Contemporary Surgical Management of Fractures and Complications, 2-Volume Set

Contemporary Surgical management of fractures complicationsBy

  • Asif Ilyas MD, Program Director of Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery Fellowship, Rothman Institute, Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
  • Saqib Rehman MD, Director of Orthopaedic Trauma, Temple University Hospital, Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

This book Contemporary Surgical Management of Fractures and Complications offers comprehensive coverage of modern surgical fracture management as well as in-depth explanations of how to avoid and manage complications. Many of North America’s foremost authorities in the field of orthopedic trauma surgery have provided not only the latest in surgical techniques in fracture surgery but also their pearls and tips in managing the complications in a step-by-step fashion. Examples of common complications discussed include nonunion, deformity, instability, infection and neuropathy. Each chapter is also generously illustrated with clinical cases and high resolution color images. The goals of this book are to clearly describe the indications for surgery, provide appropriate surgical techniques, present tips for achieving good results, and offer an extensive case-based discussion on how to manage select complications. This textbook will be a useful addition to your library and that you will use it for years to come.


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  1. Dear admin! Can I request this book: “Contemporary Surgical Management of Fractures and Complications: Volume 3: Pediatrics”.
    Thank you!

  2. sir the link down for the above book, thank you

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