The Art of Microsurgical Hand Reconstruction

The Art of Microsurgical Hand Reconstruction

By: David J. Slutsky (editor)Hardback

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Silver winner in 2014 IBPA Ben Franklin Awards! Written by leading hand surgeons from around the world, The Art of Microsurgical Hand Reconstruction is a visually detailed, content-rich atlas packed with all the step-by-step procedures surgeons need to successfully perform both tried-and-true and cutting-edge techniques in microsurgery of the upper extremity. This sophisticated atlas covers more than 50 specific procedures that beginning microsurgeons as well as more experienced surgeons will want to add to their arsenal to stay competitive in their practice. Key Features: Includes new concepts and innovative techniques, many of which are written by the originator of the procedure Stunningly detailed,side-by-side color photos and line drawings guide readers through each step in a procedure Free online access to 23 videos that demonstrate specific surgical procedures in the book Takes a tissue-specific approach to upper extremity reconstruction Procedures emphasize: Indications, Contraindications, Examination and Imaging, Relevant Anatomy, Pearls, Pitfalls, Surgical Technique, Outcomes, and Variations This detailed surgical atlas, with its sophisticated and comprehensive collection of procedures, is the modern clinical reference that hand surgeons will repeatedly refer to in the course of their clinical practice.

About Author

Hand and Wrist Institute, Torrance, CA 90503Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781604067767
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 504
  • ID: 9781604067767
  • weight: 1756
  • ISBN10: 1604067764

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