The Shoulder, Volume 1
Here's the new, 3rd Edition of the 2-volume set universally regarded as the reference on the shoulder. A multitude of leading international authorities present today's most comprehensive, in-depth view of the current state of shoulder practice. They provide a solid understanding of shoulder function and dysfunction...practical approaches for patient evaluation...and balanced discussions of treatment alternativesboth open and arthroscopic, surgical and non-surgical. What's more, two DVD's deliver video clips that demonstrate how to perform a variety of open and arthroscopic surgical techniques.
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