents and fellows, and rehabilitation professionals.Download
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Step by Step® Reading Pentacam Topography (Basics and Case Study Series)

Author: Sinjab Mazen M

This book, Step by Step Reading Pentacam Topography, deals with pentacam topography. Corneal topography initially gained prominence in the sphere of refractive surgery for the main purpose of excluding potential candidates for RK or LASIK due to sub-clinical keratoconus. As technology developed, corneal topography developed into a therapeutic corneal tool when the data was used to drive topography-guided photorefractive keratectomy (PRK). In this book, the comparison made among the three most popular diagnostic devices in chapter one is of most importance; it informs the reader about the principles in general and specifically. Chapter four presents a thorough clinical approach of the refractive surgery candidate. The importance here stems from its relevance to the systematic methodology to study the case as a whole.

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