The Shoulder, Volume 1
Charles A. Rockwood (Jr.), Frederick A. Matsen, Michael A. Wirth, Douglas T. Harryman
Saunders, 1998 - Medical - 1341 pages
This 2-volume set is universally regarded as THE reference on the shoulder. Authored by a multitude of leading international orthopedic surgeons and scientists, it provides a comprehensive view of the current state of shoulder practice, along with a wealth of historical background information and bibliographical material. The 2nd Edition includes greatly expanded coverage of instability, the rotator cuff, and arthritis, plus a brand-new chapter on outcomes of shoulder surgery. Additionally, there is a CD-ROM that accompanies the book containing illustrative material not in the text.
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