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The second edition of Synopsis of Spine Surgery uses a succinct, easily accessible outline format to present the latest diagnostic and management techniques for a range of spine problems. The book opens with review of general principles, including anatomy, surgical approaches, the physical examination, imaging and diagnostic testing, biomechanics of the spine and instrumentation, and the physiology of bone grafting. In the chapters that follow, the authors share their clinical expertise on the management of degenerative spinal conditions, deformities, and trauma, as well as on special topics such as tumors, infections, rheumatoid arthritis, seronegative spondyloarthropathies, and pediatric spine disorders.



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  • Succinct outline format speeds reader through review
    of the goals of treatment, evaluation, classification of injuries, diagnosis,
    prognosis, indications, surgical treatments, and nonoperative treatment
    options, including pharmacologic intervention

  • Precise line drawings aid comprehension of surgical
    approaches and techniques

  • New chapters cover biological implants and motion
    sparing devices

  • Annotated bibliography provides reader with key
    references for further study

  • Handy portable size is ideal for busy physicians on the
    move



Synopsis of Spine Surgery will enable
orthopedic surgeons, spine surgeons, neurosurgeons, physiatrists, pain
management specialists, and trainees, residents, and fellows in these
specialties to optimize patient care. With its concise, easy-to-read format, the
book is ideal for residents preparing for their annual in-service examination.
It will also help medical students prepare for spine surgery rotations.


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